What parents need to know
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this reality series -- which follows former Playboy Playmate/Girls Next Door star Holly Madison as she pursues her entertainment/modeling career in Las Vegas -- includes lots of drinking (champagne, tequila shots, mixed drinks), partying, and occasional wild behavior. Words like “bitch” and “ass” are audible, while curses like “s--t” and “f--k” are bleeped. Occasional nudity (bare breasts, buttocks) is blurred, but there are plenty of unblurred shots of women in skimpy outfits. Arguments among Madison's friends sometimes lead to screaming and yelling, and bar altercations sometimes involve shoving.
What's the story?
HOLLY’S WORLD follows former Girls Next Door cast member/Hugh Hefner girlfriend Holly Madison as she branches out and enjoys her new career in Las Vegas. The former Playboy mansion resident has traded in her ears and tail for the starring role in a popular Sin City burlesque revue called Peep Show. When she’s not busy performing or continuing her modeling career, she hangs out with her friends -- including co-star Josh Strickland, roommate Laura Croft, and assistant/best friend Angel Porrino.
Is it any good?
Like Kendra, HOLLY's WORLD offers viewers a voyeuristic look at former Playmates' post-Playboy life. Here, that includes managing Madison's modeling career while performing regularly on the Vegas strip. Interestingly, much of the show's drama centers on Madison's friends, whose zany and sometimes over-the-top antics make the model seem rather well balanced in comparison.
Viewers might be disappointed by the lack of connection between Madison’s new life and the one she led while living in the Playboy Mansion, but the show still offers some hedonistic fun. Expect lots of drinking and partying, as well as endless images of the reality star posing in bikinis and other revealing clothing. Viewers who like this sort of thing will probably take (guilty) pleasure in watching it.
Families can talk about...
Families can talk about reality shows. Why do celebrities participate in shows about their daily lives? Is it just to cash in on their popularity, or is there something more to it?
Does someone have to be famous to have their own reality show, or do people become famous because of reality shows?