The Family That Sings Together: The Camargos season 1 review – a family music affair

December 10, 2021
Jordan Russell Lyon 0
Netflix, Streaming Service, TV Reviews
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Summary

The Family That Sings Together: The Camargos isn’t going to have you glued to the screen. The dynamic between Zezé and Wanessa is a nice watch, which could be enough to keep you entertained throughout the five episodes.

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Summary

The Family That Sings Together: The Camargos isn’t going to have you glued to the screen. The dynamic between Zezé and Wanessa is a nice watch, which could be enough to keep you entertained throughout the five episodes.

This review of the Netflix series The Family That Sings Together: The Camargos season 1 does not contain any spoilers.

From the get-go, this reality show isn’t going to be to everyone’s personal taste. Frankly, with similar releases such as Justin Bieber: Our World and Everybody Loves Natti, it questions whether audiences are ready for yet another music-based reality series.

In comparison, this stands out from the crowd as it may be of interest to those that are interested in Brazilian music. The reality show itself follows the journey of Zezé Di Camargo and his daughter Wanessa. They work together to collaborate creatively in a manner that Netflix obviously hopes will draw the audience into watching!

But first of all, who are the Brazilian singers Zezé and Wanessa? Well, Zezé is part of the famous Brazilian duo “Zezé Di Camargo & Luciano”. Whilst they may not be known to a worldwide audience, they’ve sold millions of records. Heck, they’ve even had Willie Nelson feature on one of their albums. As for Wanessa, she takes some inspiration from one of her idols Shania Twain and performs in the country, pop, and sertanejo genres. (P.S check out her version of Faith Hill’s track Breathe!) But this time, Zezé and Wanessa aren’t doing it on their own. They’re doing it together!

In a similar fashion to any other standard reality tv show, The Family That Sings Together: The Camargos allows the audience to learn about the family, be that through current troubles, past events, or one-to-one interviews with the family. So, anyone who enjoys that kind of show is sure to find something that entertains them. Much like Everybody Loves Natti, you might be unfamiliar with the leading stars. But, if you’re a fan of music or the creative process behind it, this might just be a fulfilling enough watch for you.

This isn’t going to be the best reality show you watch this week. But with just five episodes that range from 34 to 47 minutes in length, it may just be short enough to enjoy. Not as dazzling as Justin Bieber: Our World, but more homely and warm than other choices available.

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