There’s no time for drama or intense competition like we have seen in other similar shows — it allows the audience to relax and enjoy.
Netflix series Nailed It! Mexico season 2 came out on the platform on August 7, 2020.
I believe this is the first time Ready Steady Cut has reviewed a season of Nailed It!. It’s definitely a series that has run away from us in the last couple of years. Our coverage begins with Nailed It! Mexico season 2 and I can see what all the buzz is about.
But one of the main issues is that 2020 is not a great year for baking on social media. The number of memes and photos of something that does not look remotely like a cake actually being a cake is a trend that routinely annoyed people. It annoyed me and I have no idea why — it spurred on this irrationality that I did not expect.
Luckily, Nailed It! Mexico Season 2 does not drive that anger because the process of baking is always an interesting viewing — hence why The Great British Bake Off has excited the imaginations in the UK and the USA. There’s some strange drama that occurs when you see a contestant flap like a mad one over the next phase of creating a dessert.
What I particularly enjoyed about Nailed It! Mexico Season 2 is that the contestants are not professed experts. In fact, they are comically amateur at baking and that’s what makes the program fun and quirky. The judges seem to enjoy when the contestants slip up over a “simple” phase of the baking. And because there is no accolade at the end apart from a simple prize and each episode brings new contestants, it remains fun. There’s no time for drama or intense competition like we have seen in other similar shows — it allows the audience to relax and enjoy.
So I think it’s safe to say that Ready Steady Cut will continue to cover this series in the future.
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