Parents' Guide to

It's All Right

By Joly Herman, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Entrancing Brazilian music, some drinking, patchy plot.

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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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