Parents' Guide to

Miss XV

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 12+

Mexican teen drama has romance, pop songs.

TV Netflix Drama 2012
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This soapy series combines drama and humor to create a fun story world with young teen appeal. From playing pranks on their high school teachers to trying to get invites to big-time birthday parties, these 15-year-olds navigate life and love. Musical performances from the cast add to the charm. Threaded throughout are some of the issues they face at home, including financial challenges and coping with their parents’ marital problems.

Some of the cultural nuances featured here, particularly when it comes to the significance of the sweet 15 in Latin America, may be unfamiliar to stateside viewers. But Miss XV also contains lots of universal themes that are easy to understand, regardless of the need for English-language subtitles. Young viewers who like this sort of thing may find it worth watching and may even be surprised by how familiar it will feel.

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