A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
It showcases El Mago Pop's magic skills, which are designed to misdirect people into thinking that they see certain things.
Positive Role Models
El Mago Pop is easy-going and friendly. The people Antonio Diaz interacts with are from diverse racial/ethnic backgrounds.
Violence & Scariness
Things are sometimes thrown in the air or (seemingly) broken or destroyed.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
There's some occasional mild innuendo that will go over younger viewers' heads.
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There's some cursing (in Spanish), and they are translated in the subtitles.
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Products & Purchases
Brands like Coca-Cola and Jaguar are visible. Funko Pop dolls, skateboard logos, etc. are visible, but not in a promotional context. Occasionally popular Spanish influencers, like YouTuber Cristinini, are featured.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
A glass of alcohol is sometimes part of an illusion.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Magic For Humans Spain, a spin-off of Magic For Humans, features a popular Spanish illusionist known as El Mago Pop. There's lots of strong language in Spanish -- and they are translated in the subtitles -- usually uttered by those he's performing to. There's also some occasional innuendo that will fly over young kids' heads. Things are sometimes thrown or broken as part of a trick. Brands like Funko, Coca-Cola, and others are randomly visible, but not in a commercial context.
Is It Any Good?
This lighthearted spin-off features El Mago Pop performing a range of illusions designed to both fascinate and keep people wondering how they are done. Antonio Diaz's dry humor, albeit more funny in Spanish than in the English subtitles, offers a entertaining edge. The expressions of the unsuspecting people on the street he performs to are also amusing.
Like the original series, the producers insist that the illusions featured on the show are performed without any camera tricks or staged reactions. But what Diaz does in Magic For Humans Spain will have you wondering how he is able to misdirect people enough to perform large-scale tricks. If you like magic with a touch of humor, it's a fun show to tune in to.
Did we miss something on diversity?
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