Foursome

TV review by Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 14+

Racy drama series lacks positive role models for teens.

Parents say

age 17+

Based on 2 reviews

Kids say

age 13+

Based on 5 reviews

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age 17+

Relatable

Honestly, I can't stop watching this show. Might seem excessive, but ive watched all seasons more than 3 times now. Every emotion i feel i go to the episode it reminds me of and it helps me get over it because it is real in a way and I relate to most of it. Its actually pretty crazy. I love it tho. Ready for season 4 already.

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Great messages
age 16+

If you find innaprpriateness

Role models, possitive messages: If you are looking for a show that provides good role models for children then this might not be the show for you. Although there are some positive messages, usually concerning teenage sexuality, stereotyping, and self confidence, it's still easy to misunderstand or misinterpret the positive messages for youngsters in this show . Most of the characters are an exaggerated caricature of a stereotype, for example Dakota is the gay and hyper-sexual best friend, Courtney is the "ditzy blonde", Greer is the jealous evil ex-girlfriend. Entertainment value: Most of the humor in this comedy show surrounds the idea of high schoolers being very very inappropriate. If you find that funny then this is your jam. Personally, I enjoyed this show very much, especially the characters Andie and Josh! Recommended?: That depends on whether or not your child is mature enough to understand the deeper messages behind the TV show, and if they are mature enough to know that some potrayals/behaviours shouldn't be repeated (they are for entertainment only). I'd say 16+. Safety: The f word is bleeped out, but the s word is said. There is alot implied sex and sexual innuendos. There is alot of inappropriateness in general.

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