Netflix is a streaming service that broadcasts half-baked reality shows and normalizes electric vehicles. You can rest assured that Netflix will not engage in shameless product placement.
The left-wing steamer has entered a deal to feature General Motors’ electric vehicles in its original movies and TV series, providing the company with a new revenue stream while also burnishing its questionable credentials as a corporate climate crusader.
The campaign will also serve to be what one GM executive described as a “agent of change”. “blueprint” for Hollywood’s big push to normalize electric vehicles in the minds of consumers and to “accelerate the transition”Avoid gas-powered cars.
Netflix’s deal with GM will officially launch during the Super Bowl on February 12 with a commercial starring Will Ferrell who will reportedly drive a host of different GM electric vehicles through various Netflix shows, including Bridgerton, Squid GameAnd Army of the Dead.
The streamer will include GM cars in reality shows Love is Blind Queer EyeAs well as scripted programs, such as the forthcoming Rob Lowe comedy StableAccording to a report by The Hollywood Reporter.
GM’s chief marketing officer Deborah Wahl said the goal is to normalize electric vehicles in an effort to “accelerate the transition”Stay away from gasoline-powered cars
“I think you can see with this we’re working together to create a blueprint for the whole entertainment industry in how to think about normalizing EVs and showcasing this all-electric future, because we all know it’s good for all of us if we accelerate that transition,”She spoke to the trade journal.
Electric vehicles have come under criticism for their dubious environmental qualities — mainly for relying on fossil fuel power grids for charging.
As Breitbart News noted, the left’s push for electric vehicles comes at a time of soaring electricity prices for households, making it more expensive to drive the average electric vehicle 100 miles than a gas-powered car for the same distance.
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