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Euros of Hollywood

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 16+

Reality show with strong vocab, drinking, stereotypes.

TV Bravo Reality TV 2014
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From jump-starting a singing career after divorcing an American husband/manager to working on an American accent to land acting gigs, the people in this small group of Europeans are taking on the LA scene. Some struggle to adjust to not being treated as well as they are at home, and a few reveal some serious challenges, including being forced to leave their families while trying to reach their goals.

Euros of Hollywood follows the formula of most Bravo TV reality shows, which includes superficial arguments, relationship drama, drinking, and lots of cursing. There also are frequent stereotypical references to Americans and different European ethnicities. Those looking for some voyeuristic pleasure will find this satisfying, but if you're not, it's just not worth watching.

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