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A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Grace and her guests are fun but there's not much depth behind their chats.
Positive Role Models
Celebs and YouTube stars often guest, some of whom are entrepreneurs and community-builders.
Violence & Scariness
Internet videos feature people tripping, falling, and crashing; on one seems to get hurt.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Contains some sexual innuendo; crude references to body parts.
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Words such as "hell," "tits"; "s--t," "f--k" bleeped.
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Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Shots consumed; lots of references to getting drunk.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that The Grace Helbig Show is a TV adaptation of a popular YouTube channel featuring Helbig and fellow YouTube stars -- it's basically a talk show with some interactive social media features. It has some strong language (curses bleeped), sexual innuendo, crude references, and drinking. There's lots of teen appeal with the focus on social media and chats about pop culture trends, but it's a little much for younger viewers.
Is It Any Good?
In the classic talk-show tradition, The Grace Helbig Show features celebrities answering random questions and promoting whatever project they're currently involved in. It also uses editing techniques and takes advantage of online content to help the series feel more interactive, not unlike Comedy Central's @midnight.
It's more silly than irreverent, and some of what's featured here works better online than it does on television. But Grace Helbig fans will find it funny, and folks who enjoy social media may find it interesting and relevant.
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