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Chasing Cameron 

The series centers around Cameron Dallas, a "social media influencer",best known for his Vine videos. The half-hour episodes show Cameron, and Magcon members' road to stardom. Co-stars tour members and Dallas' immediate family members.
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Trey Schafer ...  Self - Singer / ... 11 episodes, 2016
Aaron Carpenter ...  Self 10 episodes, 2016
Cameron Dallas ...  Self 10 episodes, 2016
Bart Bordelon Bart Bordelon ...  Self - CEO, Magcon 10 episodes, 2016
Taylor Caniff ...  Self 9 episodes, 2016
Colby James ...  Self - Magcon MC / ... 9 episodes, 2016
Willie Jones Willie Jones ...  Self - Singer / ... 7 episodes, 2016
Chris Gonzalez ...  Self - Cameron's Friend 6 episodes, 2016
Darrick Landreneau ...  Self - Videographer 6 episodes, 2016
Gina Bannemer ...  Self - Cameron's Mother 5 episodes, 2016
Sierra Dallas ...  Self - Cameron's Sister 5 episodes, 2016
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The series centers around Cameron Dallas, a "social media influencer",best known for his Vine videos. The half-hour episodes show Cameron, and Magcon members' road to stardom. Co-stars tour members and Dallas' immediate family members.

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Hoping this show was produced as a joke
21 January 2017 | by nikkik-57953See all my reviews

I am not entirely sure why Netflix took on this show. I almost hope they did this as a joke to show how ridiculous "MAGCON" really is. The group is essentially made up of slightly above-average looking children who take advantage of the fact that millions of impressionable pre-teen girls around the world are willing to pay just to be in their presence. The fact that they even take themselves seriously is almost humorous, and whenever the camera cuts to interview each of the boys individually, the things they say are so unintelligent and illogical that it's laughable at times. These boys have no idea how to carry themselves professionally, the one kid Taylor is an ego maniac, and the others are just kind of in the background. They call themselves the "talent" but I'm really not entirely sure what talent any of them have other than jumping around on stage while girls scream. I'm not sure how the CEO Bart came into the picture, but he seems like a weirdo who preys on teenage boys' daddy issues. These kids live in a dream world, and this show was essentially just a way to promote themselves even further. Pretty addicting to watch, though, it's interesting to see what these kids view as reality and how preposterous it is.


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27 December 2016 (USA) See more »

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Perseguindo Cameron See more »

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