Parents' Guide to

Made in Chelsea

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Stylish Brit reality has drinking, arguments, and labels.

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The stylish (and highly stylized) British import offers a glimpse into the affluent world of central London, the home of British royalty, high-end stores, and people who can afford to shop in them. While much of what is discussed is superficial, some of these conversations subtly highlight the role that class and pedigree continue to have in British culture, especially among the wealthy.

Made in Chelsea is a little slow compared to most popular U.S.-made reality series thanks to scenes that, while visually well-produced, are so obviously scripted that they feel artificial and forced. The polite arguments between cast members also add less drama than the catfights some American reality shows are known for. But the show still offers lots of voyeuristic guilty pleasure for those looking for an international escape.

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