Go! Live Your Way Season 2 Review: Netflix Series Will Not Be The Next Glee

By Daniel Hart
Published: June 21, 2019
Netflix series Go! Live Your Way Season 2 Review


Go! Live Your Way Season 2 is identical to its predecessor in terms of the needlessness to continue this Netflix series.

It’s peculiar how Netflix have started a new habit of releasing a second season close to the first and Go! Live Your Way season 2 is an example of that. A few months after experiencing the mind-numbing first season, the streaming platform believed we had the thirst to see an extension of the story.

But we didn’t, and Go! Live Your Way season 2 arrived anyway, continuing to follow Mia (Pilar Pascual) at the school Go, a dysfunctional education institution that focuses on singing competitions. It’s another run-of-the-mill Netflix series.

The teen drama still bases itself on petty teen issues and adults that are astoundingly behind in maturity. The only difference between both seasons is that Mia is no longer an outcast, and she’s embedded into the social flairs of the school, but there’s still a lot of backstabbing and secrets surrounding the Godmother and the Principal. The Netflix series feels barbarically made up on the spot.

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But like its predecessor, Netflix series Go! Live Your Way season 2 has incredibly bad dialogue and flow between the scenes. Mia and her supporting characters are bright and enthusiastic, but it does not paper over the simplistic storytelling and the needlessness to release this story. It can easily be construed that this is harsh criticism; however, Go! Live Your Way wants to mark itself as the next Glee, which survived several seasons based on engageable developing characters, new ideas and longevity in the story. The Spanish Netflix series is a marathon away from achieving such accolades.

Netflix series Go! Live Your Way season 2 is not challenging to watch. In fact, you could lazy around and view the Netflix series half-hearted and still follow the plot lines, but like the first season, despite the dramas and the influx of teen issues, I wouldn’t be adding this to your thumbnails anytime soon.

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