A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Celebrates the art of baking and Mexican flavors and culture.
Positive Role Models
The teams are competitive but still exhibit good sporting behavior. They are also respectful toward each other and the judges.
The cast is Mexican, with people from across the country. LGBTQ+ representation: One featured guest judge is queer.
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Violence & Scariness
People might speak loudly during the fray, and things sometimes fall, but no violence.
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Products & Purchases
KitchenAid appliances are used prominently.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Alcohol is occasionally used as an ingredient.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Sugar Rush: The Baking Point is a Mexican adaptation of the Netflix series Sugar Rush that is available in Spanish with English subtitles or with English voice-overs offered throughout each episode. It's mild and family friendly, and despite some humorous competitive banter, it's positive and fun. KitchenAid appliances are featured, and alcohol is sometimes used as an ingredient.
Is It Any Good?
The colorful and lighthearted baking competition spinoff maintains a fun but competitive vibe as teams attempt to create impressive baked sweets. Like many Mexican adaptations of U.S.-produced streaming competitions, Sugar Rush: The Baking Point incorporates lots of regional Mexican ingredients, flavor profiles, and cultural elements into each baked good while maintaining the overall style and spirit of the Sugar Rush franchise. Those unfamiliar with Mexican cuisine may be surprised by some of the ingredients being used for baked goods, and may not pick up on some of the food-related pop culture references that are occasionally tossed around. But this lack of knowledge does not impede one's ability to enjoy the overall show. If you like baking or baking competitions, you'll find this one entertaining.
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