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I must admit, after the first episode I thought it had potential, but was intrigued by the real or fake issue so went with real! I think I maybe wrong, and the whole keep you guessing thing is quite silly really, if it is real, then oh dear lord such an embarrassment, if it's not well err see the previous sentence. For me, I liked the first episode showing the twin sisters, it was kind of good versus bad, but the second episode seemed to cap it all off for me...It has no distance. If you watch both episodes back to back it will make sense, notice any difference?! I also thought some of the supposed realistic issues were so far beyond realism that I did actually cringe.
I have to be honest, a week ago I would have rated this an eight, now its lucky for a four. Not only that, I have been far too willing to trust the Whalberg name with some of the successes that have been had, but this is down in the pits with blue bloods (which I will always stick to my opinion with, it only succeeds because of Tom sellecks name on the show) and some of the other stuff the Wahlbergs have tried.
Please, you had your fun singing, give us a rest!
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