A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Healing from past trauma is helpful for moving forward.
Violence & Scariness
Paris refers to her history of abuse at her private boarding school and to being emotionally and physically abused in past romantic relationships.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Paris wears revealing clothing. The pilot makes a reference to a "boob job." There is kissing between members of an engaged couple.
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Curse words range from spoken ("bitch") to bleeped out ("I just figured out who the f--k I was a year ago").
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Products & Purchases
Paris's lavish celebrity lifestyle is on display, full of paparazzi, glamour, and designer labels. A conversation occurs about an Hermes tray given as gift. Paris mentions that wedding dress designers offered her six figures to wear designs. As she struggles to stay focused on planning her wedding, she says, "I don’t know the details, but at least I’m gonna look good."
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
There are scenes featuring casual and social drinking.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Paris in Love is Paris Hilton's latest foray into at reality TV and relevance. A camera crew follows the heiress as she prepares for her upcoming wedding ceremony. Celebrities and consumerism are front and center. Some curse words like "bitch" are sprinkled in, while others are bleeped out. There's not much going on in the way of plot, but the show makes effort to address mental health issues and healing from past trauma.
Is It Any Good?
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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