“The Rain” is Netflix’s first original, foreign-language young-adult series.
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A human-made disaster occurs, survivors turn on each other and audiences go on dark journeys with little hope. "The Rain," a new, original young adult series released Friday by Netflix, does adopt some of these motifs but it tells the story of an environmental catastrophe through the eyes of Danish teens and other young people in Scandinavia where, unlike in the U.S., high-powered weapons are a rarity. Mosholt said the post-apocalyptic drama through the eyes of young people should have appeal to audiences around the world."The Rain" is Netflix's first original, foreign-language young-adult series.Later this year, Netflix will release "Baby," a coming-of-age story that explores the unseen lives of high school students in Rome.
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