Twitter reacts to watching the 'Siesta Key' premiere on MTV
MTV's latest reality series, the Sarasota-filmed Siesta Key, premiered with a social media splash. It arrived last night and, of course, brought immediate comparisons to Laguna Beach and The Hills. People threw around the word "trashy," others called it their favorite new show. Meanwhile, a deluge of tweets took the chance to just make fun of Siesta Key the place, not the series.
Here's a look at what people were saying about it.
only good thing about mtv siesta key is that I no longer have to describe where I live by as "an hour south of Tampa"— nick (@nickhuz) July 31, 2017
Let's be real, if there was a true show about Sarasota it would be people desperately trying to find an open restaurant past 9pm #siestakey— Stephenie Schukraft (@stepheniealice) August 1, 2017
Anyone who lives here & isn’t spoiled & rich will tell you this show is the most inaccurate crap ever. #siestakey— madison robinson (@madii1781) August 1, 2017
wanna die tonight? take a shot every time someone says 'like' during #siestakey— a n g é l i c a (@wolffgirrl) August 1, 2017
MTV's #SiestaKey is pretending as if siesta key is solely beautiful people when it's mainly old people, annoying tourist families, & tweens— Big Red SOK (@vivsok) July 27, 2017
Was going to watch Siesta Key but as soon as the opening credits for the show started I was done— Sharath Mahendrasah (@Tht1ndiAnGuY) August 1, 2017
Siesta Key was so good. Florida's version of Laguna Beach.— Christa san (@xchristajx) August 1, 2017
why are all these beautiful girls upset over this Alex guy? WHY AM I STILL WATCHING SIESTA KEY? #ihavequestions— megan! (@meganmfulton) August 1, 2017
me pulling up to siesta key with all my blackness pic.twitter.com/fEfoudXjg8— brianna (@bri4est) August 1, 2017
One of Siesta Key's many issues. pic.twitter.com/edM0zLDCBA— Ben Mandelker (@bsideblog) August 1, 2017
Siesta Key is the worst show on tv, but best believe I'm going to watch every damn episode.— Marlene Samaniego (@marlenedigsit) August 1, 2017