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A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
It highlights details about Natti Natasha's professional and personal life. Balancing professional and personal relationships, working hard, overcoming challenges, and the importance of family are all themes.
Positive Role Models
Natti Natasha is close to her family and has a very special relationship with her older sister. She wants to be a representative for Latina women around the world, but especially in the United States. Raphy Pina is a committed manager and partner.
Natti Natasha is Dominican, Raphy Pina is Puerto Rican, and a majority of people featured on the series are from Latino communities. Their careers center around Latin music, and Latino performers are featured. Challenges that come with living in the U.S. as an undocumented person are discussed. Some conversations and interviews take place in Spanish (with English subtitles), while others are in Spanglish (a combination of English and Spanish).
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Adults are shown in bed (but not engaging in sexual activity). Performances and other events feature women in sexy, skin-revealing outfits. Conversations about not being able to naturally conceive are had, and pregnancy is discussed.
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Curses in English (like "s--t" are audible). Lots of strong curses are uttered in Spanish.
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Products & Purchases
The series is a promotional vehicle for Natti Natasha's new album as she attempts to cross over into the U.S. market. Her music and music videos are featured in various episodes. Cadillacs and other expensive cars and items are visible. Performers like Prince Royce, Daddy Yankee, and others make appearances.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Champagne and other alcoholic beverages are visible.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Everybody Loves Natti is an unscripted series featuring YouTube Latina singer Natti Natasha and her partner/manager Raphy Pina. It's a promotional vehicle for the singer's music and new album, but also features some positive themes about working hard, family, parenthood, and being a member of the Latino community. There's some drinking, cursing (in English and Spanish), and women wearing lots of skin-revealing outfits for different performances and events. Some Latin music artists are featured throughout. Cadillacs and other expensive logos and brands are occasionally visible.
Is It Any Good?
From promoting her new album, to talking about her (formerly) secret romantic relationship, the voyeuristic unscripted series offers an intimate look at the life of a hard-working Latina singer. Natti Natasha now feels established enough in her career to offer more personal details about who she is as a person, the struggles she's faced throughout her life so far, and the direction her life is taking. Granted, Everybody Loves Natti is a promotional vehicle for her music and upcoming album, which she hopes will lead to successfully crossing over to the English-language U.S. music industry from the Latin music market. But Natasha is also driven by her desire to become a representative for generations of women in the Latino community who have emigrated to the U.S. in hopes of finding a better life, and who have worked hard and shouldered the responsibilities associated with supporting their families in different ways. Fans of the singer, and of popular Latin music, will enjoy the musical performances, some of which feature other popular Latino artists like Prince Royce and Daddy Yankee. But the overall show also serves as a way of introducing Natti Natasha to a whole new audience.
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