Parents' Guide to

Twentysomethings: Austin

By Diondra K. Brown, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Fun-loving strangers start new lives; drinking and sex.

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The show embodies the spirit of making the most of life in your twenties, and always trying new things. The housemates of Twentysomethings: Austin define what it means to never judge a book by its cover, as they make unexpected connections and discover similarities and respect for another another that isn't obvious at first sight. The show generally lacks structure and does not equally follow each housemate's storyline. While the overall message may inspire audiences to take chances, and live life to the fullest, it doesn't provide a robust offering otherwise.

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