Parents' Guide to

Saints and Sinners

By Sierra Filucci, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 16+

Modern-day Romeo and Juliet as trashy soap.

TV MyNetworkTV Drama 2007
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With all of that going on -- plus some Miami drug dealers and a handsome mystery man posing as a priest who seduces Roman's pious sister -- it's clear that Saints and Sinners is an intentionally trashy show. If teens are attracted to the glitzy Miami sets and over-the-top romance, they'll probably understand that the characters and situations are exaggerations of real life. But younger viewers might not be as good at seeing through the hype.

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