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Breaking Amish, Season 1HDTV-14Closed Captioning

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Description

From flying in a plane for the first time to using cell phones and electricity, Breaking Amish will follow this group’s unforgettable roller coaster ride in New York City. Ultimately, they will make the biggest decision of their lives -- to remain Amish/Mennonite or become English (Non-Amish/Mennonite) and face the consequences of being shunned by their family and friends.

Customer Reviews

Fake

This is so not real. The boys don't have Amish haircuts. Amish girls don't wear makeup & have their eyebrows done. Clothes don't look genuine. So disappointed with this show & I haven't even gotten thru the 1st episode.

Breaking Amish

I saw the premiere of TLC's, "Breaking Amish" and I must say the show is just inherently interesting.
There is actually some substance to this show. The idea of packing your bags and going to New York
is pretty intimidating for anyone, let alone someone from their background. I definitely will be watching
the future episodes to see how they handle it all and where they end up. Great show! I highly recommend
it.

"G" in LA

Very cool!

Just watched the first episode and was very impressed! I think this is going to be a real eye opener for many "English"... These young adults are embarking on a fantastic adventure! They are truly risking it all ( loss of friends, family, entire social structure) just to " visit" NYC and experience things that we all take for granted. These kids are really, really special and naive, but also wise beyond their years. I'm really looking forward to this show!