A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
The series highlights some of the things that make a modeling agency successful, as well as how hard it is for a model to be successful in the industry. For a modeling show, there's not much discussion of beauty or bodies.
Positive Role Models
Fisher is often off-putting and arrogant, but his ultimate goal is to help agencies be successful in the business and make money for themselves and The Network.
Violence & Scariness
Fisher loses his temper easily and constantly yells and screams at people. Occasionally things are angrily thrown on the floor or destroyed.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Modeling shoots feature young women in sexy bathing suits and other outfits, while male models are often shirtless.
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Words like "ass," "crap," and "hell" are frequently audible; other curses are bleeped, with mouths blurred.
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Products & Purchases
The series is a promotional vehicle for The Network. Models audition for clients like Paul Mitchell, Custo Barcelona, and Tommy Hilfiger. Fashion magazines like GQ, Seventeen, and Vogue are referenced. Non-fashion related brand logos for things like cars and computers are blurred.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Wine is sometimes visible with meals.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this modeling agency makeover docuseries features lots of yelling and iffy language ("hell," "ass"; stronger words are bleeped, with mouths blurred). While the show is mostly focused on the industry side of the business, it also manages to incorporate story lines about aspiring models. The show references fashion magazines like GQ and Seventeen, as well as designers like Tommy Hilfiger. Some modeling images feature women in sexy bathing suits and men without shirts, though there's a surprising lack of discussion about body type, beauty, or other issues normally associated with modeling.
Is It Any Good?
Remodeled highlights what it takes to have a successful modeling agency, including knowing all the details of the fashion industry, preparing models for castings, and keeping bookable models from signing on with their competitors. It also shows some of the pressures that models face when trying to break into the business, like being prepared for constant rejection.
Unfortunately, the parts of the show that focus on Fisher's attempts to "remodel" the agencies suffer from too much repetition and too much unappealing attitude from Fisher. The parts that target new models going on calls to designers are more interesting, but they don't go into too much depth. Still, viewers entertained by the modeling and fashion world will no doubt find at least portions of this voyeuristic look into the modeling world worth watching.
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