Parents' Guide to

The Best Man: The Final Chapters

By Monique Jones, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Conclusion of series entertains, has sex, drugs, sexism.

TV Peacock Drama 2022
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This conclusion is great for fans of the original Best Man series; others might be a little lost, because the show expects viewers to have prior knowledge. But The Best Man: The Final Chapters offers all viewers a fun time watching an all-Black cast of characters give examples of Black imperfection, a refreshing example of Black humanity amid the perception that Black characters can only be relatable if they're perfect in some way. You won't agree with the actions of every character, and that's OK, since the show allows the characters to feel realistic and dynamic.

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