The Biebers on Watch

TV review by
Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media
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Slow, voyeuristic look at the Beebs' daily life.

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Positive Messages

Marriage, love, spending time together, and open communication are all themes. 

Positive Role Models & Representations

Both Justin and Hailey are newlyweds, get along well, and appear supportive and respectful of each other. 

Violence

Live stream discussions address current events like protests, the covid pandemic, racial injustice, etc. 

Sex

Contains some flirty innuendo, including references to Hailey being beautiful and sexy, but nothing really sexual. 

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Consumerism

The series is a promotional vehicle for the couple and any music that drops during the show. Some product logos aren’t obvious, but clothing labels like Drew and Balenciana (among others) are prominently visible on the their outfits. 

Drinking, Drugs & Smoking

What parents need to know

Parents need to know that The Biebers on Watch is a low-key Facebook reality series featuring Justin Bieber and his wife Hailey at their home in Toronto. Self-shot using GoPro cameras, it offers an intimate look into their day-to-day lives during quarantine. The couple discuss the conflicts they've faced in their relationship, and there’s some very mild flirtatious innuendo, but overall, the series is pretty clean. On occasion, current events like protests are discussed during live stream discussions. 

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What's the story?

THE BIEBERS ON WATCH is a 12-part reality series featuring pop star Justin Bieber and his wife Hailey recording moments from their lives in their Toronto, Canada home. Following the success of Justin Bieber’s YouTube series Seasons, the Biebers use GoPros to capture shared moments between the two and stream them on Justin’s Facebook page. From Justin putting makeup on his wife for the first time, to revealing how Hailey bathes their adopted puppy Oscar, they show Facebook audiences what they’re up to while home. On occasion, they also host live stream discussions with different folks to talk about current events. 

Is it any good?

This reality series offers an intimate and voyeuristic look into the Biebers’ lives while they are quarantining on their Canadian property. The couple reveals how they spend time together, and on occasion have a few on-camera discussions that are a little personal. They also share a few moments with friends and celebrities, often long-distance. Throughout it all, they share some of the wisdom and growth they've experienced together. It’s slow going, but no doubt the The Biebers on Watch will attract a lot of Bieber fans with Facebook accounts. 

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about why the Biebers have a reality show. What is it about The Biebers on Watch that Bieber fans may find entertaining? Does the series feel like a genuine reality show, or do you think parts of it could be scripted? 

  • If you were to shoot a reality series about your life, what would it be like? What kinds of things would you want to share with your audience?

  • Do you learn anything about Justin and Hailey's relationship that could give you perspective into some of the challenges and inconveniences of fame?

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