Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that aside from a hefty dose of improbability, there's little to worry about in this tween-friendly comedy. Sure, the teen characters' lives are a little too sanitized, and even relatable woes like the pressures of school and dating are hardly cast in a realistic light, but overall the show is full of lighthearted fun that's not likely to be misinterpreted by media-savvy tweens. Parents may take issue with how the guys always seem to get their way with the adults around them, but it's doubtful that any of their extreme stunts would have similar outcomes in the real world.
Some flirting and ogling among teens, but it's all very mild, and there's nothing physical. Both girls and guys are occasionally shown in swimsuits.
Occasional name-calling, as in referring to someone as a "jerk."
The show presents a sanitized view of teenage life and the cutthroat music industry, but the teens must dedicate themselves to their art in order to succeed. The series tackles relatable topics like school-pressure woes.
Most of the show's original songs are available for download.
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