Parents' Guide to

Singled Out

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Bawdy but more inclusive dating show reboot has sexy talk.

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This risqué series features folks from all walks of life attempting to choose people to date that they believe will be compatible with them. But while Singled Out is a game show, the show is less about winning and more about the humorous, adult-oriented, innuendo-filled banter between contestants, which ranges from light and flirtatious to bawdy. But the overall spirit of the show is positive, and even those who are rejected are encouraged to be kind and loving. It's not meant for kids, but grown-ups who like this sort of entertainment will enjoy tuning in.

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