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With Love

By Joly Herman, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Show about Latino family talks frankly about sex, love.

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Soapy, a little forced at times, but still charming, With Love is a love letter to the Latino culture that thrives in places like creator Gloria Calderón Kellett's (One Day at a Time) Portland, Oregon. This means that though the Diaz family keeps its traditions, the conversations are very inclusive, sex-positive, and open to new influences. However, there is an explain-y vibe that slows the flow a little. A character's boyfriend explains to the whole extended family what it means to be bisexual, which ends up feeling more like an awkward moment that feels overly earnest. Latin traditions are explained to non-Latino characters in a more seamless way as the show develops. With Love is definitely soapy (how can it not be when there's a hospital setting in play?), but there's warmth, joy, and some good acting that can be enjoyed in this show when its not taking itself too seriously.

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