Club de Cuervos Reviews & Ratings

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In the town of Nuevo Toledo, Mexico, two wealthy children from different marriages deface the legacy of a marquee soccer club they inherited from their father as they fight for the team’s leadership. The series turns a satirical lens toward the aristocracy while exposing realities of the soccer world in Mexico.
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by LuDNA
May 3, 2017 9:59AM EDT
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This is a very nice show. Very entertaining and with the correct doses of drama and humor. Don't be afraid 'cuz it's an spanish show, both drama and humor are universal when family is involved... :-p

This is a very nice show. Very entertaining and with the correct doses of drama and humor. Don't be afraid 'cuz it's an spanish show, both drama and humor are universal when family is involved... :-p

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Jun 28, 2016 2:27PM EDT
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Even if you don't care about soccer, this show has enough humor, drama, and family dysfunction to hold your attention. Luis Gerardo Méndez is great, as always, but the MVP is Mariana Treviño, who transforms what could have been just another uptight clichéd businesswoman character. Mexico has produced some really high-quality programming in the past few years (Once TV's "Soy Tu Fan" and "Alguien Más" among the best of them), and Netflix has created another home for the country to show off its talent.

Even if you don't care about soccer, this show has enough humor, drama, and family dysfunction to hold your attention. Luis Gerardo Méndez is great, as always, but the MVP is Mariana Treviño, who transforms what could have been just another uptight clichéd businesswoman character. Mexico has produced some really high-quality programming in the past few years (Once TV's "Soy Tu Fan" and "Alguien Más" among the best of them), and Netflix has created another home for the country to show off its talent.

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by vronmo
Sep 6, 2015 3:03PM EDT
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I like it. So much drama and it is so funny

I like it. So much drama and it is so funny

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Aug 26, 2017 8:41PM EDT
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Not my thing

Not my thing