Parents' Guide to

I Love That for You

By Joly Herman, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Cringey comedy lampooning shopping shows has language.

TV Comedy 2022
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Quick-paced and funny, this show has a big moral question at its core: Does lying about something as big as cancer make someone an irredeemably horrible person? Or are all of us telling lies to each other and to ourselves all the time? The care that has been taken in I Love That for You to tell a story about surviving cancer, while gently ribbing the home shopping network culture, pays off. The lie that the main character perpetuates gathers momentum and becomes its own character; it's the elephant in the room.

This show will make more sense to older teens who have dealt with surviving a thing or two and the moral timeline that's created. Molly Shannon stands out for her precise and spot-on comedic grace -- adults will enjoy the ensemble feel of this quirky show.

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