The City: Season 2
The City: Season 2
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This season on The City, Whitney, Roxy, Olivia and Erin will learn that in New York City, climbing your way to the top means doing it alongside both friends and enemies.
Whitney gets a last-minute chance of a lifetime -- a show at New York Fashion Week. After the chaos and fanfare subsides, Whitney has more than ever to do to prove herself as a designer. First up is creating a new line for the new season, and learning from Kelly Cutrone how to promote herself and her brand. She's still got Roxy in her corner, and Roxy owes her, both for a place to crash and the job at People's Revolution. But Roxy is learning that she's too strong-minded to live in Whitney's shadow.
At ELLE Magazine, Olivia and Erin are tasked by Joe Zee to find some way to get along. However, their competition is far from over as Olivia is offered an on-camera job by Joe. But Erin is at the top of her game, and sees through Olivia now more than ever.
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|Actors:||Olivia Palermo, Roxy Olin, Erin Kaplan Whitney Port|
|Number of Discs:||3|
|Run Time:||110 minutes|
|DVD Release Date:||July 30, 2010|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 17 reviews|
|Average Customer Review: ( 17 customer reviews )
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4 of 5 found the following review helpful:
The second season of the City shows the series potential. Oct 29, 2010
I'll admit, I was skeptical of the decision that MTV made to give Whitney Port her own spin-off series from The Hills. The first season was extremely bland and boring. Basically Whitney moves to New York and starts working and dating a loser "musician" with an accent. He is just as bland and boring as Whitney. I wasn't sure if the series would be renewed for a second season, but it was and it's a good thing because this series is really getting good.
There are actually good and entertaining story lines and cast members in season 2. Whitney works at People's Revolution all while being mentored by Kelly Cutrone and starting her own clothing line. Whitney's former co-worker Olivia works at Vogue Magazine and is challenged by her role as "web cast interview chick". Conflicts with co-workers and her too forgiving boss arise making her storyline just as entertaining as Whitney's. Olivia's co-worker and enemy Erin breaks out as a strong third main cast member in the series.
The City is less about scripted "drama" and pointless scenes in clubs where people spat about relationships. It's more about young women working towards achieving their goals in the fashion world. Hopefully the series continues and gets better now that the train wreck known as the last two seasons of The Hills has ended.
I have an easier time believing this series than The Hills due to the fact that you can actually see that these girls are working and doing what they do on the show. Hopefully MTV doesn't wreck this show.
1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
Fans of The Hills may like this too! Aug 01, 2013
By David Ledferd
As you finish the first season you may now begin to form relationships with Erin, Olivia and Joe Zee. Learning about the back scenes of Elle magazine was interesting and I have seen these people on Rachel Zoe and other fashion shows. Very cool.
4 of 6 found the following review helpful:
The City Season 2 was exciting with lots of drama! Aug 25, 2010
Season 2 presents a lot of challenges to Whitney and we get to see Olivia's true colors. Loved it!
Love this show! Jul 26, 2013
Sad that this show ended so unexpectedly! Would have loved to see Whitney succeed as a fashion designer. Product arrived on time and as described.
LOVE! Jul 05, 2013
By Tokina Harris
I wish Whitney would have got a 3rd season but I love this season. Its very helpful if you're trying to pursue the fashion field.
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