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¡Nailed It! Mexico

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Mexican counterpart of cooking comedy is funny, suggestive.

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This fun Spanish-language series emulates the popular U.S. series by replicating the original set design and competition rules and some of the episode themes. It also features some U.S.-based judges, including famous baker Sylvia Weinstock, who offers her feedback with the help of a translator. But it also manages to throw some cultural elements into the baking mix, thanks to periodic infusions of local flavors, and iconic themes like piñatas and lucha libre.

Like its sister show, ¡Nailed It! México is upbeat and lively. However, some of the humor is better understood and appreciated by those who speak Spanish, and who understand the cultural nuances associated with the banter. For those who do, it's laugh-out-loud funny. But the goofy heart of the series can be universally understood, as can the comedy of baking disasters. If this is what you're looking for, you won't be disappointed.

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