Parents' Guide to

Prom Queen: Summer Heat

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Online soap spin-off is racy and violent.

TV Online Drama 2007
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Unlike the original Prom Queen, Summer Heat's focus is more about the strange adult criminal storyline than over-the-top high school adolescent behavior. The show features some violence and suggests the use of torture. These moments are often introduced within a larger context of changing romantic relationships and sexual tension. As a result, the series continues to offer some guilty pleasure while trying to present a vaguely sophisticated (albeit far-fetched) storyline. You can catch up on episodes at the show's Web site; each character also has his or her own MySpace page.

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