A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Musicians compose songs in this show, modeling creative habits that result in finished projects.
Make music for music's sake. Numbers of views aren't as important as authenticity. Selling out isn't the only choice. Believe in yourself. Believe in your art. Be honest. Supportive friends can help you through tough times. Live your own life. Everyone has a role.
Positive Role Models
The adults in this show change their minds with the wind, or else pressure the young people to do what they say. The young people (teens, twenties) try to follow their dreams and work to overcome obstacles.
Many facets of Brazilian culture are represented in this show: people of European (especially Portuguese) decent, African heritage, mixes of cultures and backgrounds can be seen here. LGBTQ+ characters are featured positively, as are people with facial differences. Girls and young women take leadership roles and are unapologetic about their choices.
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Violence & Scariness
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Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Some drinking among young people and teens (drinking age is 18+ in Brazil).
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that It's All Right is a Brazilian show about musicians. It has some drinking of beer, wine, and champagne among older teens and early twenty-somethings (the drinking age is 18 in Brazil). Characters kiss passionately and hug, but there's no explicit sexual activity. The diverse cast includes people of different backgrounds and ethnicities, as well as positive representations of the LGBTQ+ community. Character strengths include integrity and teamwork.
Is It Any Good?
Talent and creativity meet in this promising but glitchy show set in São Paulo, Brazil. Featuring well-known Brazilian musician Ana Caetano (who plays a character named Ana), the music is downright magic in It's All Right.
But there are inconsistencies in the story that detract from the easygoing vibe. At one point, the show takes an abrupt turn into Spy Kids territory in order to solve a plot conundrum. The ending feels tacked on, too. Nonetheless, families who enjoy romantic series that don't get too mushy can appreciate the creative vibe of this show. The music, the diversity of the cast -- and the smiles -- are a genuine treat.
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Research shows a connection between kids' healthy self-esteem and positive portrayals in media. That's why we've added a new "Diverse Representations" section to our reviews that will be rolling out on an ongoing basis. You can help us help kids by suggesting a diversity update.