I just found this on Netflix and looks like I’m late to the party. Lol. I’m only on episode four or five. It’s ok. I just finished Singapore Social, so it’s hard not to compare. This cast seems much more like American reality TV casts. Constantly listing their CVs in conversations. Talking about how wonderful and brilliant they are. Getting overly upset at dumb comments. I’ll finish it out, but hope it gets better.
I don’t really get all the Roby love. He’s nice and friendly, but has serious problems that he doesn’t seem really interested in fixing/changing as much as using it to gain sympathy and attention. It doesn’t help that his friends enable him. Sadly, he’ll eventually hit rock bottom and try to make real changes, just hope nothing too bad happens along the way.
Hanna is insufferable. Narcissistic, self-absorbed, but extremely insecure. And she (along with others on the show) seem to use charity work not really because they care about others but because it gives them attention PLUS provides a shield from criticism. When the others (rightly) pointed out how her clothing line could offend people, she didn’t absorb the criticism but rather turned herself into a martyr.
Chantal is just a basic white girl. Not sure why she’s on the show. Even her “fashion” advice for Hanna was just a basic little black dress. Completely bland and blends in with every other “influencer” out there.
Carlos is my favorite. He seems actually genuine and decent. His family issues sound serious and he doesn’t seem to bring them up to try and gain popularity.
Colu, Kitzia, Shanik and Liz don’t really add much. Colu and Kitzia are way too self involved. It seems like they come from money or know ppl with money, and that led to their “careers” moreso than any abilities they have. Shanik could be interesting if she wasn’t all over the place with what she wants (kids, career, become a singer). I forget Liz is even on the show
It would be nice if some of this people had some humility.