Netflix goes to the Dogs with docuseries

30 . Oct . 2018
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  • Netflix brings Dogs to streaming audiences.

Netflix dropped the trailer of Dogs, a new docuseries that talks about individual instances of dog and human friendship. The six-part series talks about people and their connection with dogs in places like Syria, Japan, Italy, United States of America and Costa Rica.

Some of the stories include Corrinne, a 11-year-old girl who suffers from traumatic seizures and has her canine Rory to assist. Then, there’s Ayham, a Syrian refugee who’s finding a way to reunite with his Siberian husky, Zeus. The next is Italian fisherman Alessandro, a fisherman who uses the help of his 10-year-old Labrador, Ice during tourist season.

This is one of the first documentaries on Netflix that have an emotional connect to it instead of a crime-based theme or something like that. It’s good to see that Netflix is bringing documentaries that have a human touch to it. The docuseries will premiere on Netflix on November 16.

Watch the trailer here: