I have finished watching the first season of Netflix’s ‘Next In Line,’ and I have some thoughts. First of all, it took a little bit of time for me to get into the show, and as I said before, it could be the pacing or getting used to the format. But i did finally get its groove, and was able to enjoy the series. There are some things in the format that are not as clear. For example, do they have free reign over the fabrics? Maybe they should create limits to that, so it will create more tension. I also like the fact that there is a lot more men’s fashion here, as obviously I like looking at male models. By the end, I was rooting for Daniel to go all the way, as he is cute (he looks like a young Hugh Grant) but I guess it makes sense that Minju Kim won, as it is the era of the South Koreans, what with ‘Parasite’ winning Best Picture at the Academy Awards. I personally liked Daniel’s aesthetic better, but I guess it could be seen as being very British. As a whole, I was entertained by the show, and yes I even warmed up to the hosts, Tan France and Alexa Chung. I liked most of the contestants and there seems to be less emphasis on petty conflicts here, whether that is intentional or not. If there is a second season, will I watch? Sure.