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The 80s are making their comeback!
From Stranger Things to Chernobyl, many of the current series take place in the 1980s. Nostalgia and glitter are on the agenda.
The Get Down
One of the first original Netflix series, The Get Down is a musical and colorful series that traces the genesis of the Hip-Hop culture born in New York. We discover how breakdance crews and rappers emerged in the middle of disco in the most deprived area of the city.
This series, which is constantly making people talk about it, is reminiscent of the 80s. Indeed, there are many references to that period within the series, whether musical or visual. Many old-fashioned accessories have even been brought up to date thanks to the program.
1986. For the first time in the history of American television, a women's wrestling show is created. The name is G.L.O.W., for "Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling". In the purest tradition of wrestling, participants are dressed in bling-bling bodies and multicolored headbands. This Netflix series plunges us right into the American TV shows of the 80s!
The series traces the significant events of Adam's childhood during the 1980s, in an extraordinary but loving family. Adam Goldberg grew up in an American family composed of Beverly, his invasive, but devoted mother, Murray, the completely lethargic father, his brother Barry, his sister Erica and his grandfather, Albert Solomon.
The 1980s were not only glitter and disco, but were also about wars, revolutions, and events that truly marked our world. The Chernobyl series, which depicts the explosion of a reactor at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in 1986 was unanimously acclaimed.
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Originally created by Prince Rainier III of Monaco, and now under the Honorary Presidency of Prince Albert II of Monaco, The Monte-Carlo Television Festival has, for more than half a century, presented the very best of television from around the world.