A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
It showcases how the Kretz family runs their real estate agency, but focuses on how close they are as a family.
Positive Role Models
The Kretzs are a tight-knit French family who enjoy working with each other. Their clients can sometimes be difficult.
Violence & Scariness
Some occasional arguing between members of the family, but nothing violent.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Some of the banter contains sexual content, including conversations about dating and comments about sexual events that happened at some of the properties.
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Occasionally there are some mild insults, like "jerk."
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Products & Purchases
The series is a promotional vehicle for the Kretz's real estate agency, Kretz and Partners. However, they don't say the name of the company, and the logo is not visible throughout the series.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Wine is consumed over meals and during special events. There are occasional references to being hung over.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that The Parisian Agency: Exclusive Properties is a French unscripted series featuring a family-run luxury real estate agency. The pleasant, lighthearted series showcases lots of expensive properties in and around France, but much of the focus is on the family and their tight-knit relationship. There's some occasional arguing and some references to sex in conversation. Drinking is sometimes visible.
Is It Any Good?
The lighthearted and voyeuristic reality series is as much about the Kretz family as it is about their real estate business. In between tours of exclusive countryside chateaus and showings of luxury apartments in the heart of Paris to finicky clients, it offers a glimpse into how they blur the lines between their professional and family lives. They each have their own personalities, and bring different strengths to the company, which leads to some successful real estate transactions as well as inevitable conflicts. Nonetheless, they have a good time working together thanks to the love between them. If you like real estate shows featuring pleasant people and beautiful European spaces and scenery, The Parisian Agency: Exclusive Properties fits the bill.
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