Moss says advertising has brought his writings to the general public, around the world, and he has enjoyed the opportunity to explore the genres of docuseries. But, he says, this “is not the right approach in any case” and “there has been, at times, a compulsion to develop an issue that would not be in line with many other approaches.”
What makes docuseries, not long notes, profitable or attractive? Hard to say. “Netflix does not offer the methods they use to determine what appears to be successful,” says Dan Rayburn, a marketing specialist with Frost & Sullivan, a market research firm. “The reason we don’t know, really, is how it affects each of these marketing activities in determining what is to be done or how long it should be.”
Still, we can reason. Rayburn says there is no additional cost to upgrading online services compared to paying for extra space in a TV program or video game site. If you have a five-hour item and you usually change it up to two, he says, “Why not put it on?” Similarly, it is costly to create a sequence using old paintings, and there is no lower risk once you have a permanent fanbase. “Netflix doesn’t just think about a lot of things, they have data behind it to show what is considered good money and what is not,” says Rayburn.
But are good money and good things the same? Guggenheim colleague Matt Wolf, director of Spaceship Earth, states that the form of docuseries works best on a specific type of crime when there is “a case with a sufficiently twisted one that needs to be repackaged.” But, he says, filmmakers have always been filming for hundreds of hours, and now there is a “risk of misinterpretation of a wide range of media stories.”
However, both Moss and Wolf think that follow-up documentation can be important and is a motivating factor for the healthcare industry. “As a filmmaker, I like the idea that the characters in the stories are so captivating that when the viewer finishes watching a movie or a series that keeps thinking about the characters,” says Wolf.
Moss says that whenever it was filmed in modern times, there has always been an upcoming question of “Where will I end this story?” Nowadays, fiction should not end, we can still see it Tiger Kings 3, 4, 5, and 6 plus a special Christmas bonus. “Personally,” says Moss, “I always admit that things are not as they seem to be. And sometimes I just have to move on, mentally, and it ‘s better to finish the film and do something new. ” Boys State was made as part of, but now makes “not the next but his brother,” Girls State, about the similarities between the girls and the Boys State camp. “We just think that’s the point of continuing the conversation,” Moss says.
In the case of Tiger King 2, the discussion so far seems to be: “Look at how our last video affected you.” But Moss says this has never happened before. Lost Paradise: Killing Children at Robin Hood Hills was the 1996 edition of West Memphis Three; followed by 2000 Paradise Lost 2: Revelation and 2011 i Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory. Recent follow-up began with the inclusion of original film content; and official trailer for the third video he expressed joy Entertainment Weekly the phrase: “We like to think of movies as fun. But from time to time, they have the power to change lives. ”