Parents' Guide to

So Little Time

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Olsen twins star in heartwarming, family-friendly sitcom.

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The cheeky twin cuties who won over fans during their Full House days treat viewers to a double dose of their talent in this likable sitcom. It casts a fairly superficial impression of issues that are more hard-fought in the real world -- including bullying and rebellious behavior -- but that only broadens its appeal for families with younger kids, who also will appreciate the show's striking lack of any iffy content.

One issue So Little Time doesn't shy away from is marital separation. Macy (Clare Carey) and Jake's (Eric Lutes) precarious relationship inspires some jokes that might hit a nerve with some viewers (Jake joins a support group for divorcées and tries to sabotage Macy's date, for instance), but it's their unwavering devotion to their girls that really stands out and will leave an impression on kids who watch.

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