Life Is Wild (2007–2008)

TV Series   |  Drama, Family


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A new York veterinarian who moves his family -- his second wife and their two sets of kids -- to his father-in-law's game reserve in South Africa.

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12 February 2008 | acreeation
2
| Hated It
It seemed like a dumb idea from the jump: moving the Brady bunch family to Africa to bond. Africa, of all places. This was like a PBS special where you'll get to learn about a new culture while learning lessons about life in the midst.

This show is like a poor version of 7th Heaven, when 7th Heaven was in its worst and final seasons (after half of their biological children left).

The first episode was mildly interesting. Every episode after literally put me to sleep. The parents were dull. The children were duller.

Perhaps if they focused less on trying to teach a loving lesson, it wouldn't have gotten canceled. Incredibly bad actors also, except the Mom.

But, GOD, what a boring show.

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