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Parents' Guide to

WAGS Miami

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Wives of sports stars do their thing in unoriginal reality.

TV E! Reality TV 2016
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A Lot or a Little?

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

Community Reviews

age 18+

Based on 1 parent review

age 18+


I've watched the two seasons expecting to find something interesting and guess what, the complete opposite was thrown into my face. What a disgrace to all WAGS. This is just a show about money and fame hungry women who behave like seventh graders even in their relationships. They fight over the pettiest things and I cringed at the part where one of them said "I don't wanna go too hard on Kayla but I wanna show her that I ain't the one", like seriously?, you've got to be kidding me. How could grown women like these fight over something as little as a debate cause from what I heard Kayla had just point a fact out during an argument on their previous dinner which is not worth for a backlash. And Hencha!, the girl that's angry with Claudia because she allegedly "stole" her man. This is a clear sign that these women underestimate their boyfriends and husbands, I mean nobody can steal a human being unless they're a child that cannot think for themselves. So with the kind of perception she has, it means she thinks her "man" cannot make his own decisions. I wanted to write a lot on each girl on the show but I don't have time to waste on some of the stupid acts they pulled in the show. So in conclusion, I think this show is definitely not for kids under 18 because kids tend to pick role models on reality TV and this show doesn't have anything to take notes from for children unless you want your kids to grow up to have no self respect or morals in life. Your kids will definitely won't acknowledge things that really matter in life like these women. One thing I like about this show though, is that Kayla is the only one that doesn't think using her butthole like the rest of the flock does.

Is It Any Good?

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

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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