Parents' Guide to

Stewarts & Hamiltons

By Joyce Slaton, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Idle rich live frivolously in reality show dud.

TV E! Reality TV 2015
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When watching this reality dud, a viewer is mainly tortured by one question: Why was it made? Even the most famous of its participants is a star from bygone times; the rest are less has-beens than never-weres, and they're not amusing, bizarre, or charming enough to want to watch. Reality shows demand either entertainingly over-the-top behavior or looks at people so normal we see ourselves in them; this show has neither. Instead, we watch as a bunch of rich people go underwear shopping, employ therapists as "love architects" for their single kids, drive aimlessly around town, attend charity parties, and otherwise comport themselves like members of the idle rich. It's not actually offensive but it's pretty boring and pointless. For reality completists only.

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