Parents' Guide to

Miami Social

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Young Florida socialites take superficiality to new lows.

TV Bravo Reality TV 2009
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Miami Social offers little more than a voyeuristic opportunity to watch narcissistic, self-absorbed young adults talk about themselves and each other. Like most reality shows of this kind, dating and relationship issues are front and center. But some of the cast members' banter about their own looks -- and the looks and style of others -- is so superficial and obnoxious that you have to wonder whether it's being staged for the cameras.

While some viewers may find the cast's self-importance and conceit morbidly fascinating (if not exactly entertaining), overall the show is pretty boring. You may find yourself wondering whether this is what the cast of The Hills or NYC Prep is going to look, act, and sound like 10 years down the road. Bottom line? These folks may be part of Miami's social center, but as far as good entertainment goes, this show misses the mark by a mile.

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