A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Growing up and becoming independent are themes, but family is still very important. Making it in Hollywood is hard, too.
Positive Role Models
Chase and Savannah are privileged and sometimes clueless, but are basically decent people who love each other and their family.
Violence & Scariness
Arguments are more funny than angry. Some insult hurling.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Some innuendo, including some suggestive gestures and comments. Occasionally people are seen in skimpy bathing suits or, in the case of men, shirtless.
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Contains words like "hell," "damn," “a--hole, and lots of bleeped curses.
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Products & Purchases
Apple phones visible, but the logos aren't prominently displayed.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
There’s not a lot of references to alcohol, but some casual drinking.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Growing Up Chrisley is a spin-off of family reality series Chrisley Knows Best. It has the show's trademark southern charm combined with Todd Chrisley's always blunt humor and dry quips. Like its parent series, there's lots of bickering and bleeped cursing, and some sexual innuendo, but plenty of love expressed between family members. Apple phones are visible.
Is It Any Good?
This quirky Chrisley Knows Best spin-off boasts lots of orchestrated family antics to play up laughs. Chase and Savannah, who are now in their early twenties, behave like fish out of water in Los Angeles. There's lots of bickering between the two, but they siblings real affection for their parents and their grandmother. Meanwhile, Nanny Faye is fun, but it's the scenes featuring Todd Chrisley and his trademark humor that make up the best parts of the show. If you're a Chrisley fan, you might find it fun to tune in, but Growing Up Chrisley just isn't as fun as the original.
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