The Twins: Happily Ever After?

TV review by
Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media
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Twins learn to grow up in silly, contrived reality series.

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age 17+
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A lot or a little?

The parents' guide to what's in this TV show.

Positive Messages

It contains mixed messages about what it takes to be an independent, responsible adult.  

Positive Role Models & Representations

The twins are sheltered, self-centered, immature. 

Violence

A few mild disagreements, but jobs often lead to mishaps, falls. 

Sex

Strong sexual innuendo; crude references. Cast shown in bikinis, using the toilet (no private parts visible). 

Language

"Damn"; partially bleeped curses with mouths blurred. 

Consumerism

References to Dr Pepper; lots of Las Vegas spots. 

Drinking, Drugs & Smoking

Drinking (wine, cocktails). 

What parents need to know

Parents need to know that The Twins: Happily Ever After? is a reality spin-off featuring popular twin sisters from The Bachelor franchise. There's some strong sexual innuendo, and despite bleeps and blurred mouths, cursing is partially audible. There's some bathroom humor, too. There are references to consumer goods like Dr Pepper and Las Vegas haunts, and wine drinking is sometimes visible. It contains very mixed messages about what it means to be a responsible adult. 

User Reviews

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Adult Written byMarcia C. April 16, 2017

Why not Focus on productive 24 year olds! There are out there!

This show is another example of lazy, unmotivated young adults. They are so dumb it's ridiculous. Their mom needs to get a life outside of making them pean... Continue reading
Adult Written byChristy T. May 25, 2017

This is my " me " time as a busy single mom for my 2 yr old

Its absolutely hilarious! Keeps me laughing the whole time and I get pissed when its ending! The only thing I enjoy and look forward to and be able to laugh and... Continue reading

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What's the story?

THE TWINS: HAPPILY EVER AFTER? is a reality show starring Emily and Haley Ferguson, a pair of 24-year-old twins made famous from their appearance on The Bachelor. The Ben And Lauren: Happily Ever After? spin-off features the Las Vegas residents trying to figure out how to live independently after their mother demands that they move out of her Las Vegas home. As they get used to the idea that they will have to live independently, they get advice from friends like Laura Bushnell and her fiancé, Ben Higgins, as well as their beloved grandmother on how to do it.  

Is it any good?

This silly and contrived series showcases how a pair of 20-something reality starlets are overcoming their privileged lifestyles by finding employment and cleaning up after themselves. But none of this seems legitimate thanks to their efforts to show how inept they are at things that most people do every day to support themselves. Meanwhile, some of their jobs aren't all that professional.

It's not meant to be taken seriously, and the use of visual effects like emojis throughout each episode serve to highlight this. Some of the behind-the-scenes exchanges with the productions staff are also designed to add some humor. But despite attempts at making the twins appear fun and zany, the sisters come across as immature and spoiled as they play up to the cameras, Rather than leaving you feeling entertained, The Twins: Happily Ever After? leaves you feeling annoyed. 

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about why certain cast members of a specific show get their own series like The Twins: Happily Ever After?. Is it their looks? Personalities? Notoriety? 

  • What messages does The Twins: Happily Ever After? send about being responsible grown-ups? Are the choices that Emily and Haley make to prove that they're adults smart ones? 

TV details

For kids who love reality TV

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