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Netflix is ​​producing a TV series on Spotify

Netflix is ​​producing a TV series on Spotify

Netflix announced that he was working on a TV series on Spotify. The streaming giant has decided to exploit the original story of one of the biggest hits in the music industry to make a new one original series without title. According to what has been revealed, the series will tell a “fictionalized account” of the co-founders of Spotifyincluding the head of service Daniel Ek. Let’s find out all the details.

Netflix will produce a TV series inspired by Spotify’s story

The series will be divided into six parts and will document the rise of Spotify under Daniel Ek and its business partner Martin Lorentzonas reported by Variety.

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The series is inspired by The Spotify Play (Spotify Untold), a novel written by authors Jonas Leijonhufvud and Sven Carlsson, which offers more than “seventy interviews, along with previously untapped sources”.

Variety also reports that the show will feature Swedish actors Edvin Endre in the role of Ek e Christian Hillborg in that of Lorentzon. It is unclear if a Steve Jobs-like figure will appear in the film, although it could happen. The figure of Jobs turns out to be an important character within the novel.

The Spotify Play in fact tells of the seemingly never-ending battle between Spotify and Apple and Jobs is featured in the book’s narrative about the Apple push-back against the launch of Spotify in the United States. As the authors themselves claim that their information about Jobs was central to the narrative of the bookit would be a shame to leave that detail out of the show.

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Netflix has it anyway refused to confirm to The Verge if the character will appear in the series.

At the moment we have no further information regarding the series. However, the streaming giant has confirmed that will be available in 2022.

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