Netflix released the trailer for its new reality show The Roaring Twenties, which describes what happens when eight young people in their twenties move into a house in Austin while experiencing the “new normal” for America in a pandemic world. While the trailer only offers a taste of what’s to come in the show, it does a lot of intrigue that feels like the Real world for the millennial generation. However, before you consider it to be just another reality TV show, The Roaring Twenties seems to take a more analytical approach to the life of a young person in their twenties as the world around them, both internal and external, is in turmoil.
By deadline, in August, Netflix launched a vast search for new candidates through its multitude of unscripted series. Brandon rieggNetflix’s vice president of unscripted series and documentaries said it was the biggest reality casting call ever for the streaming platform, which gave reality fans an innovative new way to join in the fun. He said:
âReality TV is a powerful genre. She has the ability to make you invest in who will win the big competition or find true love, or at least a good musical. It also has the ability to bring people from all walks of life together. the life. We love to hear from viewers who feel inspired and accepted after seeing themselves reflected in our shows. After all, what is reality TV if it doesn’t portray real people? “
From the looks of this teaser, the series goes for the latter, providing unification both in the house that contestants share and with viewers at home. The series is produced by Chris Culvenor, Paul Franklin, David Tibballs, and Ian gelfand.
Presented in 12 episodes of 30 minutes, The Roaring Twenties will be split into two parts, with the first six episodes airing on December 10 and the remaining six episodes available on December 17. Check out the trailer below:
Here is the official synopsis and descriptions of the cast:
In this new reality series, eight young people in their twenties set out to achieve success in life and love in Austin, Texas, while learning to navigate America’s ‘new normal’ of 2020. Living Together and leaning on each other, they experience the ups and downs that come with being an adult. After all, your 20s is a crazy, strange, and special time in your life, and you can only experience it once.
The twenteeth :
25 / Houston, TX / Unemployed
Abbey is ready for a major upheaval. At 20, she married her high school sweetheart, and at 25, she’s just coming out of a divorce … and exploring her bisexuality. She doesn’t want anything serious but has a hard time not feeling feelings when she loves someone. She has no idea who she is or what she wants to do with her life, but she knows she’s ready to let go of the “handcuffs” of her marriage and conservative upbringing and get in trouble. in Austin!
25 years old / Maitland, FL / Computer technology
Raquel is self-motivated, motivated, and one of the few black women to work in IT. She is keen to immerse herself in Austin’s burgeoning tech scene in hopes of making connections to develop the success of the startup she works for. She loves old games, playing the stock market and roller skating, but you will never catch her barefoot unless she’s in the pool – she has a phobia of her bare feet touching the ground!
23 / Greenville, SC / Sales for daddy’s insurance company
Bruce’s winning smile melts hearts. He loves baseball and dreams of a career with a professional sports team. It’s always a party when Bruce is around – he lives by the motto “LET’S GOOO!” Bruce hopes to find the girl of his dreams in Austin and start a serious relationship. He’s a good, responsible, corn-fed guy who respects women and loves ice cream … maybe a little too much.
26 years old / Miami, FL / Unemployed
Nathalie never had a boyfriend. She grew up in a strict latin household with cameras inside the house watching her every move, and her father wouldn’t even allow her to hug the boys unless she covered her chest! She’s boldly outgoing yet adorably charming, and it’s on a mission to do whatever it takes to get booed in Austin, one awkward first date at a time!
23 years old / North Carolina / Model
Kamari has many passions. While he is currently making money as a male model, he has several entrepreneurial ideas going on but can’t seem to focus on any of them! He loves southern accents and hopes to find a fiery Texan woman to settle down with … someday. For the next few months in Austin, he wants to play the field, hit the gym, and manifest his fate … whatever it is.
28 years old / Fayetteville, AR / Residential education coordinator
Keauno is like a puppy that everyone immediately falls in love with – but he’s never been kissed! He is a second generation American and the first in his family to graduate from college. At 25, Keauno revealed his homosexuality after struggling to come to terms with himself all his life due to his conservative environment and his Catholic upbringing. Keauno leaves Arkansas as he hopes to find his “gay sensei” in Austin’s very LGBTQ + community, and maybe a boyfriend to boot!
24 years old / Irvine, CA / Fashion designer
One could never equate Isha, a self-proclaimed “educated slut” who until recently thought Miami was in Maine rather than Florida (“they both start with” M! “), As a graduate. UC Berkeley Economics Program. Isha is clumsy, gullible and forgetful, but she knows it and owns it. After struggling with depression, she realized that she had to follow her passion and started designing clothes. She now dreams of launching her fashion line, Hut Mentality, and having her handcrafted pieces picked up at a retail store in Austin.
23 / Austin, TX / Aspiring stand-up comedian
Michael recently gave up living in Los Angeles and moved to Austin to pursue stand-up comedyâ¦ without any training or experience. Not afraid of bombing night after night, he pursues this dream wherever he takes it, even if it is towards a place of failure and forced to give it up and change. Michael is desperate to find a girlfriend. He is drawn to “weirdos” which makes Austin the perfect place to pursue his goals!
This week’s Top 10 invites us to toss a coin toss the return of a fantasy series, as well as a long-time kid’s darling.
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