The face of television is changing because of the two Netflix series “Orange is the New Black” and “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” in different ways. Both series helped launched streaming channels as a rival to TV broadcast, two of its casts are debating that Netflix is leading the journey to more LGBT and multicultural casts on TV.
Titus Burgess plays Titus Andromedon on “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” explains Netflix means multiplicity.
Burgess talked about the TV and multiplicity on a discussion called titled “A Diversity Revolution: How Non-Network Shows are Shattering Mainstream Norms,” together with “Whosay” editorial director Kirstin Benson, Dascha Polanco and Uzo Aduba in New York Advertising Week.
In the U.S. territory, according to the study of Nielsen, there is fast growing number of consumers from the LGBT community which makes it $884 million in 2014. Burgess claimed that this will represent that evolving face of American society and he is hoping to see this on TV.
Recently, Netflix released a new trailer showing viewers can not enjoy Netflix Original show using their Apple gadgets. Before fans could only enjoy their favorite episodes of “Orange is the New Black,” and other series on Netflix confined in their computers and laptops.
The video shows two of the most favorite characters of the show, Suzanne “Crazy Eyes” (Uzo Aduba) and Taystee (Danielle Brooks) on one Litchfield prison inmate’s bed. It shows both inmates questioning and confused how a gadget was sneaked into the cell. Then Siri greeted them after Taystee ticked on the home button. The clip is so funny. Check it below.
Netflix released the clip for promotions and will not be a scene in “Orange is the New Black,” Season 4. On the other hand, the streaming service revealed it so that viewers will be motivated to watch the series online using their Apple device, like the iPod Touch, iPads and iPhones.