Twitter Really Hates Netflix’s Reality Show ‘Made in Mexico’

Twitter Really Hates Netflix’s Reality Show ‘Made in Mexico’

Because we live in a Trump-era world, some might actually be ignorant enough to believe that all Mexicans are rapists and criminals. In an attempt to change that hateful narrative about us, on September 28, Netflix released Made In Mexico – a reality show that puts young rich Mexicans center stage. Ironically, the subjects of this documentary series appear as superficial, out-of-touch, and privileged as Ivanka and her siblings.

The ironic part is that I actually was craving a show just like Bravo’s Shahs of Sunset , but after the first episode of Made In Mexico I quickly realized that showing Mexicans as the 1 percent is not doing us any favors.

The cast features nine people – all from wealthy families, all fair-skinned, many of them blonde, and all completely consumed with their social media personas. Now you’re probably thinking that’s what most reality shows are made of, but is this a fair representation of Mexicans? It depends on who you ask.

Rich Mexicans ( also known as fresas ) are a pretty common sight in Mexico City, but again it’s not how the majority of Mexicans live. Another constant image seen on the show is of darker-skinned women, domestic workers, raising their bosses’ kids and running their bosses’ households. Hmm. Yet still, I was hooked. Made in Mexico is trash! But I can’t stop watching it… it’s the Mexican version of The Hills I binge-watched the entire series (eight episodes about an hour each), and then the storylines sort of shifted.

Puerto Vallarta News

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