Set in Pittsburgh's renowned Abby Lee Dance Company, owned and operated by notoriously demanding and passionate instructor Abby Lee Miller, the series follows children's early steps on the ... See full summary »
Tells the compelling stories of people who are battling obsessive behaviors on the verge of taking over their lives. Follow these addicts as they reveal their strange addictions and meet with psychological experts.
I wanna bitchslap each and every one of the adults involved in this. Treating children like this is cruel and literally abusive. I don't even care if 99% of it is staged, it is still absolutely wrong. These people are using their kids for their own agenda. You're all disgusting. The only good thing that could come out of this is the fact that therapists all around the states are gonna get rich. Assuming of course that these "people" have the decency to consult with one.It's at least a pity to see that the US, a vast continent with endless resources, talent, bright new ideas and the means to produce material that can easily have a global reach, is wasting it's time on traumatizing countless children. Including everyone participating in that ghastly show and each person who watched this. This is simply poison which helps in the creation of a superficial and problematic generation. And to anyone out there who can actually enjoy watching more than 5 minutes of these, you all need to see a psychiatrist.
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