A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
The series is meant to motivate people to push themselves to reach their full potential.
Violence & Scariness
Obstacle courses require pushing and pulling extremely heavy objects, climbing, running, etc. Some folks take serious hits and fall, but no injuries are visible. Grunting is often heard. Safety gear is worn. Being ill and other life challenges that have led to physical pain and limitations are discussed.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that The Titan Games, hosted by Dwayne Johnson, features physically fit men and women competing against each other in grueling physical challenges that test their strength and spirit. The reward: Cash and the chance to push themselves beyond their usual limits. The challenges are grueling and potentially dangerous, but safety gear is worn.
Is It Any Good?
This high-energy series gives non-professional athletes who take fitness very seriously the chance to push themselves in ways they haven't before. Meanwhile, Dwayne Johnson, who designed the physical challenges, encourages contestants to not give up, and proudly congratulates them when they've pushed their mental and physical strength beyond ordinary limits.
Thanks to the host's supportive attitude, and the contestants' good attitudes,The Titan Games maintains a largely positive vibe. But the overall show doesn't feel particularly original. There's also lots of time spent sharing contestants' backstories. Nonetheless, it's still entertaining, and some folks might even be inspired by it to push themselves to meet their fullest potential.
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