Parents' Guide to

Dirty Sexy Money

By Sierra Filucci, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 16+

Juicy, scandalous family drama isn't for kids.

TV ABC Drama 2007
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With some captivating actors and a juicy, scandal-ridden plot, Dirty Sexy Money is a sort of modern-day Dynasty that's shed its hokey soap opera skin. Besides tracking the Darlings' assorted depravities, the show ponders greater questions about self, identity, and family -- especially how these concepts intersect with money, power, and privilege. Plus, there's a mystery to latch onto: Who killed Nick's father?

Because it has so many adult themes and situations -- including a transgressing reverend and his illegitimate child, the senator and his "girlfriend," multiple affairs, and a cocaine-addicted playboy -- Dirty Sexy Money is best for mature audiences.

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