Netflix has a new crop of docuseries set for 2017. This week, the streaming service announced the premiere dates for their upcoming series Abstract: The Art of Design and Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On.
Earlier this week, Netflix chief Ted Sarandos revealed the platform plans on doubling their original content for the year 2017. So far, the streaming service has 20 new original series planned for next year.
Abstract: The Art of Design is set to debut on February 10th and Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On is expected to premiere in spring 2017.
Read more about the series below:
Abstract: The Art of Design (Netflix launch: February 10, 2017 )
Abstract: The Art of Design demystifies the contemporary creative experience for a wide audience by bringing us inside the lives and minds of some of the greatest designers working today in a variety of disciplines. By seeing the world through these designers’ eyes, Abstract shows viewers in a fresh and inspiring way how design impacts every aspect of life and exposes them to a new perspective on design thinking. Executive produced by Scott Dadich (Editor in Chief of WIRED ), Morgan Neville and for Radical Media Dave O’Connor, Jon Kamen, and Justin Wilkes. Making its world premiere, Sundance will screen a episode of the series featuring the German illustrator Christoph Niemann (directed by Morgan Neville).
Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On (Netflix launch: Spring, 2017)
Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On tells personal stories about people whose lives are affected by the explosion of the Internet where pornography, dating apps and virtual relationships are all just a click away. The series explores the intersection of sex and technology telling stories of intimacy, connection, disconnection, self-promotion, race and gender politics. How is establishing sexual relationships through screens now rewiring us in fundamental ways? Executive Producer by Rashida Jones, Jill Bauer and Ronna Gradus, and the series is an extension of the feature documentary Hot Girls Wanted, which premiered at Sundance in 2015.”
What do you think? Do you subscribe to Netflix? Will you watch either new docuseries?