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By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 16+

Witness protection reality spoof has some iffy content.

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This reality TV parody offers some mild social commentary about the needless and often irresponsible public exposure that people subject themselves to when they agree to have their daily lives filmed for entertainment. But it's clear that the series isn't meant to be taken seriously, thanks to how ridiculous the actors look wearing ski masks and sounding like garbled robots as they go about their day.

It's all pretty silly, but it does offer a unique brand of humor that folks who like this sort of thing will appreciate. It also has some decidedly mature content. There are constant discussions about being murdered, and people occasionally get killed (though there's no gore to speak of). It also has plenty of strong language and sexual innuendo; all of that adds up to make it age-inappropriate for younger viewers.

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