A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Spouses put their marriages to the test by exploring extramarital affairs. Things like love, marital issues, relationship problems, etc. are discussed. Sometimes stereotypes about Latino men and women are leaned into in subtle ways.
Positive Role Models
Spouses agree to dating other people, and some have have problems with it than others. The younger singles are aware that they are dating married people; some claim to have mixed feelings about it.
The married women, and most of the married men, are Latino. One married man is Black. The singles are predominantly Latino, but from various races and ethnicities.
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Violence & Scariness
Nothing violent, but there's jealous behavior, some arguing, and crying.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
People engage in intimate or sexual behavior with others. There are blunt conversations about sex acts, etc. Cast members are shown in skimpy, skin-revealing bathing suits, and shown sometimes putting their hands over people's bodies.
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Words like "bitch," "ass," and "hell" and curses like "s--t" and "f--k" are audible in English and Spanish.
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Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Lots of drinking (wine, champagne, cocktails, beer, etc.).
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Love for the Ages is a dating series featuring married couples openly exploring extramarital connections with younger singles in an attempt to determine whether or not they want to stay together. There's lots of mature content here, including strong sexual innuendo, cursing, and lots of drinking. There's also some tearful arguing. The series subtly leans into stereotypes about dating, marriage, and relationships in the Latino community.
Is It Any Good?
This tacky unscripted series raises questions about what makes a strong marriage within conversations about age and sexual experimentation. The married couples, all of whom are in their 30s and 40s, claim that they're participating in the televised experiment in hopes of making their relationships stronger. However, the show's entertainment factor stems from watching these individuals connect with the 20-somethings, and come to terms with the fact that they or their spouses may have feelings (or at least lusty desires) for one or more of them. Adding to the drama is the competitiveness between some of the singles as they vie for the attention of the married man or woman they're interested in. All of this is presented in a swanky setting where people get to wear skin-revealing clothing, drink lots of booze, engage in intimate conversations, and go out on potentially romantic dates. But when you push all of this aside, you'll find that Love for the Ages is about exploring extramarital activities while titillating audiences in the process.
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