Parents' Guide to

The Montaners

By Gonzalo Jimenez, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Reality show features family of musicians, Christian values.

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Christian faith and family bonding are the central themes of the reality show that also has a lot of staged drama and oversized conflicts to add tension to the story and trap the viewer's attention. The Montaners unsurprisingly features marketing for every member of the Montaner family: Ricardo, his wife Marlene, and their three musician children (Ricky, Mau, and Evaluna) accompanied by their partners (Stefanía, Sara, and Camilo, respectively). But viewers will also see that all the musicians in the family are talented and their affection is genuine and contagious.

Notably, The Montaners shows Latino diversity and champions that we can all live together despite cultural differences: the parents are Venezuelan, the children are Venezuelan raised in Miami, Florida, and married to Argentines (Stefanía) and Colombians (Sara and Camilo). There's an emphasis on Christian values (the family's faith) and on the importance of family bonding, although a religious difference is not an obstacle to the marriage of Ricky to Stef (who's Jewish). The key is love and respect. Perhaps the lack of drama makes The Montaners a bit boring, but it's sure to arouse interest among fans of these popular musicians.

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