Netflix boss says "I hope so" when asked if Barack and Michelle Obama will appear on their TV shows
“They have their eyes on film and television, fiction and non-fiction,” says chief content officer Ted Sarandos. “They want to do programming, storytelling that fits in with what they did during the presidency, obviously.” The Obamas, he adds, plan to cover everything from sports to lifestyle to nutrition — but not politics.
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