Parents' Guide to

Frankly Faraci

By Jenny Nixon, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Faith-based, family-friendly chat show promotes positivity.

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The feel-good conversations are pleasant enough fare, but there's a one-note quality to the interviewing that can make watching a bit bland. The show's pilot episode features an interview with The Piano Guys, cello and piano-playing YouTube stars turned classical music chart-toppers. The rapport between host and guests is warm and friendly, and the questioning focuses less on their actual music and more on how the twin pillars of faith and family help keep them going. Viewers whose religious beliefs mesh with those of Frankly Faraci's creators will probably find the most value in the show, while others may wish the episodes focused more on the intimate details of the art and careers of the interview subjects and less on the generalized inspirational messages they hope to spread. The content is certainly appropriate for all ages, though younger viewers may find all that talking a bit dry.

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