A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
It’s a game show where people are competing for money, but also having fun in the process.
Positive Role Models
Tituss Burgess is Black, and contestants are from a broad range of races, ethnicities, educational backgrounds, and singing talent.
Sex, Romance & Nudity
The host offers comments like "looking good in that dress" and other bits, but nothing overtly sexual. Some songs have sexual innuendo-laced lyrics, but the singers do not perform them in sexual ways.
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Curses in song lyrics are not sung, nor are they written out on the screen.
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Products & Purchases
The songs performed are from popular artists.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Occasionally lyrics make references to drinking.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Sing On! is the US branch of a fun Netflix singing competition that has versions throughout Europe. The premise is simple: Contestants sing karaoke mixes of popular songs in hopes of winning cash. Despite some mildly suggestive banter and some sexy song lyrics (most of which young kids won't catch on to), it's family friendly. Songs sometimes make references to drinking.
Is It Any Good?
This lively game show mixes winner-takes-all competitiveness with the fun that comes with karaoke singing. The banter between contestants is upbeat positive, even after they are eliminated. Tituss Burgess' witty and energetic style adds to the overall fray.
Despite an occasional, mildly suggestive reference, Sing On! isn't particularly edgy. But it's lighthearted atmosphere is what makes it worth watching. It's hard not to tap your toes to this one, and some viewers may even find themselves dusting off their old karaoke machines and belting out a few tunes.
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