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Being an international superstar DJ and producer doesn't make you good at life. But ain't nobody got put on this earth 'cause they were perfect, right? So as long as we're still in the game, we got a chance to get it right.
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 Brian (5 episodes, 2017)
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 Diplo (5 episodes, 2017)
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 Karen (4 episodes, 2017)
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 Jasper (4 episodes, 2017)
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 Kröner (4 episodes, 2017)
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 Jamar (3 episodes, 2017)
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Being an international superstar DJ and producer doesn't make you good at life. But ain't nobody got put on this earth 'cause they were perfect, right? So as long as we're still in the game, we got a chance to get it right.

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Unexpectedly funny
30 August 2017 | by (Russian Federation) – See all my reviews

This comedy series depicts life of Diplo, a star DJ. Diplo is a real person and he very well knows about this show since he is an executive producer of the series and he definitely takes part in writing the scenario. Somebody on the Internet called this show 'Spinal Tap' for the dance music world and I do believe that it is the best possible way to describe it. There is a movie, 'Spinal Tap' which is celebrated for the way it depicts a story of a fictional rock band. It mocks all the existing clichés related to a life of a rock band in a grotesque and elegant way. (Run and watch it if you haven't, it's golden.) This series does the same to the world of popular music, constantly referring to the stars that we all know or have at least heard of once like Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift or Calvin Harris. Some of them are featured in the series, played by actors, obviously. The humour is definitely above-the-waist, the show is witty, the jokes sound neither vulgar nor cheesy. The dialogues sounded like the rest for my ears because after piling through first 10 minutes of completely non- funny first episodes of dozens comedy series I have found something that sounds quite smart. As a character Diplo is truly charming. Played by James van der Beek who showcased his comedy talent in 'Don't trust the B-- in Apartment 23', the star DJ is nothing but a talented, naive child who usually wants to have everything delivered to him right this instant which creates a lot of funny twists for the plot. What's precious is that he is absolutely impossible to be seriously mad at, like Peter Pan. His crew constantly moan about how unbearable Diplo is yet you can see that none would trade the chance to spend their days in such a fascinating and challenging way for anything else. I think other actors did a pretty good job as well, none of their performances seemed cringy or hard to believe. For me, this series is a breath of fresh air. It has its own unique vibe and grotesque as it is, it still lets us get a taste of the music world since real Diplo is an executive producer of the show and there is a grain of truth in every joke. I do not expect it to have good ratings since it looks kind of out-of- this-world, will definitely recommend it to all of my friends.


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