Parents' Guide to

Little Women: LA

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Little people-themed reality has innuendo, drinking.

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age 16+

Based on 20 parent reviews

age 18+

Cancel Terra

The show could be enjoyable EXCEPT every 2 mins. it's a scene with the self centered, obnoxious Terra. It is also disgusting to watch Tonya kiss this witches ass, all the while being thrown under the bus constantly by her BFF. It is equally disgusting to watch the other 2 (Elena & Jasmine) rarely call one of the "executive producers" out on her ish FOR REAL. They should be less "caty" and just be real friends or not. Cut the fake ish and remove Terra from the show.
age 18+

Terra has made lil people look disgusting

This show had me shaking in anger I hate bullying how can they allow this disgusting person on the show. Terra cries because her daughter has issue But guess what it’s never gonna be over for her bad karma will make you pay and it’s gonna hurt you. This might be the reason her kids are paying the price. The show would be better without tera.

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Too much violence

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (20 ):
Kids say (2 ):

Little Women: LA highlights some of the day-to-day challenges that the tight-knit little people community deals with, including coping with stereotypes that come from a history of being featured in sideshows at carnivals and circuses. It also shows some of the challenges that come with navigating a world that is created for average-size people. But the women also discuss how they empower themselves by being proud and unapologetic about their dwarfism.

There are some positive themes here, but they are often overshadowed by the catty interactions among cast members, most of which are a result of their jealous, competitive behavior in their personal and professional lives. The endless discussions about men and relationships gets a little tiresome, too. Some folks may find it interesting or entertaining, but ultimately it's an unscripted series that offers traditional reality fare.

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