Bella Bajaria, Netflix’s executive supervisor, reveals streaming expectations with South Korean production round 6
Bela Bajariaexecutive supervisor of Netflixspoke in an interview with Diversity about the officers of streaming believe in the success of round 6 (2021) before release. The South Korean production has become a global phenomenon and is one of the most popular series on the stage.
Bajaria commented on the popularity of round 6: “We knew it would be a huge success. Our team in Korea has always commented on how the series would have such a huge audience. [O criador de Round 6, Hwang Dong-hyuk] had a very clear vision for it and [eles sabiam] It would work great in Korea and across Asia.”
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executive committee of Netflix The series was added about the Korean streaming team considering it “special”. Despite this, he did not foresee the magnitude of the production’s popularity: “We could not have imagined or anticipated it because it had never happened before. It’s very hard to imagine something on this scale.”
Bajaria also commented on round 6Contribute to breaking down barriers of foreign languages in major audiovisual awards, which are mentioned in Series nominations for the Golden Globes: “We didn’t imagine they would compete at the American Awards, but now it is possible.”
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round 6 has won First major prize in America with Gotham Awards, ceremony, organized by Independent Film Producer ProjectFrom New York, K-Drama took home the trophy in the Best New Series – Drama category.
second season of round 6
first season of round 6Portrays a group of desperate and indebted people. To resolve financial issues, they admit to participating in a competition in search of the ultimate prize of the billions won.
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dong-huku Confirmed second season of series’ event production. The producer did not talk about dates or filming, but did confess to planning the next episode: “I will make this promise: gi-huno will return, and he will do something for the world.”