Following Bretman Rock season 2 is coming in hot with family drama and healing, and it’s time the larger than life divas get moved to the big screen.
The reality is that the personalities and themes on Following Bretman Rock are as big and bold as the Hawaiian mountains and sky, and it’s time the web series got moved to the big screen. Bretman Rock, their sister Princess Mae and their cousin Keiffer, aka Miss Kay, are a family climbing the media industry one product launch and YouTube video at a time. But while Bretman may have gotten their start on YouTube, there’s no reason they can’t move to MTV’s network lineup for an hour-long series.
So far, in Following Bretman Rock season 2, Bretman and Princess are getting busy learning about themselves, their generational trauma, and how to speak each other’s love languages. After a joint therapy session, the siblings were given several homework assignments, from baking a large cake with no speaking except for compliments to having Bretman babysit Princess’s kids. The pair are learning how to lead with love, and Bretman realizes being a mom is no joke. While Bretman grows frustrated with Princess’s lack of aggression when capitalizing on their shared success, both are learning to accept each other as they are and put self-care first.
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Following Bretman Rock is proving the leads’ personal and professional growth brings more than enough content for a bigger show. Not to mention, Bretman is high-key tired. While Miss Kay suggested that Bretman and Princess might need some space, Princess countered, “I don’t wanna grow apart. I wanna grow together.” Bretman was starting to take RuPaul’s time-honored catchphrase, “If you can’t love yourself, how are you going to love somebody else,” to heart. Bretman realized they needed to work on themself before they could get on the same page with Princess.
During a one-on-one with licensed therapist Haylin Dennison, Bretman said they felt triggered when Princess said Bretman didn’t support her even if they needed to hear it. It seemed like Bretman was more than ready to support Princess professionally and financially but not emotionally. They said, “I’m always so thankful for what she’s done for my career. In a way, I feel like I owe her Bretman Rock.” However, Bretman also realized that carrying their childhood traumas was causing them to overwork how to repair the harm they didn’t cause. Haylin shared, “usually, people who have very high expectations for themselves are also highly critical.”
Bretman wanted to be more open to being emotionally present with Princess, but that meant growing more emotionally present with themselves too and taking time for themself. During a discussion with their manager, they realized this meant saying no to opportunities more often and yes to themselves. Setting boundaries is a big no-no in media production but a big yes to growing into a fully functional human.
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A primetime slot would lead to a much bigger and much-deserved pay bump for Bretman and the entire cast with only a little more filming time. Just because Bretman, Princess, and Kieffer started on YouTube, doesn’t mean they need to stay there. As MTV execs watch the season, they might consider how promoting Following Bretman Rock to a primetime slot would serve their stars’ well-being. However, if they are paying attention, it should also be obvious that the cast has the stories, personalities, and prowess to capture a much larger audience.