A description of this series: like it's a chocolate mousse...
This series is quite a tasty chocolate mousse. There is light, fluffy cream on the top, for what we see of the series at first sight. Then, there is a very dark chocolatey bit, for the part of the series that we do not necessarily see at first. The characters are little bits of toffee crunchy stuff at the top. Characters like Sarah, Danny and Dupleci (or however you spell it) are shining, fresh bits of toffee crunchy stuff. Characters like Evan are just slightly plainer. For the setting (Africa), there is a beautiful swirl of milk and white chocolate mousse in the middle. For the plots in each series, there is just a layer of plain chocolate (although it is still quite tasty).
When you eat the chocolate mousse (when you start watching the series) you receive a comfortable, exciting taste, although it may not be the best chocolate mousse you've ever had.
The series, in short, is about a family who go on a holiday to Africa and decide to live there. In each episode there is a chaotic adventure, which takes a while to solve and calm down.
This is for people who like predictable, beautiful TV series which still keep you interested yet you can easily sit back and relax at the same time.
Enjoy your chocolate mousse/"Wild at Heart"! :-)
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