Parents' Guide to

Gimme Mo'

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Insightful, mature series raises awareness of teen issues.

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This investigative series paints the teen experience with a fairly broad brush, a forgivable hiccup with respect to the greater intention to raise awareness of some truly serious issues and their effects. The topics Coleman tackles in Gimme Mo' are some of the biggies and obviously generate conversations about fairly mature realities. Some will resonate with your teens' personal experiences, and some may not, so it's important to consider your goal when giving this show the OK. If you're looking to broaden their scope of society's struggles, then each and every episode in this show can generate discussions about social and economic topics that may change the way they see the world. If instead you want to reinforce conversations about issues that relate directly to them, it's best to consider the episodes' themes before tuning in.

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