The newest series of the Housewives franchise adds a unique flavor as the show goes inside this cultural hot spot. The Real Housewives of Miami follows six of the most connected and ... See full summary »
Adriana De Moura,
Six men and six women who are unhappy with their lives arrive at an exclusive tropical resort to "reboot". They learn that they must compete against each other to hold onto this newly-found slice of paradise.
The people on this show represent everything that is wrong with the world - horrific, plastic, shallow philistines. It embarrasses me that this show is on television in Europe because it so poorly represents the US; however, it does represent white trash, middle class superficial values, and maybe that's the point. The people involved probably don't see this, and that's what is so tragic. Their world and what they represent provides zero utility to humanity.
The temptation to rubber neck this societal wreck is tempting, but don't reward those involved. These people have horrible, sociopathic interactions which redefine the lowest common denominator in low brow entertainment. One would be nearly justified in suing those involved for emotional distress after watching an episode as well as losing time never to be regained for a worthy endeavor.
I genuinely hope someone from this show reads this review and takes stock in how their life is horrible, shallow, and generally lowers the bar for society.
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