Ice & Coco

TV review by
Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media
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Celeb couple hosts awkwardly appealing talk show.

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Positive Messages

Parenthood, business, pop culture discussed.

Positive Role Models & Representations

Ice-T and Coco are a loving couple on camera.


Occasional references to gangs, violence.


Innuendo, sexy images, some affectionate touching between the couple.


"Hell," "ass," "crap," "bitch"; bleeped cursing.


It promotes the hosts and their various businesses.

Drinking, Drugs & Smoking

References to drinking.

What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Ice & Coco is a talk show that contains some strong language ("hell," "ass," "crap," "bitch”; bleeped curses), innuendo, fondling, sexy images, and talk about pregnancy. There are occasional references to violence and drinking. The overall series is a promotional vehicle for Ice-T and Coco Austin, as well as the various shows and business ventures they're a part of.

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What's the story?

The talk show ICE & COCO stars actor, rapper, and seasoned reality star Ice-T and his wife, reality star and Web personality Nicole "Coco" Austin as they take their reality experience to a whole new level. The former Ice Loves Coco stars share their philosophies about themselves and the world with guests such as Snooki, Tamar Braxton, and other celebs. Segments such as "Ice Is Right" give audiences a break between conversations, and radio personality and announcer Deja Vu fills in the gaps between commercial breaks.

Is it any good?

Unapologetically coarse and frequently risqué, the series offers lots of traditional talk show banter while promoting the quirky personalities of the hosts. The combination results in an awkwardness that's both uncomfortable and mildly appealing. Despite the pair's best attempts, the show is just a bit too rough around the edges to make it family-friendly. But Ice-T and Coco fans will certainly tune in and enjoy their unique relationship and communication style.

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For kids who love happy couples

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