The Masked Singer - Season 1
In this exciting show, there seem to be many exciting artistic competitions we are having with celebrities everywhere. The show opens a new and powerful series through a wide range of challenges, starting with a group of celebrities wearing costumes to hide identities. One singer is eliminated each week. On the other hand, small hints are given to guess the viewer along, which can be very exciting and amazing.
Actors Of "The Masked Singer - Season 1"
Critics Of "The Masked Singer - Season 1"
Los Angeles Times
January 03, 2019 "The Masked Singer" is a reality competition much like "American Idol," minus whatever shred of self-respect that show has ... or ever had.Read in Source
January 03, 2019 A prohibitive favorite for worst new TV show of the year didn't take long to assume that position.Read in Source
January 02, 2019 It's The Voice, except instead of turning your chair around, it turns your chair ever-so-slightly closer to the grave. There's nothing left to do but swing from the chandelier for as long as we can.Read in Source
January 03, 2019 In a broadcast landscape rife with reality-competition shows that recycle the same format... The Masked Singer feels less like a straightforward take on the genre-and more like a corner of Weird Twitter brought to life by some unholy Hollywood ritual.Read in Source
January 03, 2019 The Masked Singer is a deeply stupid enterprise, and there is a decent chance I will watch it again.Read in Source
The Daily Beast
January 03, 2019 It all started as an admirably bizarre reality series that revelled in its unabashed spectacle and lunacy. But it became, somehow, a bit of a bore.Read in Source
January 03, 2019 Like the worst and corniest decor you've ever affixed to your refrigerator, it's pretty terrible, but you can't deny that it's magnetic. And unlike a lot of performance shows, it's not vicious. It's easy.Read in Source
January 03, 2019 The premise may wear down if the producers don't change things up, but for now it has us watching and guessing.Read in Source
New York Magazine/Vulture
January 02, 2019 Little about this production seems self-aware enough to suggest its charming, interesting moments happened on purpose. Except for the costumes! The costumes, really, are good.Read in Source
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