Parents' Guide to

#RichKids of Beverly Hills

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 16+

Wealthy young adults drink, dress, shop, and argue.

TV E! Reality TV 2014
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From discussions about breast size to the latest designer items the cast members want to buy, much of the content of this voyeuristic show is dedicated to watching women spend money and socializing with their financially privileged peers. But in-between these activities are efforts to organize charitable events and, on occasion, half-hearted attempts to work at a legitimate job and build a career.

The cast isn't completely disconnected from the rest of the world and are fully aware they're living a lifestyle that most people can only dream about. But it's not easy to take them seriously. Meanwhile, outside of being wealthy, it's unclear why they're on a reality show. There's not much here, but viewers who like this sort of thing may find it mildly entertaining.

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