Lady Voyeur Season 1 Review – Modern-day soap opera meets Fifty shades

Season 1

Episode Guide

Episode 1 -| Review Score – 3/5
Episode 2 -|Review Score – 3/5
Episode 3 -|Review Score – 3/5
Episode 4 -|Review Score – 3/5
Episode 5 -|Review Score – 3/5
Episode 6 -|Review Score – 3/5
Episode 7 -|Review Score – 3.5/5
Episode 8 -|Review Score – 3/5
Episode 9 -|Review Score – 3/5
Episode 10 -|Review Score – 3.5/5


You know, the people who say “Mind your own business” are definitely onto something. If only our protagonist in this latest Netflix series, Miranda, heeded their warning.

Lady Voyeur is an erotic Brazilian show that follows Miranda, a top-notch hacker who loves spying on her hot neighbour Cleo. Cleo works as a sex worker and she and Miranda are casual friends. Miranda has been enjoying spying on Cleo as she entertains her clients. She is particularly fascinated by a particular client her neighbour invites over on Fridays.

One fateful day, Cleo asks her for a favour and thus begins a twisted, dark and erotic investigation that, as one may expect, goes awry. Miranda soon finds herself entangled in a dark mystery that leaves dead bodies in its wake. She will need to use her skills to save herself and the people she cares about.

For Miranda, who used to live vicariously through Cleo, the recent events in her life are quite a change of pace.  She is now the one balancing life and death situations and two men who swear they love her.

The show was heavily marketed as a titillating erotic thriller but somewhere along the line, the writers lose sight of this. The plotlines got too messy to pick up and the transition from one plotline to another is not smooth.

However, given that the show utilizes a lot of flashbacks, they do a good job maintaining the time frame. It’s certainly easy to connect the timeline of the events and each flashback is well-integrated, giving the show a decent pace.

The sex scenes are mildly well-executed with close-up shots narrowing on the actors’ lips and lots of skin. I am not sure if the constant sex scenes were meant to add anything to the story but to be honest, most of the sex scenes don’t add to the character or the story.

The actors do an amazing job portraying their characters but the female actors carry this show on their backs. It is a pity that Emanuelle Araújo, who plays the role of Cleo, didn’t get as much screen time. The women’s strong performance gave the show more believability and they outshine their male counterparts.

The production of the show is standard, and the cinematography, along with most of the camerawork, is on-point. The sound also adds a dramatic effect that leaves viewers feeling the impact of nail-biting scenes.

If you are looking for a binge-worthy show to watch that has suspense, drama and heat, then Lady Voyeur is worth adding to your watch-list. The stellar performances from the cast are just about enough to see over the lackluster plot.

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  • Verdict - 6/10

1 thought on “Lady Voyeur Season 1 Review – Modern-day soap opera meets Fifty shades”

  1. I am on episode 6 and I am hoping I get an explanation how Diana and Miranda landed back in the Prado’s Apartment after the sex party.

    Did Miranada mention to Fernando that she saw Diana’s body in the pool?

    Fernando getting angry that his attraction to his sister was enough reason why they could have told them that they are not blood relatives was a cringe moment for me.

    It was an elegant soft porn with too many twists and a badly dressed Miranda in work wear.

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