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In the era of representation and diversity, Netflix presents a new comedy series that is already being hailed as the "queer version of The Devil Wears Prada" – Glamorous. With its fun premise and the standout performance of Kim Cattrall, known for her role as Samantha in Sex and the City, this show has all the potential to become a smashing success on the platform.
Originally commissioned by the American network CW, Glamorous underwent significant changes after being acquired by Netflix due to various structural alterations within the channel.
By releasing Glamorous, a series that prominently features LGBTQIA+ culture, Netflix aims to end Pride Month on a high note.
Now available on catalog of Netflix, Glamorous shares a striking resemblance to the 2006 film The Devil Wears Prada, starring Anne Hathaway and Meryl Streep.
For those who may not remember, the movie follows the story of Andrea, a journalist who, despite having no interest in the world of fashion, becomes the assistant to the powerful Miranda Priestly, the chief editor of a renowned fashion magazine.
In contrast, Glamorous delves into the journey of Marco Mejia, a young queer individual whose social, romantic, and professional life seems to be at a standstill.
Everything changes when Marco is hired by Madolyn Addison, a legendary businesswoman in the makeup and cosmetics industry.
From that point on, Marco finally has the chance to discover what he truly wants in life, who he really is, and what it genuinely means to be a queer person.
"Following his employment with a cosmetics magnate, Marco embarks on an incredible journey of self-discovery, professional chaos, and romantic challenges," states the official synopsis of Glamorous on Netflix.
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Glamorous: A Journey of Marco Mejia towards Self-Discovery and Queer Success is a series that promises to captivate viewers with its blend of glamour, comedy, and poignant themes. With Kim Cattrall leading the way, this production not only offers entertainment but also serves as a celebration of representation and diversity. As Marco navigates through his personal and professional challenges, audiences are invited to join him in redefining identity, embracing individuality, and finding their place in the world. So get ready to immerse yourself in the captivating world of Glamorous, now streaming on Netflix, and witness Marco Mejia's extraordinary path of self-discovery and queer empowerment.