Parents' Guide to

Sons of Hollywood

By Sierra Filucci, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 16+

Boring lives of the rich, rude, and semi-famous.

TV A&E Reality TV 2007
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As far as celebrity reality shows go, this one is rather mediocre. Spelling is moderately compelling, and Weintraub seems like he's got some brains, but Stewart is such a whiny little snot that it's unclear who will enjoy watching his immature exploits. In addition to the profusion of cursing, drinking, smoking, and mildly sexual elements, the spoiled-rotten behavior is what puts Sons of Hollywood on the younger set's "skip" list. Mature teens who have the perspective to understand how unusual the guys' lives are -- and that their behavior isn't something to admire or emulate -- might survive a viewing, if they aren't too bored by the extended footage of ordering food at fancy restaurants.

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