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By Brenda Kienan, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Horsey teen soap with life lessons.

TV Freeform Drama 2005
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age 18+

Based on 1 parent review

age 18+

self rightiouse show with out good morals

The First to season were great but last two season seem more cut throat and it so people do what everthey can to destory friendships and to much self rightouse with Dani and some one that use her good looks to get what she wants and she don't care who she hurts in order to get what she wants,. It is alway way more me with Daniand to selfabsorbsed in her self and care about anyone and will go above and byond to ruin someone else life because she think she can what she want and she think she all that and them some. Junior he to much in himself and he alot like Dani he think just because he has money can buy people to get what he wantsand it doesn't matter who get hurt if his supposely best friend get something he wants he and he will go to no end to destory his Friend Matts Family and he like to see his friend burn to ground as long he get what he wants, this is not a show I would want my children to watch,not good vaules at all not even sure why it was shown on uplift tv that suppose have good morels.

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Too much consumerism

Is It Any Good?

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Unlike in The O.C., the melodramatic relationships and frequent smooching in Wildfire are tied together by a storyline that includes many lessons for teens. The themes here -- that everyone desrves another chance, that risk can have reward, that we are not defined by our pasts, and that family and friends pulling together can make a great difference -- definitely make Wildfire worth watching.

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