A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
The series celebrates couples whose devotion to each other has endured the test of time. Families and friends rally in support of the bride and groom and pitch in to ensure that their wedding day is memorable.
Violence & Scariness
No violence, but the couples' stories can get a bit intense and emotional, touching on topics like injury, family crisis, death of a loved one, and war.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Lots of mild kissing, hugging, and other displays of affection.Â
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Products & Purchases
Show sponsors and donors (Nationwide Insurance, for instance) are mentioned by name within the show.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Adults sometimes drink champagne at wedding receptions.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that kids and tweens probably won't be too interested in this reality series, which treats couples who've battled adversity to the wedding of their dreams. Adults and possibly some teens will be touched by the couples' devotion to each other through difficult times -- but be sure to keep the tissues handy for the emotional tales, which run the gamut of injury, family crisis, death of a loved one, and even war. There's some social drinking and mention of show sponsors, as well as plenty of affectionate hugging and kissing.
Is It Any Good?
Raw emotion always makes for good entertainment, and Wedding Day is no exception. The featured couples' stories of devotion are touching and inspiring, and you'll cheer along with their guests when they're finally able to tie the knot in style. The show benefits from an experienced production team responsible for hits like Survivor and Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, and their understanding of the reality TV market is evident. The tales not only draw you in -- they also make you believe in the power of true love.
The show's mild content makes it safe enough for general viewing, but don't expect young kids and tweens to find the heartwarming stories as enticing as you do. But if your teens tune in, you can use the show to spark discussions about relationships, dating, and marriage.
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