This show begins with a strong series of strong art competitions that we are experiencing through a large group of celebrities who are engaged in a strong art competition. The contest begins, as celebrities seem to wear costumes to hide identities from everyone, and perhaps one singer may be thrown out every week and the singer is unconvinced. Top six famous singers Peacock, Hippo, Monster and other different masks will begin the season.
In a broadcast landscape rife with reality-competition shows that recycle the same format... The Masked Singer feels less like a straightforward take on the genre-and more like a corner of Weird Twitter brought to life by some unholy Hollywood ritual.
Like the worst and corniest decor you've ever affixed to your refrigerator, it's pretty terrible, but you can't deny that it's magnetic. And unlike a lot of performance shows, it's not vicious. It's easy.