Parents' Guide to

Private Lives of Nashville Wives

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Tamer than other "wives" reality shows but still catty.

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From a woman working hard to be a country singer to another trying to figure out what to do with herself when her kids get older, Private Lives of Nashville Wives highlights some of the struggles these women face thanks to their spouses' prominent music careers. It also highlights some of the traditional challenges women face when trying to balance their personal lives with their desires to start their own careers.

Although it offers a more polite cast than similar reality shows, it still offers a fair share of catty arguing. But the show's real draw is its Nashville backdrop and the prominent musicians and industry players that these women are related to. As a result, one can't help but wonder if the show is as much a promotional vehicle for their husbands as it is for them.

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