The online streaming service providing platform, Netflix, has acquired the streaming rights to an underrated hidden gem from Australia in the form of a limited series, which is called, Wrong Kind of Black, which will be arriving in the month of November of the year 2020 in the United States.
The series hails from Australia, where it aired on View back in the month of August of the year 2018, and it also aired on ABC TV. All four episodes of the series will be made available to stream on the streaming giant in the United States from November 6, 2020.
The series is set in the 1970s, and it follows DJ Monthy and his brother who find themselves subject to abuse due to racism against the police. It is both a comedy-drama, and it is based on real events.
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The series received a glowing review from The Guardian, praising the scripts saying that it blends the funny moments with the hard-hitting moments. They refer to the comedy as a highlight for the series which has four parts saying: “a unique and unmistakable Aboriginal style of comedy, a blend of slapstick, sharp wit, some dry, and a big helping of very, very black-occasionally absurdist humor.
It only has a limited number of votes on IMDb, but it currently sits at 7.3/10. Aaron L. McGrath, Lisa Flanagan, Tommy Lewis, and Clarence Ryan are among the cast of the series. The series is going to be felt familiar to those of you who loved The Get Down on Vinyl from HBO or Netflix.
It is not the first-off hand license of a limited series for the streaming giant in the year 2020. Netflix picked up Reckoning earlier in the year, which arrived on the streaming platform, on May 1, 2020, and it received a glowing endorsement from Stephen King.
The release schedule of the month of November of this year continues to grow as Netflix makes new announcements with Chappelle’s Show recently joining the lineup. Keep it locked on our comprehensive November release schedule for the latest.
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