Parents' Guide to

The Art of More

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Smuggling drama offers thrills, moral ambiguity, violence.

TV Online Drama 2015
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The entertaining series offers a dramatic, behind-the-scenes look at the collecting world, in which the value of procured items increases with the risk taken to get them. While part of the fun is watching how these folks wheel, deal, and auction to make a profit, the eventual consequences of getting those items make for some intriguing and unexpected events. The array of collectibles that motivate these events are also interesting.

A few of the characters, including Tommy, are likable. But ultimately, they're as much the "bad guys" as the smugglers they secretly work with and the collectors they exploit -- a detail that the overall story doesn't let viewers forget. Their lack of integrity and illegal behavior is the driving force behind the show, and one that creates a lot of guilty pleasure for those who tune in.

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