Young bankers and traders make their way in the financial world in the aftermath of the 2008 collapse.Young bankers and traders make their way in the financial world in the aftermath of the 2008 collapse.Young bankers and traders make their way in the financial world in the aftermath of the 2008 collapse.
I love it even more after seeing Episode 2. I didn't catch where Yasmin's parents are from but I love that she speaks Arabic. It is becoming one of those series that you don't want to end too quickly. The story is building gradually in the aftermath of episode 1.
I have seen comments about the show being heavily upvoted by 1 review authors. The arrogance of such comments make me understand why a show with diverse characters bothers them. Industry captures that feeling of finding your place as an outsider in a world dominated by people who don't look like you. Each person has a story that I identify with. Looking forward to next week already.
Industry is about the industry through the eyes of hopeful newcomers (interns). Imagine your first day at work (or school), you wonder how to fit in, who are your friends, will you survive? Then something or someone helps you pivot from newbie to active member. In Industry, it takes place in the financial district of Canary Wharf and its environs. The story feels real and if you are an avid viewer of UK dramas, you know that there is a lot of thrill and action bubbling beneath the surface to be revealed in later episodes.
The characters are attractive and the UK is yet to disappoint me when it comes to drama. I wished the whole season was released at once and I am looking forward to the next episodes. Watch it because I recommend it (Trust me, I am never wrong).
- Nov 14, 2020