Social Distance: A Netflix Original Made Entirely During Quarantine

  • POSTED ON: October 13, 2020

While we were all
confined in our homes, the writers of Orange is The New
Black were producing and executing ideas that can blossom even within the
creative restrictions of quarantine. Their collaboration has given birth to
another unique anthology series, aptly titled “Social Distance”. Every episode
deals with a different story and shows how every character of the show deals
with the world amidst a pandemic.

The writers worked
alongside Netflix creators to create this experimental series. The trailer has
just been released, demonstrating relatable storylines and even familiar faces!

According to the
original synopsis, this eight-part series will showcase the spirit of humans as
their world stands still due to an unprecedented attack. We will get to see the
perseverance and strength of human beings and their longing for connection.
Every episode will deal with our dependence on technology, whether it is to
maintain emotional attachment or continue remote working. Social Distance (2020) is
actually a deeply moving story that gives us the much-needed catharsis.  

Do you know that the
entire story was conceived and shot during the quarantine? Hillary Weisman
Graham served as the executive producer, and Tara Herrmann, Blake McCormick,
and Kohan joined her in this venture. These profiles previously worked on
brilliant projects like Orange is The New Black, Mad Men, GLOW, and Bones.

The trailer shows
Danielle Brooks as a working mom whereas Mike Colter is acting like a bachelor
who is working out. There’s a glimpse of Zoom funeral and a story about a
couple who have stopped having sex. The show is all set to release on 15th
of October.



Updated October 13, 2020
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