On Basketball Wives, we'll follow the extraordinary lives of 6 women who are best friends as they juggle the success and stresses of building businesses, battling groupies, and searching ... See full summary »
Black Ink Crew: Chicago follows a passionate and ambitious group of tattoo artists and friends through the unforgiving streets of Chicago as they band together to create new identities for themselves, their families, and their business.
Each season, series producers choose a diverse group of seven to eight people in their late teens to mid-20s to live together in a major city. The series presents their spontaneous, ... See full summary »
Alton Williams II,
Do you know that show where all those "classy" ladies fight over the most trivial things? You do? Well then you know this show. Things normal human beings consider problems have no place in this show. Nope. It's all forced drama, and when your problems are intentionally created, they will always come off as trivial and idiotic. But hey, how can you have a show like this without such things? I guess that's the point so yeah, ya got me.
Relationships that bounce around faster than bullets in a rubber room, constant barking at each other, and insincerity, lots of it.
But the saddest thing about this show is that it's been done many times before, and will most likely be done a hundred times more. So it doesn't even have originality going for it.
With so many shows today, that grace us with in depth story telling and character development, I cannot possibly recommend this. It's what I like to call "glamor trash". Nothing thought provoking at all. It's just an excuse to be loud and angry.
All in all, if you are entertained by women with contrived issues, who pull and tug at each other, and drop curses every other word, then it's just what you've been looking for.
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