Parents' Guide to

The Real Housewives of Dubai

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Middle East spin-off is opulent, challenges stereotypes.

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Despite being set in a major international city, this installment of The Real Housewives series offers all the reality entertainment one comes to expect from the franchise. While there are brief mentions of local customs and laws, the diverse group of women, most of whom are living in Dubai as expats, want to challenge stereotypes about living in the UAE by showcasing their ability to build successful careers and their opulent lifestyles. In some cases, they also address how they live independently with their children. But outside of this, the entire production isn't much different from its reality cousins. If you're a fan, you'll take pleasure in the fact that The Real Housewives of Dubai doesn't stray from the franchise's typical story telling approach, and features all the over-the-top content it's known for.

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