Parents' Guide to

Mrs. Eastwood & Company

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Clint's family reality is mostly positive, but promotional.

TV E! Reality TV 2012
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A Lot or a Little?

What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.

Community Reviews

age 18+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 17+

Great Show!

I like this show as it's not like other "reality" shows. No one is overly made up, drives expensive sports cars or is dripping with jewelry. Dina, Francesca and Morgan seem to be as real as it gets for this type of show. I love it when Dina doesn't wear make-up or Francesca puts her hair up in a clip and calls it done. Morgan is a typical teenager which we all can relate to with the eye rolling or OMG attitude but in the end you can see there's a lot of love in this family. I like the way Dina handled the Hawaii incident with Tyler. Everyone was hurt but in the end they came together and talked about feelings. Even though Dina didn't seem to approve of Tyler she respects Franny enough to try and make it work. What parent hasn't been through not liking the their daughters boyfriend and being concerned. I also like Dina's brother as he's a very concerned uncle and verbalizes mostly constructive things about situations to his sister and his nieces. Every family has disfunction but seeing how this family works through it is insightful and I believe can have a positive influence on the entire family. The Eastwood family is very relatable. They have not lost who they are with what could have turned into something fake and Hollywood. Dina is someone I can relate to as I'm about her age. I could see going out to lunch with her and talking about things that are real unlike other reality TV show mothers. Love this show......Dina lets do lunch! lol

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age 18+

One Percent Stars

If anyone wants to see a TV show starring the 1% this is it. The oldest girl and her boyfriend burning up a 100,000 purse is beyond comprehension. Crummy role models. Not worth watching.

This title has:

Too much swearing
Too much consumerism

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (2):
Kids say (2):

From teenage drama surrounding belly button piercings to dealing with the difficulties of coming out of the closet, Mrs. Eastwood & Company features some mild drama designed to satisfy reality show fans while promoting Dina Eastwood's music venture. It also showcases some of Francesca's efforts to launch herself into the modeling scene.

Despite some arguments and conflicted moments, the overall series is pretty lighthearted, and shows a family that is well-adjusted and loving towards each other. It's entertaining, but when you get right down to it, it's a show that offers a voyeuristic look into the lives of a family whose every day lives wouldn't be particularly interesting if their patriarch wasn't an international movie star.

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