AppleTV+ Acapulco Season 2 continues to charm audiences, delivering a new season that outdoes the last. Check out the details in my parents guide review.
AppleTV+’s Acapulco season 2 has dropped its first few episodes on the streaming service today, Friday, October 21st. The new season picks up right where season 1 left off, with a grown-up Maximo telling the story of how he came to be successful to his nephew, Hugo. It brings back all the characters from season 1, and this season allows us to delve into more of the characters many have grown fond of. Check out the details in my parents guide review.
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Acapulco Season 2 Parents Guide
AppleTV+ Acapulco Season 2: In 1984, Maximo Gallardo’s dream comes true when he gets the job of a lifetime at Acapulco’s hottest resort, Las Colinas. But he soon realizes that working there will be far more complicated than he ever imagined.
Acapulco Season 2 Age Appropriate Parents Guide
Let’s take a look at what parents need to know before letting their kids watch AppleTV+ Acapulco season 2.
Language: Acapulco season 2 contains some strong language, with profanity used. Lookout words include: sh*t, b*st*rd, a**, jacka**, d*mn, jerk, sucks, and freak. The series stays true to its cultural roots and equally mixes the amount of Spanish spoken with English. The show includes subtitles, but this is a warning for viewers who do not like watching shows that include reading subtitles.
Mature Content: This season seems to tone down the mature content from last, although even then, the first season was pretty light and appropriate for many ages. There are tones of racism throughout the series, as it is set in Mexico and features many culturally diverse characters. There are statements directed towards those Hispanics and their culture that may be upsetting for some viewers. There is also a character who is a lesbian and has a whole story arc of not being accepted due to her sexual preferences. Characters are shown consuming pills and alcoholic drinks.
Full review to come.