Parents' Guide to

Country Ever After

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Faith, health challenges in positive family reality show.

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A Lot or a Little?

What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.

Community Reviews

age 7+

Based on 1 parent review

age 7+

The benefits of living a GODly Life

I am in my 60's and I have 7 grandchildren. Every couple with children that truly loves their spouse and children needs to watch this series. The strength, honesty, their respect for each other, and each other's career, their words of wisdom to their children. This couple is about their family, not just themselves, and I could go on and on. This couple's love for each other and their kids is what every parent should want their child to have. They were so young, but had been through so much. I gotta tell you it made me watch the whole episode from beginning to end, in just one afternoon. The lessons in life are so important to teach our children, and unfortunately sometimes we don't handle them all good when it comes to our kids. This Mom and Dad hit it right every time!!! This show scored a 10 in my opinion. I do hope it comes on again soon. The respect the parents and kid had for the father in-law was just so incredibly wonderful also.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say: (1 ):
Kids say: Not yet rated

This feel-good series features country singer Coffey Anderson -- who single-handedly used YouTube to build a career -- and his wife raising their family while dealing with some tough challenges. But the overall series is designed to be positive, and despite their difficulties, is nearly always upbeat.

The couple doesn't proselytize, but they openly talk about their Christian faith and how it guides them. They are also shown participating in testimony, and other church-related events. Meanwhile, Coffey also talks a lot about the special relationship he has with his fans, and discusses how he reaches out to them. Some viewers may not find this particularly original or entertaining, but if you enjoy uplifting reality shows, Country Ever After will do the trick.

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