Parents' Guide to

'Til Death

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Tart-tongued take on the institution of marriage.

TV Fox Comedy 2006
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age 17+

Based on 1 parent review

age 17+

This show needs help

Forget telling kids and parents. How about I tell the shows owners. The show's story line is slow. Something needs to breath life back into the show. Also no marketing, Marketing need to get a target group or groups and hit those groups hard, Replace the writers, bring back Kenny periodically, stop with the old out dated obvious attempts at comedy. Your audience has intelligence. An example, a vacuum against a crotch is not funny, being walked in on and it being seen is even more so, not funny. The comedy need to be more natural. In order to be a family show , you gotta add funny kid moments, WITH KID DELIVERING THE PUNCH LINES.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say: (1 ):
Kids say: Not yet rated

'TIL DEATH is a sitcom designed to remind viewers that even when the honeymoon period is long over, marriage can still offer couples the opportunity to find love, strength, and humor in each other. It has its share of sexual innuendo and sarcastic insults (primarily between Eddie and Joy, who do a lot of bickering), as well as some other questionable language. But in between the arguments, it's clear that Eddie and Joy love each other as much as Jeff and Steph do, albeit differently.

At a time when divorce has become commonplace, 'Til Death reminds viewers that strong marriages still exist. They aren't always perfect or pretty, but they still represent two people's commitment to support each another through the highs and the lows ... 'til death do they part.

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