A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
The series highlights some of the major changes young men are faced with when transitioning from a single lifestyle to that of partner and father. It also underscores the importance of balancing work and personal responsibilities.
Positive Role Models
Mario Lopez exhibits a desire to be a good father and partner. Lopez and Mazza are not married.
Violence & Scariness
Lopez is an amateur boxer, and is sometimes shown sparring in the ring (wearing protection).
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Contains some mild sexual innuendo (hugging, kissing). Issues relating to pregnancy are sometimes discussed, including references to the size of Mazza’s breasts.
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Products & Purchases
Brand logos like Apple and Everlast are visible. Los Angeles businesses like Gio’s Boxing Club are also visible.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this series features former Saved by the Bell actor Mario Lopez and his girlfriend preparing for the birth of their child. It is generally positive, but the issues discussed here, like adult relationships, pregnancy, parenthood, aren't intended for younger viewers. A few corporate logos are prominently visible
Is It Any Good?
The reality doc offers a behind-the-scenes look at some of the changes single men are faced with when they are in a committed relationship and/or become new parents. It also highlights the adjustments people must make in order to balance a demanding career and personal hobbies with family responsibilities.
It's pretty mild, and positive, too, thanks to Mario Lopez's pleasant and easygoing personality. But the show isn't really isn't geared towards kids, with discussions about parenting and adult relationships making up the majority of the drama. Nevertheless, teen and adult fans will probably enjoy what they see.
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