Kirstie Alley's Big Life

TV review by Kari Croop, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 14+

Reality show sells iffy messages about weight, self-image.

Parents say

age 14+

Based on 1 review

Kids say

age 12+

Based on 1 review

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Community Reviews

age 14+
I Lov3e this show but I am a 48 yrs of age female who is a Kirstie Alley fan. As far as children go, it would depend on the individual family to make that judgement. My kids are grown so I can not really say now. I think it is pretty innocent . A few bleeps here and there and once in a while they mention the fact that she used to have a cocaine addiction. Other than that it is a funny and hilarious show. I love the housekeeper Magdelana. She is so gosh darn funny. It is very entertaining. in my opinion.

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