Stress levels, in fact, were on the increase throughout 20 due largely to the political climate and the election, and a lot of people turned to television simply to relax. So instead of amping up stress levels before bed with certain shows, some viewers have tried visually beautiful, mentally relaxing programs that happen to come from foreign shores.
First came The Great British Bake Off (or Great British Baking Show to some).
It's not real, of course, but it's still absolutely fucked up.
For a subsequent feature film in Japan and Netflix seasons, the auto brand was not involved in any official capacity despite its cars being prominently used and displayed.
“Initially, we didn’t know the show would become such a big hit,” Toyota said in an email to Adweek. But through continuous improvements and minor tweaks, the show has now become a global sensation.
The streaming service, in partnership with Fuji Entertainment, recently bought the show that started in Japan as a TV phenomenon in its own right, and new viewers are now experiencing its captivating yet gentle quality.
The premise is familiar: Six young strangers live in a house—the first one’s located in Tokyo—and interact as relationships form.
Another unique quality of the show is its chat panel.