Scripted comedy that lovingly satirizes the reality singing competitions that have become a centerpiece of pop culture. When SING IT's executive producer is fired, Stacy Needles' plan to ... See full summary »


Benny Fine, Rafi Fine

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Series cast summary:
Mircea Monroe ...  Stacey 10 episodes, 2016
Mark Jude Sullivan ...  Drew 10 episodes, 2016
Preston Jones ...  Troy 10 episodes, 2016
Laura Nicole Harrison ...  Kali 10 episodes, 2016
Zack Weinstein ...  Luke Crane / ... 10 episodes, 2016
Alex Désert ...  Barry 10 episodes, 2016
Debby Ryan ...  Holli 10 episodes, 2016
Missi Pyle ...  Marcy 10 episodes, 2016
Diana DeGarmo ...  Darcy 10 episodes, 2016
J.D. Phillips J.D. Phillips ...  Freddy 10 episodes, 2016
Scott Rodgers ...  Technical Director 10 episodes, 2016
Diamond White ...  Maisy 9 episodes, 2016
Ace Young ...  Darrell 9 episodes, 2016
Lily Mae Harrington ...  Adeline 8 episodes, 2016
Maxwell Glick ...  Shimon / ... 7 episodes, 2016
James Kirkland ...  Mark 6 episodes, 2016
Leah Lewis ...  Sophie 6 episodes, 2016
Janna Cardia Janna Cardia ...  Catherine - Maisy's Mom 5 episodes, 2016
Drew James ...  Zack 5 episodes, 2016
Karl T. Wright ...  Jon - Maisy's Dad 5 episodes, 2016


Scripted comedy that lovingly satirizes the reality singing competitions that have become a centerpiece of pop culture. When SING IT's executive producer is fired, Stacy Needles' plan to take charge is thwarted with the arrival of newcomer indie producer, Drew. His inexperience and blind passion threaten to off-set the dysfunctional workplace family comprised of duplicitous executives, a rollicking crew, and quirky contestants who are eliminated from the competition each week.

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25 May 2016 (USA) See more »

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En Canta! See more »

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At the end of the opening credits you see all of the contestants and each episode the contestant that was voted off in the last episode is removed from the picture. See more »

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Decent production design can't hide bad character design
4 June 2016 | by Sam CannonSee all my reviews

The best credit I can give this show is that it's probably the most competent and professional of the Youtube Red lineup so far. That's not saying much, though.

The basic premise of this show is that it's a behind the scenes comedy set around a fictional singing competition. This is immediately reminiscent of the show UnReal, which has a similar premise of following a Producer for a Bachelor-style reality show. However, UnReal had some fantastic character design, and some legitimate and palpable drama. The same cannot be said for Sing It! Sing It! is full of deliberately unlikable characters. You are meant to sympathize with the main character who was screwed out of a job she thought was guaranteed to her, but it falls flat when nobody else is sympathetic to her position. That tired cliché of complaining to someone, and the person deliberately misinterprets what is said to make it a compliment.

While I didn't like it that much, at least the Fine Bros. other show MyMusic had interesting characters that had direct commentary on stereotypes associated with fans of different genres of music. That's pretty clever. So far, there isn't as much of that sort of cleverness in here, even though the production design is much better.

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