I Am Georgina season 2 review: Redundant and bland

The second season of I Am Georgina sees Georgina taking trips with friends and family as well as preparing for the Latin Grammys. In this season, she also opens up about a personal tragedy. The new season is now streaming on Netflix. 


Similar to the first season, I Am Georgina season 2 explores the life of Georgina Rodríguez, a model and a social media influencer who is the partner of one of the most famous footballers in the world, Cristiano Ronaldo. 

This season follows Georgina’s second pregnancy. She shares her concerns about having twins and this pregnancy. She also shares her struggle with the loss of one of the twins — her son.

The show documents the important appearances made by Georgina at Cannes, Latin Grammys, and more. Georgina prepares for these appearances and shares her experiences.

Apart from her work, there are shopping trips, vacations to the most scenic places with friends and family, trips to foster homes, and fulfilling a childhood dream. This is a glimpse into Georgina’s life with Georgina.

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Georgina’s trips to different parts of the world and her visits to well-known places, particularly her visit to London’s Royal Opera House, are enjoyable. If nothing else, the audience can watch the show for these destinations.

The audience also gets to see the behind-the-scenes preparations for fashion shows, award shows, and cover shoots. The time and effort that goes into planning Georgina’s red-carpet looks is cleary seen. They might even make the audience pay more attention to these looks.


The show depicts Georgina’s luxurious lifestyle, but it fails to go beyond that. This lifestyle is supposed to entertain the audience, but just the ostentatious display of wealth is not enough to do that for 6 episodes.

The show lacks excitement, as everything is said and done to maintain a certain image of the celebrity. The audience sometimes gets glimpses of Georgina, the woman and not the celebrity, but they are too few and far between.

While the show does not script drama, it is not a completely authentic portrayal of Georgina’s life either, which makes it dull. Even the bits that should have been touching fail to move the audience. 


I Am Georgina could have done without this season; it offers nothing new. The audience will forget it as soon as they are done watching it if they somehow find it entertaining enough to finish it in the first place.

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Director: Vanesa Ferreiro Vidal

Date Created: 2023-03-24 18:41

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