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Little Things: From a Viral YouTube Web Series to Becoming a Netflix Show

Little Things: From a Viral YouTube Web Series to Becoming a Netflix Show

Anirudh Pandita, Ashwin Suresh, and Aditi Shrivastava quit their jobs overseas and came to India to live their lives doing movie business and founded Pocket Aces. And it actually turned out to be a risk worth taken.

In this year July, the American video-streaming giant Netflix has announced that it is going to stream the season 2 of the web series, Little Things produced by Dice Media.

Started originally on YouTube with season 1, Little Things is a slice-of-life web show. The web series comprised five 15-minute episodes and it is all about a young urban couple and the “little things” in their relationship. The series came four years after the founding of Pocket Aces and it went on to become the company’s first viral hit. Little Things got over 32 million views and it’s still counting.

The founding trio of Pocket Aces is keeping extremely high hopes with the series and has a fixed deal with Netflix, which has over 130 million subscribers worldwide. And finally, on Friday Little Things has arrived Netflix with its eight 30-minute episodes and is already becoming a well-liked show on the platform.

“The benefit for us is that Netflix is available in multiple countries—190—so there’s a chance the show breaks out somewhere else,” said Pandita. “That’s the greatest hope for us.”

Little Things is already a show with a massive fan base in India. And having Netflix by the side, there is a possibility that the show might get future seasons.


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