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A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
The series promotes an anti-hate message as well as a more subtle anti-bullying message, though some confrontations involve physical interactions. That said, it also sends the erroneous message that celebs don't play a role in the way people perceive them.
Positive Role Models
Many of the featured celebs are upstanding and responsible people in private, but they don't always take responsibility for the outrageous or inappropriate behaviors they display in public. Some of the haters are able to move beyond their initial feelings; others are unable to let go of their negative feelings.
Violence & Scariness
Occasional yelling, screaming, and physical confrontations between the celebrity and the hater.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Some celebrities flaunt their cleavage in sexy clothing and bathing suits; men are sometimes shirtless. Some sexual innuendo.
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Words like "douche," "bitch," and "ass" are audible. Stronger profanity ("f--k," "s--t") is fully bleeped with mouths blurred.
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Products & Purchases
Interviews of haters are often shown to celebs on iPads, although the logo isn't shown. Celebs get an opportunity to promote themselves.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Wine and beer consumption visible. References to some celebs' drunken behavior.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this reality show features popular (and sometimes controversial) public figures confronting people who claim to hate them. While passing judgment and hating are treated as negative behaviors, the show fails to address some of the celebs' own public behaviors that have contributed to these reactions. Expect some strong language ("bitch," "ass"; stronger language is bleeped with mouths blurred), some drinking (wine, beer), mild sexual innuendo, and some physical confrontations.
Is It Any Good?
The show takes an anti-bullying tone by holding people accountable for the negative things they say about celebrities. And it offers celebrities the opportunity to show audiences the real person behind their celebrity persona.
Ironically, most of the featured celebrities complain about the judgments that are being made about them, but most also fail to take responsibility for the on-camera behavior and/or obnoxious public persona that has led to these assessments. But if you can get past this, you'll find that the show's anti-hate message is a positive one.
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