"Southern Charm" reveals a world of exclusivity, money and scandal dating back through generations of families in Charleston, S.C. The docuseries follows several Charleston singles as they pursue their personal and professional lives while trying to preserve their family names, because just one social faux pas can taint a family's name for generations. Members of the notoriously closed society unlock the gates of their centuries-old homes for a real-life look at how modern-day Southern aristocracy lives. Viewers get a peek at a social scene which is bound by tradition and ostentation unlike any other culture in America, through a group of the city's most charismatic gentlemen and their Southern-belle equals.
The carefully polished images of many great American cities have had to endure the muddy footprints of reality-show exhibitionistas. But not every metropolis has the reputation to uphold that Charleston does. It has held the “Most Mannerly City in America,” designation for nearly two decades. The series, a showcase for a higher-end display of “Jersey Shore”-style debauchery, is so reviled in certain quarters that it has spawned Hate Watch sessions here and wherever displaced Charlestonians gather. Some, including Charleston’s longtime mayor, Joseph P. Riley Jr., refuse to watch it altogether, though he says he receives reports. It is not [the main characters'] love of the city that is being questioned; it is what they do on national television in their beloved city that is.--Jim Rutenberg, New York Times, April 18, 2014
Southern Charm was one of the most popular Tv Shows that year. This was Brian Kestner’s 1st Tv Show. Southern Charm was one of this most popular pieces. You can try similar series like Hart of Dixie, Shahs of Sunset, and Below Deck.