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By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Darker, edgier Suits spin-off has cursing, innuendo.

TV USA Drama 2019
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F bomb in the first episode

Is It Any Good?

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This show combines political intrigues, legal plots, and uncertain relationships to a create a drama that is darker and edgier than its parent series. Jessica Pearson is strong and not readily likable, but also reveals a sense of vulnerability as she tries to find a way to reconcile her professional life with her personal one. Throughout it all, the series addresses larger social issues, especially as they relate to the deep divides between Chicago's poorer black neighborhoods, and Chicago's history of political corruption. If you were a Suits fan, no doubt that you'll enjoy it. If not, you may still find it entertaining.

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