Parents' Guide to

Snooki & Jwoww

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Spin-off is milder than original, but still crass.

TV MTV Reality TV 2012
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Snooki & Jwoww highlights some of the over-the-top behaviors that many MTV reality shows are known for, including endless amounts of sexual references, relationship drama, and partying. But it also underscores the value of a loyal friendship, and the importance of this friendship to both women.

It's milder than its parent series, but its positive messages are often overshadowed by what appears to be (at least on camera) a lack of maturity when it comes to being independent and, in the case of Snooki, having a child. There's not a lot of introspection offered here, but Snooki and Jwoww fans will probably find it voyeuristically entertaining.

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