Parents' Guide to

Interior Therapy with Jeff Lewis

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Design show is more snarky Jeff Lewis, less therapy.

TV Bravo Reality TV 2012
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Community Reviews

age 17+

Based on 1 parent review

age 17+

Treats people badly

It's bad to show anyone how nasty you can treat people you work with especially on television. This show needs to be more appreciative of their workers and learn how to communicate with them.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say: (1):
Kids say: Not yet rated

Despite claiming to use interior design as a way to inspire homeowners to work on their relationship problems, the main focus of this series is on Jeff Lewis' colorful relationship with his staff, as well as his ability to please his clients. Meanwhile, the real relationship drama comes from Lewis and Polus, whose bickering creates as much drama in the show as the multiple construction mishaps that occur during the redesign.

Jeff Lewis fans will enjoy the ironic (and sometimes snarky) humor featured here, while others will enjoy watching some of his design challenges. It doesn't contain the same amount of voyeuristic guilty pleasures that other relationship-focused reality shows offer, but it's still quite entertaining.

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