Parents' Guide to

Game Changers with Kevin Frazier

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 6+

Great role models exist in stories of helpful athletes.

TV CBS Reality TV 2013
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A Lot or a Little?

What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.

Community Reviews

age 13+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 13+

Be wary of watching with young kids

About halfway through the movie, they talk about measuring erections with collegiate athletes and they are enrolled in an experiment and a penis model is brought out to show them what they would be wearing to sleep. So while it's not a sex scene, the male anatomy is discussed and sexual innuendo around the length of erection is present. There is also quite of bit of swearing from several of the athletes and even one conservationist and interviewed. M*****f****, f***, b***sh*t and sh*t and along with ass are all heard. Unnecessary but not edited out at all.
age 13+

Informative but not kid friendly

I loved the content but was disappointed that the language in the documentary was not communicated. I was watching with my 11 year old son and cringed at the amount of curse words used.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say: (2 ):
Kids say: Not yet rated

What's more fun than watching your favorite baseball player take the field? Perhaps watching him share his passion for community service and helping others. Not only does Game Changers give fans a front-row seat for some inspiring do-good work, it's also an opportunity to see these pros in a more off-the-cuff scenario, and that's always fun. It reminds us that, under those uniforms, they're just regular people who are using the skills they have to do something great, whether it's on the field or in their local communities.

Interspersed with the stories of the pros are other stories that might not otherwise make the news but that are fascinating nonetheless. How are experts working to ensure the safety of young players in contact sports? How can technology help players with disabilities fully partake in their favorite sports? The pros in these fields may not be handing out autographs like the players do, but their work is changing the face of the games in important ways, too.

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