A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
The complicated nature of marriage, parenting, and break ups are all key themes. Sexism and machismo are also a theme.
Positive Role Models
Ruy and Julia aren't perfect, but they love their daughter, and are trying to do the best for her. Ruy has a reputation for being a womanizer.
The cast is Mexican. Julia and Ruy enjoy an upper-middle class lifestyle, but Idalia comes from a more humble background.
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Violence & Scariness
Arguments are frequent, and there's some occasional stalking behavior that's playe for laughs. Sexual harassment is addressed.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Sexual content includes simulated sex acts, some of which include partial nudity.
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It features lots of Spanish curse words, some of which are accurately translated in the subtitles.
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Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Cigarette smoking, drinking (beer) and drunken behavior visible. Someone gets arrested for drunk driving. Drug use is referenced.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Everything Will Be Fine is a Mexican dramedy series (with English subtitles) that explores mature themes like marriage, divorce, and co-parenting. There's arguing, lots of Spanish curses, drinking, smoking, and drunken behavior. Some episodes feature strong sexual innuendo, partial nudity, and stalker-like behavior. Sexual harassment is also addressed.
Is It Any Good?
This well-written series explores the complexities of marriage, and how difficult it can be when it all falls apart. It shows the different ways that former couples navigate their new situation, and the challenges that come when one moves on from the relationship faster than the other. Meanwhile, it is through the eyes of Andrea, Julia and Ruy's grade school-aged daughter, that viewers can see the impact of her parents' well-intentioned efforts to keep her out of the fray. Everything Will Be Fine doesn't offer easy answers to the very real problems presented here, and it isn't very funny. But it's a solid, engaging narrative that's worth sticking with until the end.
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