A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
The contestants exhibit some competitive behavior but also appear supportive of each other. The participants are of various racial and ethnic backgrounds.
Violence & Scariness
Some arguments between contestants. Some smashing of guitars and other instruments.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Some strong sexual innuendo, including some explicit sexual references that are bleeped out.
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Audible language includes words like "damn" stronger language ("motherf----r" and "s--t") is bleeped.
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Products & Purchases
Features music by Rich, as well as classic hits by the featured performers/contestants.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Some contestants are smokers and are shown taking smoking breaks. Visible consumption of alcohol (wine, beer, mixed drinks), generally in social settings.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that while the contestants on this reality series -- six celebrity musicians competing for the chance to record and launch a country album -- are generally supportive of each other, they do argue and occasionally smash instruments. There's also some strong language (words like "s--t" are bleeped out), and contestants are seen drinking and taking cigarette breaks. (Check out our video tip for help talking with your kids about media and smoking.)
Is It Any Good?
Whether they're taking a shot at a dream, trying to reinvent their image, or simply exploring a new music scene, the competing singers look for a way to perform country music with their own signature style. But while they demonstrate a healthy respect for one another's talents, the competition sometimes leads to swearing, strong arguments, and instrument throwing. While this makes it iffy viewing for younger kids, teen and adult country music fans may find the competition intriguing.
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