Netflix’s “Clickbait” Limited Series: TV Review


Valerie Yanez

Clickbait is currently number 4 in the Top 10 on Netflix for the United States.

Click bait is a limited series that reached the top 10 most viewed in the United States for Netflix. The series consists of eight episodes lasting approximately forty to fifty minutes each. The show offers you a mix of thriller and drama all in one. Click bait is the perfect title for this series. It’s thorough and smart.

The limited series begins with a normal American family who love each other above all despite their differences. Nick Brewer is a character in the series who is kidnapped; leaving his family with questions after a video of him goes viral online. In the video, Nick is holding a sign with a very serious confession. It becomes a sensation on the Internet, leaving the public to create their own theories.

Additionally, the series shows just how very deceptive the internet can be these days. Nick Brewer seemed to be living a double life, with the media quickly uncovering secrets they began to take away from Nick and his various social media accounts. The media blew out disproportionate details of what happened for the sake of views. Meanwhile, the Brewer family must fight for Nick and prove he’s innocent. not knowing what is true and what is not. With each episode, secrets are revealed, giving us a little bit of truth each time. The truth is still coming out, at least we hope so.

Above all, Click bait is about a man who is part of a horrific tragedy, whose family mission is to find him innocent and clear his name. The series highlights how the company thinks it knows someone or something based on the news or social media posts. In reality, a lot of things can be disproportionate. The Internet will always be deceptive. Therefore, Click bait on Netflix gets a 9/10.


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