Just in case Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez wasn’t getting enough media coverage, Netflix will soon be streaming a documentary:
— The Hill (@thehill) February 7, 2019
The documentary also revolves around three other progressives:
Netflix has acquired worldwide rights to “Knock Down the House,” an award-winning documentary that chronicles the campaigns of four progressive candidates — @AOC @CoriBush @amy4thepeople and @paulajean2020 — in the 2018 midterm election. pic.twitter.com/s8YGoDKHsf
— See What's Next (@seewhatsnext) February 7, 2019
And, somewhat fittingly, it reportedly cost Netflix a pretty penny:
— Entertainment Insider (@EntInsider) February 7, 2019
That’s an awful lot of money for a doc about somebody who’s anti-greed, but maybe Netflix figured “you just pay for it.” Meanwhile, it has to be asked:
So where do I have to give out my Netflix login information so those less fortunate, you know, the ones unwilling to work, can enjoy it?
— Ahmed Johnson's Thong (@AhmedsThong) February 7, 2019
Will it be free, @netflix ? Free subscriptions to everyone not willing to pay?
— MobileTanuki (@mobilemutt) February 7, 2019
We’re sure our great commenters will have some title ideas, and other people had some thoughts on this as well:
Full-time campaign to elevate her. ?
Don’t forget to laugh. It’s all funny. https://t.co/MuUCusSjSv
— Jedediah Bila (@JedediahBila) February 7, 2019
Excellent. The comedy section has been lacking lately.
— Bacon Chakra ✝️ (@spazafraz) February 7, 2019
The opening scene will be a field full of cows all passing gas
— BV (@vt2tamu) February 7, 2019
That number keeps coming up around her name… pic.twitter.com/M9tF1iD2yv
— Dan Bowen (@ScotchGuyDan) February 7, 2019
should we watch it Blindfolded ala BirdBox?
— Black Rides Matter (@okie1011) February 7, 2019
Birdbox sequel anyone? https://t.co/NF5Q8V0eJz
— Randy Lahey (@what_are_u_doin) February 7, 2019
A show about somebody trying to re-design an entire nation’s economy while blindfolded could be entertaining.