Get your subscription ready for Netflix, as the streaming service is set to air a new documentary on health. “Diagnosis” as the movie is series is titled, is adapted from the medical column of The New York Times. Monday Morning, Netflix released a trailer, and right there you can catch a glimpse of what the series is all about.
Various health scenarios are featured in the series, mostly mysteries, and the plan is to seek answers to them through the power of social media. You can expect this series to be highly engaging on social media, answers need to be found for those suffering from what they know not. In the trailer, you can see a six years old kid living with sporadic paralysis, which occurs “Hundreds of times a day.” Also featuring a young veteran who lost his memory.
This column in the New York Times has been written for about 15 years by Dr. Lisa Sanders, and as expected, she is expected to be a part of the series. The first season of the series would follow through the livelihood of various patients in a bid to diagnose and find answers to what is wrong with them. This series is one of those that will make you appreciate perfect health.
The series will be produced by Scott Ruddin, Simon Chin and Jonathan Chinn, of course, in association with the New York Times.
As said earlier, get your subscriptions ready, the first season drops sometimes this year.