New European Netflix Originals Announced Alongside Huge Expansion into Europe

Netflix have announced over 400 new jobs at their new European ‘hub’ alongside at least 6 new Netflix Originals produced within the continent. The headquarters in Amsterdam house their EMEA (European, Middle East and Africa) support team as well as marketing, PR and finance. New Original series include “Dogs of Berlin” (Germany), “Suburra” (Italy) and “Osmosis” (France. This is as well as “Dark” (Germany) and the second seasons of “Marseille” (France), “The Crown” (UK) and “Las Chicas del Cable” (Spain).

Osmosis” looks like a sci-fi series akin to “Black Mirror” where a dating app is able to perfectly match you based on your deepest, darkest secrets:

Paris, in the near future. Technology has conquered the last frontier: decoding true love. Digging deep into its user’s brain data, the new dating app “OSMOSIS” can find a perfect match with 100% accuracy, turning the concept of absolute soulmate into a reality. But is there a price to pay when letting an algorithm decide who you will love, forever and ever? When in exchange for this undying, ageless love, technology can access the innermost recesses of your mind — and the best kept secrets of your heart…

 

Dogs of Berlin” is a modern, German crime thriller:

Dogs of Berlin tells the story of two contrasting Berlin police detectives who become a team against their will – and are forced into a territorial battle with the Berlin underworld that confronts them with their own human weaknesses and criminal activities – and into a final decision on which side of the law they’re actually on.

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