Netflix and Instagram merge for coronavirus-themed social media series

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - JANUARY 19: Caleb McLaughlin attends the 26th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Auditorium on January 19, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic)

During the epidemic of Netflix and Instagram, we will discuss the problems affecting the mental health of young people and give tips. Wanna Talk About It? The series will start broadcasting tomorrow. The series will be broadcast on Netflix’s Instagram account.

Tomorrow, Netflix and Instagram will release the weekly drama to star the stars featured in Netflix’s popular content and cover what happened during the epidemic. ‘Wanna Talk About It?’ The series will be broadcast on Netflix’s Instagram account every Thursday. This series will be one of the few new programs Netflix has emerged as the outbreak continues.

Names like Noah Centineo and Lana Condor (To All the Boys I and Loved Before), Caleb McLaughlin (Stranger Things) and Jerry Harris (Cheer); He will join experts in trusted mental health organizations such as National Alliance on Mental Illness, Mental Health America, The Trevor Project, Crisis Text Line.

In the series, the problems that young people face during the epidemic will be discussed:

‘How to deal with the tension that occurs with the problems experienced?’, ‘What should you do when you cannot sleep?’ Situations often encountered by young people such as will be among the topics of the series. The series is planned to continue until May 14.

On Netflix, Twitter ” Netflix and Instagram will talk about personal care during a global epidemic with a celebrity (Lana Condor, Joey King, Alisha Boe, Caleb McLaughlin, Jerry Harris, Ross Butler, Noah Centineo) every week about her personal care during the global epidemic. ? “ He shared a video that celebrities talked with.

Netflix and Instagram are not the only platform working for mental health during the coronavirus outbreak. Snapchat’s ‘Here for You’ feature allows users to access reliable information and resources when they search for words like tension, stress, and depression. Headspace also created a website with free meditation and sleep exercises.