Zoe Ever After

TV review by Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 14+

Stale comedy has stereotypes, strong language, sexy talk.

BET Comedy 2016

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age 14+

Is Over Acting a thing?

Never got into Brandys show Moesha but, while in quarantine- I decided to give Zoe ever after a try. The characters were a bit stereotypical but I thought Zoe and her handsome handyman could make for a cute romance. Although Ignacio delivered his part very well Brandy fell short due to “ over acting”, not to mention her character was too quick to anger- or assert herself with stereo typical “ I am a strong black woman” tropes. It would be refreshing to see a warm kind black woman portrayed on tv- without her color having to be part of the dialogue.

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