Ryan O’Connell is getting the Netflix therapy.
The actor is starring in a brand new sequence for the streaming service, based mostly on his memoir I’m Particular: And Different Lies We Inform Ourselves. Netflix launched a trailer for the present on Monday.
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“Honey, there’s nowhere I’d quite be,” O’Connell informed Vulture of Netflix. “They don’t care concerning the intercourse stuff. They don’t care concerning the cursing.”
“There’s simply no Netflix model,” he continued. “The model of Netflix is that they do all the things, so that you’re not attempting to make your present extra like a Netflix present, ‘trigger what does that even imply? From a artistic standpoint, I’m in f**king heaven. I really can’t work for anybody else. I’m so spoiled.”
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The 15-minute episodes of “Particular” observe Ryan, a homosexual man with gentle cerebral palsy, who chases the life he desires after years of settling for much less.
The sequence debuts globally on Netflix on April 12.