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A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Romantic relationships with athletes are hard, come with benefits.
Positive Role Models
Some WAGS follow girl codes, some don't.
Violence & Scariness
Lots of arguing; the occasional brawl.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Strong innuendo, tiny bikinis, thongs; partial nudity (bottoms), full nudity blurred; adultery a theme.
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"Pissed," "bitch"; lots of bleeped cursing.
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Products & Purchases
Local Miami haunts, sports team logos; Chevrolet logo blurred.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Wine, champagne, cocktails, shots; doping discussed.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that the reality series WAGS Miami features the female partners of professional athletes navigating Miami culture. There's lots of arguing, sexual innuendo, partially naked backsides, strong language ("piss," "bitch") and bleeped curses. The stars do a lot of drinking as well. Various Miami locales and sports team logos are visible, but logos for brands like Chevrolet are blurred. Adultery and parenting are often discussed, and sports doping is referenced.
Is It Any Good?
This predictable show stays true to its sister series by starring women who define themselves by their roles as life partners of professional athletes, and work hard to maintain those relationships. Like their Los Angeles counterparts, they too enjoy the perks that come with the lifestyle. But in the WAGS Miami community, it's about honoring the unspoken rules or "girl codes" when they interact with each other rather than respecting social hierarchy.
The athletes' girlfriends talk about their commitment to, and struggles with, their relationships, especially when it comes to concerns about adultery and parenthood. Meanwhile, the single women talk about their desire to find committed relationships with other athletes, Some of these conversations seem to reinforce traditional stereotypes about women, and their need for wealthy men to be happy. There's nothing very original here, but some may find the tabloid nature of the series entertaining.
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