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Crazy Hearts: Nashville

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Over-soaped musical reality with lots of drinking.

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The voyeuristic series offers a dramatic look into the lives of a group of folks who are part of or are interested in the country music industry. While it offers limited insight into how the business works, most of the show's focus is on the various romantic entanglements between them.

Reality fans might like it, and country music fans will most likely be drawn to the music and musicians featured here. But outside of this, and the endless relationship drama, there's not much else going on to make it a worthwhile viewing choice.

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