A trailer for a new Netflix documentary that follows Barack Obama’s experiences with everyday Americans is dealing with. It will come along with an accompanying description that said the series will hone in on issues such as race and civil rights.
The four-part series, called Working: What We Do All Day, looks at the life of US workers through the lens of the former president. Also, it will ‘touch on issues of race and democracy and civil rights’, according to the streaming service.
In the trailer – which the former head of state partially narrates. It shows Obama is schmoozing with several different workers in their respective fields. Also, accompanies a working-class mother to a supermarket.
The first look came out with the ex-president Thursday. It comes as the politician has made a career from speaking engagements and several book deals.
This, however, marks the multimillionaire’s first film production. Also, it will focus on the plight of the typical American. It launches in May. Though it remains unclear how much the progressive, who is worth roughly $ 70 million, is poised to make from it.
Barack Obama’s ‘Working: What We Do All Day’ trailer is out now!
What does it take to feel satisfied?” asks former US President Barack Obama in the trailer of the upcoming documentary series Working: What We Do All Day on Netflix. All set to release on 17 May, the Netflix docuseries also features Tata Sons chairman N Chandrasekaran in a prominent role.
Glimpses of the trailer revolve around what “work means for modern Americans in a time of rapid change.” Taking to Twitter, the former president shared the trailer of the docuseries on Thursday (27 April).
I’m excited to share the trailer for Working. In this series, I talk to American workers across various industries – from hospitality and technology to home care – to understand their jobs and hopes for the future. I hope you’ll check it out on Netflix on May 17,” he wrote.
Obama serves as one of the executive producers beside Michelle Obama. while Caroline Suh served as the director. The docuseries will be in a total of four episodes, each of 45 minutes.
The trailer shows large sections of people in the United States. They are speaking about their day-to-day jobs and the kind of roles that they prefer to do. We will see civilians talking about their work life. We can see Obama offering a voiceover in several parts of the video.
Barack Obama’s Netflix docuseries ‘Working’ examines the state of work in America
Barack Obama is getting to work — this time, examining three integral American industries and the people behind each.
In his latest Netflix docu-series, Working: What We Do All Day. The former president is unpacking the meaning of work today, asking questions about identity, dreams, respect, and communities. Also, how each relates to the jobs we hold. Obama hosts the four-part which speaks to people across technology, hospitality, and home care in order “to understand their jobs and hopes for the future”, as he wrote(opens in a new tab) on Twitter.
Both Barack and Michelle Obama served as executive producers for the series, which is directed by Caroline Suh.
The state of the workforce is at a crucial point. The massive occupying public interest and discourse since the pandemic. As layoffs mount, the role of artificial intelligence rises. Also, the job trends cause tangible changes, the series is seemingly coming at a good time.
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