TV review by Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 14+

Shallow reality spin-off filled with silly drama, fashion.

E! Reality TV 2016

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age 18+

Based on 2 reviews

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age 18+

Hmmmm, Yeah, Okay?

Upon viewing the first episode of the show, I felt like it had a lot of potential. However, I have to say at the third episode I realized that there was a fundamental problem with the writing and casting for this program. I am all for a show that not only promotes visibility among the Black Elite Living in America, but also among the LGBT Elite Living in America. Yet, this show fails to deliver a compelling, and engaging storyline that will keep me tuning in to the next season. I would love to say that EJ is interesting, but I find him shallow. THIS SHOW appears to be nothing more than a way for the Johnson kids to flaunt their wealth ( or excuse me their father's wealth). Elise, comes off as a very loose woman who moves around from man to man, because she lacking love. I just think that they could have had a more interesting, educational program given their status as upper class African Americans.
age 18+

Not a children's show

Rich kids, Yes. Role models, no. This show lacks humility, integrity, and respect. I would never want my children to identify with the insensitive and pompous behavior of the cast of characters. It's sad that television can't show more realistic positive role models for the youth of today.

This title has:

Too much sex
Too much swearing
Too much consumerism
Too much drinking/drugs/smoking

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