Netflix dropped the trailer for its coming-of-age docuseries “Deaf U” from mannequin and deaf activist Nyle DiMarco, and the trailer wastes no time in diving proper into the relationship pool at Gallaudet University. As one pupil places it, “The ladies listed here are simply wow!”
Premiering Oct. 9, issues are inclined to get fairly steamy throughout the “tight-knit” group of scholars on the non-public school for the deaf and arduous of listening to in Washington, D.C. Maybe that has one thing to do with the college’s enrollment of 700 ladies and solely 300 males?
When one pupil laments that “People suppose I’m a f—boy,” one other reminds him (in American Sign Language): “If you speak and act like one, you most likely are one!”
Throughout the docuseries, the chums “navigate the excessive, lows, and hookups of faculty life collectively,” in keeping with Netflix. “Their tales supply an unprecedented, unfiltered, and infrequently sudden look contained in the Deaf group.”
The trailer was launched on Sept. 23 in honor of International Day of Sign Languages, a day that highlights the significance of supporting and defending “the linguistic id and cultural variety of all deaf individuals and different signal language customers,” in keeping with the United Nations.
“Deaf U” is govt produced by DiMarco, Eric Evangelista, Shannon Evangelista, Nyle DiMarco, and Brandon Panaligan.
Tune in to “Deaf U” when it premieres on Oct. 9.