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Prostitutionsskandal sells Netflix's new tonårssåpa
Prostitutionsskandal sells Netflix's new tonårssåpa

Netflix can thank the critics for effective free advertising, which lift up the ”Baby” out of the seriemassornas oblivion

Suicide, child prostitution, nudity.

Netflix's huge range to stand out in the crowd – preferably with a tantalizing scandal.

In this weekend's ”Saturday night live”*, presented by Claire Foy from ”The crown”, was one of the sketcherna of the monstrous sums of Netflix is betting on original content. Streamingjätten simply have so many series and movies now that they would have to live twelve lifetimes to get to see everything. They joked about the fictional series ”Kennymeade depot” which passed in the three seasons with only one faithful viewers, Ruth (played by Kate McKinnon).

At the end of last year came news that Netflix would bet just over 72 billion to over 50 per cent of the content should be what they refer to as ”Netflix originals” (their own productions or exclusive purchasing). Competition against strong streaming services like Amazon and Hulu are so tough now, especially in the united states.

But the effect of tv-the war is also an ambitious viewers easily get stuck in the endless scrollandets violence – in search of new comics and unexpected findings.

Last weekend was the Italian ”Baby” (Netflix) premiere, a six-part long ungdomsskildring in the landscape between the ”Riverdale”, Spanish ”Elitskolan” (both Netflix), and ”Shame” (NRK\\u002FSVT). All förhandssnack, however, was to be about the harsh criticism from the u.s. National center of sexual exploitation, who claimed that the show ”normalizes sexual abuse of children and trafficking of minors”.

”the Baby” is based on a real scandal in 2014, when two teenage girls in the rich, ambassadtäta the district of Parioli in Rome were revealed to sell sex in order to be able to shop for luxury products and designer clothes. In the centre stands the friends Chiara (Benedetta Porcaroli) and Ludovica (Alice Pagani), who don't really need the money but the tangled family relationships and the yearning for excitement, drives them out of the too adults parties and into the shady context.

the Director Andrea de Sica (yes, ”bicycle thieves”-Vittorio de Sicas grandchildren) defended the series, and Netflix has praised its ”authenticity”. Curious in a cone, I could not help but hetskolla ”Baby”, an admittedly dark and obviously addictive series, but not at all with the glamourbild of prostitution as the advocating for the paint. Netflix can simply thank the critics for effective free advertising as lifting up a tonårssåpa from seriemassornas oblivion.

Sometimes seems the scandals as a part of the Netflix aware strategy. Not when they get too close to the reality, that when the charges against Kevin Spacey punctured the ”House of cards”, but maybe this is the attention most positive of a debate about suicide before the premiere of ”13 reasons why” or a little rage against the kroppshån in the comedy drama ”Insatiable”. The discussion about the movie ”the Outlaw king” came almost just be about Chris Pine proves to spread completely and a scene of argentina's ”Desire” was to normalize pedophilia.

To cynically push the boundaries is, of course, tantalizing speculative. At the same time, it is perhaps necessary to drown out the noise. It constantly scrollande the finger must surely stop somewhere.

*”Saturday night live” is usually shown on Channel 9\\u002FDplay, but there is still no premiere date for the latest season.

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