Skrrt with Offset

TV review by
Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media
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Reality show features lots of cars, celebs, and cursing.

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Positive Messages

It showcases interesting car models, vehicular innovations, and professional driving stunts. One episode discusses kids with cancer and the death of a parental figure. Offset helps provide kids with cancer a unique chance to race mini versions of race cars. 

Positive Role Models & Representations

Offset and his friends love cars and meeting other people who love cars. In one episode, he works with the American Cancer Society to provide kids the opportunity to race mini versions of race cars. 


It's not violent, but rubber-burning driving maneuvers are featured in some episodes under professional supervision. Some treacherous driving moments are also discussed.


Curses like "s--t" are audible; stronger curses are bleeped. 


This show is a celebration of all things cars. Ferraris, Chevy, Cadillac, McClaren, Lamborghini, Bentley, Bugatti, other car makes and models from different time periods are featured. Tire brands like Dunlap are also visible. 

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Skrrt with Offset is a reality series that features Migos rapper Kiari "Offset" Cephus looking at and learning about different cars. A wide range of car makes and models are featured, but not in a commercial context. Guests include Chance the Rapper, Cardi B, and Jay Leno.There's some cursing, including "s--t," and stronger profanity is bleeped. One episode discusses illness and death. Supervised professional stunt driving is also featured, but viewers should be reminded to never try these maneuvers at home. 

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What's the story?

SKRRT WITH OFFSET is a reality car series featuring Migos member Kiari "Offset” Cephus. The series features Offset exploring various aspects of automobiles, from working with stuntpeople to learn a few Hollywood driving tricks to partnering with the American Cancer Society to provide kids with a unique chance to race mini versions of race cars. Offset and the various guests brought onto the show demonstrate their enthusiasm for vehicles in a fun and snappy short-form format.

Is it any good?

From the newest and most innovative cars to antique roadsters, this interesting series offers car enthusiasts a chance to indulge in their passion for automobiles. Offset clearly loves learning about and driving different vehicles. Meeting up with friends like Cardi B, Chance the Rapper, and Dapper Dan -- as well as other car experts and enthusiasts like celebrity collector Jay Leno -- adds to the fun and entertainment. If you aren't interested in cars, you won't find much here. But Skrrt with Offset is a worthy watch if you are.

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about the series title, Skrrt with Offset. Did you know that "skrrt" is an onomatopoeia for the sound of wheels screeching? Do you think it's a fitting title for this show?

  • Why are there so few shows about cars that also feature women? Do you think men typically prefer cars and car shows more than women do? Is that idea a stereotype?

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