Parents' Guide to

The Cromarties

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Mild blended sports family reality show has cursing.

TV USA Reality TV 2017
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Community Reviews

age 7+

Based on 3 parent reviews

age 10+


I liked the show and Terrika and Antonio and the kids , until when his son TJ came to visit and Antonio picked him up from the airport in his Lambogini and she said she was jealous because he picked him up and let him ride in it, but he’s never took it out for her. Then she threaten him with sex to get her way. Just because he took the car out for his son who he doesn’t get to see often. And she made it about her and what she want. She has twelve kids and I’m sure her kids get more than TJ and they are def in the home with there Dad. So why would she get jealous of him pulling out the car for his son.. I definitely have a different look for her now.
age 7+


I feel this show is so fake and scripted. If you actually see this family on their Instagram especially the mother. She’s pretty rude and violent with people posting who don’t agree with her

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say: (3):
Kids say: Not yet rated

This mildly fun series features a large family learning how to adjust to their new life together, with varying results. From planning a birthday party to keeping a family budget, Terricka sets the rules, while Antonio gently breaks them. Interactions with the children also create some humorous moments.

The cast is privileged, but they all come across as kind and caring. However, like many unscripted shows, most of the events featured on The Cromarties feel staged for the cameras. Nonetheless, fans of the football player might be entertained by what they find here.

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