Parents' Guide to

I Hate My 30s

By Sierra Filucci, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Silly office parody about emerging adulthood.

TV VH1 Comedy 2007
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Overall, the series is fun and irreverent, touching on some elements of being thirtysomething that will ring true for a certain demographic. But don't look for complex adult comedy as seen in shows like The Office. This is definitely milder fare.

Some teens might be interested in the sheer goofiness of the material, as well as a twisted look at their futures. Several characters play video games during work hours, painting a mostly unrealistic vision of adulthood, although it might appeal to some younger viewers. But mostly the humor is directed at adults and should probably stay in their realm.

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