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Parents need to know that Sweet Magnolias is a sweet and endearing drama series on Netflix created by Sheryl J. Anderson (Charmed, Ties That Bind) and based off of the Sweet Magnolia book series written by Sherryl Woods that centers on three childhood friends. There are many positive role models who are not afraid to be vulnerable, express their emotions, and show empathy and compassion for others, as well as themes of friendship, women supporting women, and new beginnings. There is no nudity, but there's some adult language that includes words such as "son of a bitch," "ass," and "jerk." There's some light flirting and kissing among adults, and a man is punched outside of a restaurant. The show features many feel-good moments with moral lessons embedded within the narrative.
Sweet Magnolias s01e02
Women uplifting and holding each other up when they need it most never gets old, and Headley, Swisher, and Elliott have good chemistry. Jamie Lynn Spears is really sweet as Bill's pregnant fiancée, Noreen, and the overall casting seems just right. The men in this series are complex and intriguing to watch too. Dion Johnstone as Chef Erik Whitley and Justin Bruening as Coach Maddox are both socially and emotionally mature, and they shine bright in their respective roles. While some of the scenarios are just too good to be true, there's a sweetness and overall positive tone that makes up for the overly manicured scenes. The series tugs at the heart without being too moralistic or prudish. The themes in Sweet Magnolias are relatable, and the scenes are well-written and succinct, though at times a little cheesy. Yet, it works. Sweet Magnolias sheds a beautiful light on Southern culture while keeping it real about the fact that just because a community looks perfect doesn't mean it actually is. 041b061a72