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Parent reviews for The Real Housewives of Atlanta

Common Sense says

Meet another group of materialistic women, y'all.
Based on our expert review

Parents say

age 13+
Based on 4 reviews

Kids say

age 10+
Based on 6 reviews
Adult Written byMy I. September 23, 2016

Loyal viewer

I love this show. Although most is smoke a mirrors I love this show and the rating show this show is loved. An all black cast and top rated housewives beating out all other franchises. I laugh every episode. I love the different personalities and what they all bring individually. I love to see that getting old doesn't have to be boring. I can still be sexy, still look good, still go out and have fun, and still dress nice.
Adult Written byqttpie2002 June 1, 2012

ATL Housewives

This show has a lot of conflict, however it does have mature resolutions, that tend to settle in a loving fashion. I recommend it for young adults
Adult Written bykarissa1214 November 2, 2009

Good SHow!

It is a goo show, there is some swearing, but when you see wealthy people it may drive you to want to be rich and succcessful.

This title contains:

Language
Positive role models
Parent of a 11, 18+, and 18+ year old Written bymaxfrets November 13, 2008

sad, tacky, ugly, uneducated, narsistist, stupid...

I was so happy that my kids saw the show the same way I did as ugly fat women whose view of life was as narrow and narsistic as humanly possible. Stupid, ugly gold digging women without an iota of class, we first thought it was comedy...my kids said it made them puke; that women would actually parade around that were so fat (I am a black man and have to agree those are some really ugly women, both physically and mentally, and again I was very happy my 3 kids wanted to puke) we watched it once---no more

read a book, go to class, there is so much more to life than shinny objects...it is almost medevil