It has been said several times, but it seems that has not been entirely clear. In times of social networks, each step must take it with extreme sensitivity and care, especially when you opt for to perform “social experiments”. It is enough to remember what happened just a few days ago with Hershey’s and their campaign #HacerElBienSabeBien
Well, now, who got into the shifting sands of Social Media was Netflix with the announcement of his new Reality Show called “Made In Mexico”, which seeks to show what is behind the glamorous lives of nine socialités mexican -Pepé Diaz, Kitzia Mitre, Carlos Girón, Liz Woodburn, Columba Diaz, Chantal Trujillo, Shanik Aspe, Roby Czech and Hanna Jaf – and what it takes to ascend on the steps mexican social.
I AM BACK and with my new family @netflix !!! This will be my first project to the GLOBAL level ! I am very happy to be able to share it with you all. Thank you, GOD, for teaching me q at your side nothing is impossible! Very soon in 190 countries doubled to 22 languages @madeinmexico pic.twitter.com/LCwXp4HDjC
— SHANIK ASPE (@SHANIK_ASPE) August 20, 2018
The announcement was not taken well at all by the users of Social Networks, which added to the phenomena of the series of Luis Miguel and his recent production The House of Flowers, are accusing Netflix of turning into a kind of Televised Version 3.0, in addition to taking the aspects of Mexico less complimentary to his original productions based in our country.
In social networks, hundreds of users dressed to vent their criticisms to the streaming platform on Twitter and many of the comments are not very kind, especially in the sense that they are accusing Netflix of having low sensitivity and promote classism in Mexico, a recalcitrant problem that has resulted in alerts, and calls to conscience in recent years.
Really overwhelmed with what the new reality show @NetflixLAT . Go, we know that the public what they ask for but in a country with more than 50 million mexicans living in poverty is a mentada de madre. The worst (or best?): the exposure to the global level of this. #MadeInMexico
— Ximena Cebreros (@menicebreros) August 21, 2018
Everything wrong with “MADE IN MEXICO”:
– All are White People.
– All are cisgénero, super stereotypes.
– 43.6 percent of mexicans are poor.
– No mexican production on Netflix until the moment represents classes that are not rich. pic.twitter.com/U0cxXTmIlp
— Alan Soria (@8Soria8) August 21, 2018
— Ramza MoonDragon. (@Ramza_online) August 20, 2018
In truth it is a disgrace. Half the country in poverty and Netflix promoting this. #NetflixIdiota
— Dexter Qubert (@Ribbbitt) August 20, 2018
It is not malinchismo, but Netflix Mexico is starting to get every thing in about 5 years, it’s going to become a Televisa or Tv Azteca more. Pity.https://t.co/nEBWwdBNiY
— Oscar Alvarado (@Oscaralau) August 21, 2018
Netflix announces his reality show mexican, with name in English, “Made in Mexico”, where spoiled children make us believe that being rich is not easy.
We wish you all the luck to Freddy Diamond.
And Netflix will tell you, if you would like to see trash, there is already MULTIMEDIA.
I’m Kent Brockman. pic.twitter.com/xCDKGNIOeh
— Kent Brockman (@KentBrockmanMX) August 21, 2018
I’m so 👌🏻 cancel my pinshi subscription to Netflix , since that will stop with so much tv trash mexican …
— Captain Arias (@alivorias27) August 20, 2018
Those who will see ‘Made in Mexico’ are the same who wear with pride their ‘Mexico is the shit jacket.
— Chronicler of the mame™ (@CronistaDelMame) August 20, 2018
The house of flowers, Made in Mexico, unruly, fart, since I don’t know, yes, I have Netflix or Blim 🙄😬 pic.twitter.com/HAmeng19vL
— Raphael Ort (@fikillo) August 20, 2018
Who is this for? Who wants the first mexican documentary series to focus on more rich people than the rest of the country who live in poverty? Watch the trump administration use this show to say that all mexicans don’t need welfare.
— Memo Grajeda! Here We Go Again (@memothegreatest) August 20, 2018
And I was born, you can not imagine what is coming… made in mexico, the first reality show on Netflix about… the problems of the soliatite mexican 🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮#adiosNetflix
— RAmarantaRB (@roamarubla) August 21, 2018
— Esteban Pacheco (@PatoPachcoT) August 21, 2018
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