Dreaming of playing in the Olympics, Kat Baker, a young courageous and talented skater, who after having injures, goes out from the competition, but she returns fast, making a unite with a talented guy, as together, do sacrifice their whole life, in order to achieve their Olympic dream.
The key here is to manage your expectations and accept that not everything has to be prestige television to be enjoyable. Because there is definitely an audience who will find happiness in Spinning Out's over-the-top theatrics.
Spinning Out is a good enough option to put on if you don't know what else to watch and want to see what January Jones is up to lately. You probably won't regret it, but also, you probably won't remember much about this show.
The series has all the right ingredients for an addictive watch... But as the season plods towards its uneven finale, Spinning Out instead does exactly what its title promises instead of sticking the landing.
Overall, the race, sexuality, and socioeconomic status of characters on Spinning Out are not presented in clunky, awkward, or outdated ways. Whereas other drama series have hit cringe-worthy snags or tokenized, Spinning Out leaves viewers at ease.