Can parents of extremely spoilt teenagers reverse their years of indulging and mollycoddling? Can they fast track their over-protected brats into fully functioning, independent adults using...
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Can parents of extremely spoilt teenagers reverse their years of indulging and mollycoddling? Can they fast track their over-protected brats into fully functioning, independent adults using real life challenges in just a few weeks? We're about to find out... Welcome to "Your Kid" a fresh and bold series where indulgent parents try to fast-track their inept and pampered teenagers into the real world. Eight teenagers who've been waited on hand and foot all their lives will compete against each other in tough challenges set by their parents to drag them kicking and screaming into adulthood. Then their pampering parents will get together to argue, plead and vote on who should stay and who is such a hopeless case they should leave the show. The winner will get the chance to actually, as well as figuratively, spread their wings, with an amazing round-the-world trip, which will mark their big step into the real world. And after a teary farewell to their parents at the airport gate, they'll ... Written by
I started watching this series out of a wim, I knew nothing about it and had never heard of it, until this third series. I'm not a big fan of reality television and find the whole thing quite pointless.
Well then, I suppose this what is known as a guilty pleasure. The show is about a bunch of spoilt teenagers, well young adults, being forced to live on their own. The teenagers themselves are extremely spoilt and some of them are unlikeable. I know I should hate/be disappointed in all of them, but there are one or two in each series I ended up 'rooting', although it was probably just pity, for.
After spending the first ten minutes trying to work out where I'd heard the narrator before, turns out it's Robert Webb, I enjoyed the show.
7/10, although I'd never admit to liking something like this.
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