A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Key themes include coping with loss and loneliness, friendship, and community. Singing and religious faith are secondary themes.
Positive Role Models
Arthur Cochran is difficult, blunt, and arrogant, but also smart, sensitive, and lonely. Ginny is kind and a committed parent. Individual members of the choir have problems (sometimes with each other) but are good people and good friends.
Violence & Scariness
There’s some yelling, arguing, insult hurling. People sometimes stumble and fall, but no one gets hurt.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Some jokes and crude sexual references.
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Words like "crap," "bastard" audible; curses bleeped with mouths blurred.
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Products & Purchases
Features songs originally sung by celebrities like Miley Cyrus.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Drinking (hard liquor) visible, and drunken behavior is shown. A character stops himself before consuming a bottle of prescription pills.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Perfect Harmony is a lighthearted comedy series about a grieving widower who finds a reason to keep living when he starts leading a small-town choir. This sitcom features lots of edgy humor, including some strong language (bleeped curses with mouths blurred), sexual references, and some drinking and drunken behavior. Songs featured are originally performed by celebs like Miley Cyrus; others are sometimes sung by the choir.
Is It Any Good?
The funny series offers lots of laughs thanks to a quirky but extremely likable ensemble cast. Granted, Perfect Harmony's formula isn't particularly original, but the writing is sharp and delivers consistently strong, edgy punchlines and some absurdly comical moments. Yet, it also manages to weave in a few sensitive bits, which makes it more appealing. The musical moments, which range from choir performances to individuals briefly breaking out in song, are entertaining, too.
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