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The Twins: Happily Ever After?

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Twins learn to grow up in silly, contrived reality series.

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A Lot or a Little?

What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.

Community Reviews

age 17+

Based on 3 parent reviews

age 14+

As a mother of blonde twin 14yr old gilr twins.....

This show is freaking hilarious!!! Its funny that people think these young women are ACTUALLY that dumb, but they have harnessed their talent and have made a great brand for themselves!!! The show is so funny and just silly! These ladies remind me of my twins! Lol
age 18+

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 have fun! Ur gonna have haters who r jealous but make it positive! When they bring hate, make hatorade. Screw what ppl say cuz there's a lot worse than two funny twin blondes havn the time of then life while they can enjoy it and being single...hell yeah why not? And Ur not alone u got each other! Hell of a lot better than other reality shows! Keep going girls!!!!

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say: (3 ):
Kids say: Not yet rated

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.

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