“Say I Do” (Netflix Authentic)
Premise: On this actuality present from the creators of “Queer Eye,” three professional wedding ceremony planners assist folks shock present their important others the marriage of their companion’s desires. The present primarily cuts out the transformational facet of “Queer Eye,” skipping proper to the lavish distribution of items seen on the finish of “Queer Eye” episodes.
The present is much extra saccharine than “Queer Eye,” an already saccharine present. However there’s nonetheless an inherent pleasure in watching pure pleasure occur on display.
Setting: Throughout the USA
Netflix descriptors: “Heartfelt,” “feel-good” and “romantic”
The way it begins: A marriage with lavish flowers overlooks a river and metropolis skyline. A groom struts to the alter with a giant smile.
Textual content seems because the present switches to B-roll of the marriage couple strolling collectively hand-in-hand over a bridge.
“She thinks this present is about their love story,” the textual content says. “He has a secret plan… a marriage.”
Notable forged: Gabriele Beraccini, Jeremiah Brent and Thai Nguyen
Runtime: eight episodes of roughly 55 minutes
Bonus: Ngyuen, one of many hosts, launched a response video of himself watching the “Say I Do” trailer for the primary time. Confusingly, it exhibits two completely different angles of him reacting that don’t match up as if one of many angles is staged (or at the least a second response).
Different Netflix highlights:
“Kingdom” (Seasons 1-3)
“Unsolved Mysteries” (Netflix Documentary)
All of the exhibits which have joined Netflix this month as of the July four weekend:
- “Chico Bon Bon: Monkey with a Software Belt” (Season 2, Netflix Household)
- “Deadwind” (Season 2, Netflix Authentic)
- “Say I Do” (Netflix Authentic)
- “Unsolved Mysteries” (Netflix Documentary)
- “A Contact of Inexperienced” (Season 1)
- “Abby Hatcher” (Season 1)
- “Cleo & Cuquin” (Season 2)
- “Kingdom” (Seasons 1-3)
- “Warrior Nun” (Netflix Authentic)