Still Star-Crossed

TV review by Joyce Slaton, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 14+

Sudsy drama takes up where "Romeo and Juliet" leaves off.

ABC Drama 2017

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Still StarCrossed Fan

This show tells the continuing tale of Romeo and Juliet! This is very educational for the kids to know about the families. Both families have a plague over the houses. Remember when Romeo hurt himself, so did Juliet and the take ended. This show give us the insight of how the plague can be condemned. However, we will not ever know due to ABC pulling the show from under us and not giving everyone a chance to watch it due to most be at work and some go to sleep at the time. The hours were late but yet ABC would keep other shows on the air that is ridiculous and does not make any sense at all.

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