• 2.5/5
“Singapore” is secondary.

To be fair, reality TV is targeted to viewers with a certain appetite for so called unscripted drama, but “Singapore Social” might just be a no go even for the followers of “reality TV” cult.

On the surface, the show seems to have curated an interesting mix of people. We have a fashion influencer, an entrepreneur, a youtuber, a singer, a burlesque dancer and a philanthropist/actor hanging out together way more than their busy work schedules should permit. However, as the show progress most of their already trite on-screen personalities turn into the usual mix of conceit and indifference.

Besides their common cry over hard to please Asian parents, there are hardly any culturally relevant premises. “Singapore” can be very well be struck off from the title and still make no difference to show.