As Autumn is around the corner we already have our watchlist loaded with the upcoming mainstream content. But for the people who would like to binge something different with a lighter approach to the hot button topic of conspiracy theories, Netflix has got you covered. Conspiracy theories have been something that never seems to take up a great deal of space in the mainstream genres. But with the announcement of the release date of Inside Job, Netflix has stepped into the world of conspiracy theories. It was at the Annecy Animation Festival that the OTT giant Netflix withdrew the curtains from the immensely anticipated project. During the Studio focus panel, it was announced that Shion Takeuchi’s creation Inside Job will be Netflix’s very first attempt at the adult animation genre.
Takeuchi is best known for his screenplay in some smash hit sitcoms “Gravity Falls” and “Disenchantment”. It is executively produced by Alex Hirsch while the screenplay is written by Alisha Brophy and Scott Miles. Credited for the soundtrack are the sound designer Marc Schmidt and the music editor Brad Hamilton. Now talking about the theme in brief in the universe of Inside Job the conspiracy theories are a part of the daily lives of the strange and colorful characters. Cognito Inc. is a company responsible for keeping these theories under wraps. Now if the idea of this unique and comedic take on this matter has intrigued you then you should definitely add Inside Job to your watchlist for the next month. All the other details on this upcoming Netflix original will be provided to you in this article. Moreover, the release date of Inside Job will also be revealed.
Inside Job Release Date
Netflix’s new animated series Inside Job is all set to release on October 22, 2021. The series will consist of 20 episodes and all will be out by the next month. Now if you have been wondering that if the series might delve too deep into the political landscape then we have a piece of relaxing news for you. The makers and writers have assured that it will not circumnavigate too close to the political aspects but rather will break in some classic and fictional theories. In a nutshell, this adult animated series will oppose the polemical material in a unique way that will be fun to watch. The first look was revealed by the streamer recently and while we still await the trailer here’s a skim through the storyline of Inside job.
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What is Inside Job about?
The adult comedy follows a narrative that revolves around the shadow government and the dysfunctional team. As the show focuses on the vexed conspiracy theories the daily grind of this team is to keep these conspiracies discreet. The anti-social tech prodigy Reagan Ridley has to deal with every sort of thing she is not at all meant for. Starting from complex coverups, secret societies to the carousal etiquettes come under the work culture of Cognito Inc.
Besides her reckless coworkers, she also has to deal with her unhinged father. While Reagan finds it hard to fit in she still believes that the world could be a better place. Regan has planned it all and noted everything down she has to manage in order to get her dream promotion. On the flip side, Will she be able to manage? Well, that’s something I have no clue about. For that, you have to watch the series as it streams on the OTT platform in about a month.
Voice Actors and Characters
Besides the plot, the other thing that managed to grab the attention of the fans was the star-studded voice cast of this Netflix Original. The protagonist Reagan Ridley has been voiced by the “Mean Girls” actor Lizzy Caplan. Rand is Reagan’s father and some of the other characters are Brett Hand, JR Scheimpough, Dr. Andre, and Gigi. While Christian Slater will give his voice for Rand, “The Office” star Clark Duke plays Brett Hand, Reagan’s love interest. Dr. Andre will be played by Bobby Lee, Glenn by voice actor John DiMaggio. Another side addition is the character of Magic Myc. It is a psychic subterranean mushroom creature and is voiced by the “Fleabag” actor Brett Gelman.