I am Georgina Season 2 Review – an empty season that could have been filled with emotional depth

March 24, 2023
Amanda Guarragi 8
Netflix, Streaming Service, TV Reviews
View allNext Episode


Georgina suffered a huge loss and didn’t explore the aftermath, which affects the whole season.

We review the Netflix reality series I am Georgina Season 2, which was released on March 24, 2023.

When it comes to reality stars, many people wonder why certain people even get a series. Sometimes seeing how these people live day-to-day makes audiences resent them even more. It’s hard to find reality stars likable unless they are relatable.

Unfortunately, the life of Georgina Rodriguez is far from relatable. And social media has ruined any form of reality television working because everyone is so easily accessible and posts whatever they want.

It’s interesting to see how people approach these “celebrities” in the modern age because of how unattainable this lifestyle is.

READ: I am Georgina Season 1 Review

It’s also incredibly damaging for young girls to watch these series because they think that’s what life looks like. These women are gorgeous, but most of the time, the money that they have helps change their appearance. The glitz and glamour draw everyone in, but if the lead subject changes from season to season, it can damage their image.

I am Georgina Season 2 Review and Plot Summary

I am Georgina Season 2 follows the life of Georgina Rodriguez. She is married to footballer Christiano Ronaldo, and that is essentially her claim to fame. She became an entrepreneur and model two-fold because of who she is married to.

The first season showed how she started with Ronaldo and was more sweet and sincere than this second season. Because the reality series is doing well for her and her husband has had some allegations against him, this season feels a bit superficial.

Is I am Georgina Season 2 Good?

Even though Georgina went through losing her child, she appeared to be more grounded in the first season. In this season, you can tell that the focus has shifted, and she continues to preach that she has normal problems like everyone else.

It’s hard to relate to her this season because it doesn’t feel grounded.

Watching a show about a model and mother with no real depth to it apart from one emotional episode isn’t enough to warrant a whole season. If you do follow Georgina on social media, you get the gist of who she is and what she does with her family.

There’s almost no need even to watch the series because the boundary has already been crossed.

Of course, it’s important to see what women go through and how serious issues can affect them mentally, but this season did the opposite of that. She almost grazed over her loss because she didn’t want to focus on that. But then, why do a reality series?

She says she wants to show everyone a deeper part of herself but doesn’t connect to other women and mothers who have lost their children.

What did you think of the Netflix Reality series I am Georgina Season 2? Comment below.

More Stories

Find where to watch this and more with our Discovery Tool

Explore Now
View allNext Episode

8 thoughts on “I am Georgina Season 2 Review – an empty season that could have been filled with emotional depth

  • March 26, 2023 at 5:07 pm

    I loved her show even though she didn’t reflect on the death of her son in too much detail I can sympathize with her as the pain is still fresh for her/them. She did a beautiful on reflecting on her past and her charity work. I just absolutely love her and will rewatch it again and agin..

  • March 29, 2023 at 7:31 am

    I just love her and will rewatch both series over and over again

  • March 31, 2023 at 5:15 pm

    I watched Season 1 and loved it. Found Georgina very endearing, relateable and she came across as very humble, I felt like it was a very down to earth rags to riches story. Season 2 I am 20mins in and i’m already bored of the brag fest of how much she has and what their money can get them, fame has evidently gone to her head. She seems like a totally different person this series… its a shame she didnt stick to the humble person I felt she was

  • April 1, 2023 at 7:37 pm

    I feel sorry for her she dealing with unimaginable pain…I’m not feeling this season she seems to be more materialistic but I have to keep in mind that everyone handles grief differently I hope she doesn’t lose herself if there’s a season 3 I might watch the 1st episode to see if she if she’s stronger prayers for her and her family

  • April 5, 2023 at 6:52 am

    She is an amazing woman with so many great qualities to her, she is a mother, friend, daughter, and wife. Her main focus is her family and you see her hard work and ambition to be her own person aside from just being CR7 Wife. I don’t think the ENGLISH Translation does her any justice. *also let’s not forget how giving she is*

  • April 5, 2023 at 11:55 pm

    I feel in Season 2 Gio is dealing with intense grief and is possibly more materialistic and not as grounded as in Season 1 . Maybe this is her way of dealing with grief , I just heard she had 3 miscarriages before losing her baby Angel .I admire her for the love she has for her kids and is hands on with the help of her closest friends .

  • April 7, 2023 at 3:18 pm

    I liked season 1 but season 2 has WAY too much obnoxious “darlings” (extended family…) for me.

  • April 28, 2023 at 8:48 pm

    I think she was very real and likable in season 1 but in season 2 it appeared like she was acting out an image. Everything is just about her and her appearance and very very materialistic. As if she is working very very hard to be this perfect instagram image she wants to show… can’t call it a reality show and sincerely hope her life and contacts are more than this picture perfect cause this is so so empty…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.