A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
High school is full of highs and lows, ranging from teen romance to peer pressure and competition. Friendship, working towards reaching your goals, and being true to yourself are all themes. Storylines relating to divorce, the death of a parent, and blackmail.
Positive Role Models
Mía is committed to her goals of a great musical career, and is true to her friends. Lupe also has aspirations, but isn’t very nice to people. Some kids can be mean, or try to derail others. Adults don’t always make good decisions.
Violence & Scariness
There’s lots of snarky arguing and some mild insult hurling. The death of a parent is alluded to.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
It has some innuendo, including occasional, vague references to past love affairs between adults, and lots of romantic tensions between teens.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Go! Live Your Way is a popular Argentinian musical teen soap opera. There's some sexual innuendo, as well as flirting, innocent teen crushes, and talk of adult relationships. There's lots of arguing between characters, and both adults and teens don't always make the best choices. Some of the high school personalities on the show are stereotypical, and mature themes include divorce, the death of a parent, and blackmail. All this being said, it should be appropriate for older tweens and young teens to handle.
Is It Any Good?
This Spanish-language dramatic comedy will remind former High School Musical and early Glee fans of the young, good-looking high schoolers singing, dancing, and dealing with teen angst they once watched. Even if subtitles are needed to understand the dialogue, viewers can easily recognize the common student stereotypes and tropes these types of shows are known for, including the bratty, popular kid, the troubled athlete, and of course, the new kid who inevitably challenges the social norms. Like many teen soaps, it doesn't always show kids behaving appropriately, or adults always being the best role models. But despite some mild edginess, Go! Live Your Way contains lots of innocent, entertaining charm for a new generation of music-loving tweens.
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