Parents' Guide to

Fashion Police

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Rivers' fashion critiques sometimes hit below the belt.

TV E! Reality TV 2010
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Community Reviews

age 16+

Based on 5 parent reviews

age 18+

Boot Rivers

This "lady" is the base human I know of. She is cruel, nasty, and sends a message of hate into the world. If I was Giuliani I wouldn't associate myself with such evil. Is the only way Joan can validate herself is by cutting others down. Nothing good will come of any thing she is associated with. Please remove show or her.
age 18+

Take Fashion Police Off the Air

This show is too crude for adults. The language is foul and derogatory toward most stars. Please, whoever decides what airs on TV; take this show off the air. It hurts that woman (by enlarge) speak so negatively about other women and the way they dress, is too ugly, words cannot express the negative feeling that I had while watching this horrible show. Dressing is an individual process; all should be accepted. No person dresses better or worse than another. Is this what you try to teach your children?

This title has:

Too much swearing
Too much consumerism

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (5 ):
Kids say (4 ):

This tabloid/talk show series mixes fashion with humor as the co-hosts share their thoughts about what they think looks good, bad, and just plain awful on well-known celebrities. The panel also highlights some of today's biggest fashion trends.

There are definitely some funny moments, but Rivers' unapologetically biting wit sometimes yields comments that cross the line from being funny to being unkind. Meanwhile, remarks about how much better celebs look when they're skinny also send some iffy messages. Overall, Fashion Police isn't for everyone, but kolks who like keeping up with the latest celebrity style trends will enjoy watching.

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