Parents' Guide to

Paris in Love

By Stephanie Snyder, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Blase reality show amplifies consumerism.

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A Lot or a Little?

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

Community Reviews

age 9+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 2+

Grow up all of you!!! It’s all about money not reality.

I think it’s very childish. Paris can’t make her own decisions. Her mum should butt out and let her and her husband to be make their own decisions. It’s all about money and nothing else. It’s very sad. She doesn’t need so many therapists to make the decision for her or her mum. Grow up all of you!!!
age 15+

Please keep an open mind when watching this

When watching thing please have an open mind. This show made me realize that she's actually human with blood running through her veins just like the rest of us . Who you think ishe is is just a persona. She's really not high maintanance like everyone think she is . She's actually very humble . hER MOTHER AND SISTER IS VERY VERY ANNOYING and they need to realize that it's not about them anymore . Paris now has her own family and need to grow on her own with out her mother and sister thinking she is 15 years old . Cut the cord. Let her go , it hers and carters wedding not anybody elses . After watching this i wish she wouldve gone to a private island just her and carter and get married.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say: (2 ):
Kids say: Not yet rated

Excess and extravagance are a facade for much ado about nothing. At the same time, Paris in Love attempts a little more depth than your typical Paris Hilton reality show. It touches on mental health issues that are relatable to the average person, like healing from past traumas. Other notable details include the dynamic relationship between Paris and her sister, Nicky, and the relief of finally falling in love after so many heartbreaks.

Nonetheless, these efforts at humanizing the larger-than-life Paris Hilton brand are futile against the backdrop of her overly opulent lifestyle. Add to that the fact that nothing much happens in the show, and it's questionable how many viewers will still be tuning in by the time they reach the wedding episode. In the pilot, viewers repeatedly see Hilton sitting down for conversations that go on way too long with members of her inner circle. Paris Hilton loyalists may choose to tune in to catch up on the latest chapter of her life; everyone else will likely want to use their precious time more meaningfully.

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