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Despite its parodic intentions, the series displays a frustrating timidity in critiquing (or even chronicling) the evangelical milieu in which it's set beyond the Monreauxes' material excess and most glaring ethical failings.
[It] will never be confused for Emmy bait, but Fox's new soap - about a flashy and flawed family of Prosperity Gospel billionaires - is a welcome throwback to the type of playful, Spelling-esque silliness that's been missing from primetime for too long.
"Filthy Rich" is a bit of a Franken-soap, seemingly stitched together from pieces of other series. Yet it works, at least kind of, as a guilty pleasure, unabashedly embracing its trashiness with sly wit and reasonably clever twists.