29 September 2020 | joyfulrainbows
At least they tried
From what I'm aware of, Brat TV is basically Netflix, but if it was on YouTube and hired several TikTok stars and celebrities as cast rolls. When it comes with my history with this channel, I've only like the first episode of Chicken Girls(which wasn't my cup of tea) along with the entirety of the first season of Attaway General(which obviously wasn't perfect) I was quite curious about why younger audiences are so drawn to this one channel that posts mediocre niche content. I ended up adding the Chicken Movie along with the 7th episode of Chicken Girls S1 onto my watch later on YouTube and they've been sitting for months at this point, until now, of course.
I didn't need to watch the entirety of the first season to know the plot of this beloved Brat series: girl lost sister to cancer, girl's sad, girl's family's sad, girl copes with basic magic tricks, high school drama, and the power of friendship. Not a bad plot entirely, but when you actually watch it, everything just feels niche and dry. In many ways it's no different than any Brat TV series or any high school-related series in general. Looking at the comment, a lot of the people who watch this show are just 12 year old girls; which is fine since it's basically their target demographic. On surface level, everything about this series feels very tropey and bland with no real emotion to it. I guess some of the actors performances were ok, but not all of them. If you want to watch that feels entertaining or hilariously bad, this show is not for you. If anyone tries to accuse me for my opposing opinions, I'm sorry, I just wanted to ensure that individuals are able to understand Brat TV from viewpoints. I honestly should of made a more mature decision and just not get involved with Brat TV at all.