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The best events organized to promote a series
Because some series are a must-see and deserve the most incredible events, here is our selection of the best experiences organized to put a series in the spotlight!
The Walking Dead
In 2018 in Lille, a Walk of Deads was organized. The concept? To make the participants live an experience of survival and immersion in the universe of zombies and the series The Walking Dead. Hordes of undead and antidotes to be found were on the menu!
Last September, a special Peaky Blinders Festival was held in Birmingham, the city of the Shelby's! The event offered a total immersion to its audience who could stop for a drink in Alfie's rum distillery or hurtle down Garrison Road, just like in their favourite series.
For the release of its series Narcos: Mexico City in 2018, Netflix France hit the headlines by sponsoring a boat leaving for the 'Route du Rhum', heading for Guadeloupe! The boat bore the faces of the two main characters of the series on its mainsail.
Recently, for the release of season 2 of Sex Education, Netflix partnered with Belgian photographer and director Charlotte Abramow to create "Le Petit Manuel Sex Education", which aims to educate its readership on issues related to gender, sexuality and consent. It sold out in just a few days!
La Casa de Papel
On April 3, 2020, the new season of Casa de Papel will be released! For the occasion, the Monnaie de Paris is organizing a giant escape game entitled La Casa de Papel Expérience! The idea? Stop being a spectator and take part in an international "burglary" in immersion in a life-size game. See you in April!
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Originally created by Prince Rainier III of Monaco, and now under the Honorary Presidency of H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco, the Monte-Carlo Television Festival has become the The Not-to-be-Missed TV event for the entire television industry.