From the Daily Dot
Netflix's first Brazilian sitcom, Samantha!, follows its title character (Emanuelle Araújo), a has-been child star who'll do almost anything she can scheme up to hang onto her evaporating stardom. Now a low-level lounge singer in her 30s doing old kiddie TV songs, her agent urges her to give up or take the porn route following a particularly sad performance. The seven-episode series builds into a charming, if unoriginal, take on a D-list celebrity's seeking of redemption that nails most of the right satirical notes. American viewers will understand these celebrity follies all too well.