On its own, it’s not that bad of a reality show. However, it starts to fall a little flat once you naturally compare it to other shows in a similar field. It has the ingredients needed for a gripping performance, but there’s just something missing.
This review of the Hulu series The D’Amelio Show season 2 does not contain spoilers.
You may have seen the first season of The D’Amelio Show, and if you have, the show pretty much stays the same. And this isn’t always a bad thing. In fact, sometimes, when a show doesn’t change itself too much (i.e., Strictly Come Dancing), it does fantastically well. But in the case of this show, it just feels so similar to the previous season that it makes you question what’s the point.
There’s no true worry in the series, nor do they feel the need to be. In the example of Designing Miami, we’re getting to explore how a marriage survives while they both compete in the property market. The same doesn’t apply in The D’Amelio Show, and it’s just a case of the audience watching the show. But what is the audience really watching? Nothing, to be honest.
Saying that, if you’re fans of the TikTok sisters, you might find more to enjoy from the series. The show is clearly designed for its younger audience. So for anyone a bit more mature, this show will grate on you. On the plus side, we meet some other celebrity characters along the way – such as fellow siblings Derek and Julianne Hough. It’s a nice parallel for the TikTok sisters. But again, not the most exciting.
What I’d say about the show is that if you want to follow the drama-free challenges and opportunities that come to Charli and Dixie, go for it! You might end up enjoying it a lot more. There’s nothing really wrong with the show, and the sisters are lovely, but there’s just a lack of drama.
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