A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Dating can be fun and awkward. Looks are important, but not everything.
Positive Role Models
Shep tries to be a gentleman and works to be himself, but is still narcissistic in many ways.
Violence & Scariness
Occasional humorous references to punching people out.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Strong sexual innuendo, ranging from discussions about being attractive to potential sexual encounters. Shep is shown getting dressed, women in bikinis visible.
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"Damn," "a--hole"; occasional curses bleeped.
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Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Drinking (wine, champagne, cocktails) visible.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Relationshep, a spin-off of the Southern Charm reality show franchise, focuses on a reality TV personality's cross-country effort to find a mate. It contains strong sexual innuendo, lots of social drinking, and some bleeped cursing. There are lots of awkward dating moments, as well as conversations about adult topics.
Is It Any Good?
From Los Angeles to New York City, this voyeuristic series features lots of superficial banter and awkward moments as Shep Rose goes on a whirlwind of cross-country dates and then tests a few matches at home. Viewers also get to watch as producers question him about his often narcissistic decisions. While these interviews are quick, they sometimes reveal one or two moments of honest introspection.
Nonetheless, what drives Relationshep is an undercurrent of competitiveness as the women he meets are made to appear as if they hope to be invited to his Charleston home. Meanwhile, there's also the question of who will fit in to his exclusive world, and be liked by his family and local friends. It's an artificial attempt at finding an honest and sustainable relationship, and one that only Southern Charm fans may find entertaining.
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