“Eteros ego” is the first Greek series to be one step ahead of Netflix
Sotiris Tsafoulias’ “Eteros Ego” will make viewers around the world hear Greek, and we look forward to hearing Americans say Pygmalion Dadakaridis!
Can there be police fiction made in Greece by the standards of the most famous series in the world? If so, are viewers willing to give it a chance, without dismissing it with the superficial argument “Greece is not for police…”. From the Greek audience that loved “Eteros Ego” the answer is YES and most likely viewers of all nationalities will have the opportunity to watch the dark universe of the Greek series!
According to a report by “Folia ton Kou Kou”, the neo-noir creation by Sotiris Tsafoulias is in advanced discussions with Netflix. The home entertainment platform has specific specifications that are divided into five stages in order for a program to be integrated into the content it offers. In terms of aesthetics, performance from a technical point of view and quality, the two cycles of “Eteros Ego”, “Lost Souls” as well as the brand new “Katharsis” cover them with the above.
The high-level production, the careful direction and the exciting plot have led the Netflix executives very close to making the decision for the first time to include a series that speaks Greek, in the rich content of the platform. The final decisions are expected to be made in the near future and if all goes well and “Eteros Ego” is on Netflix, get ready for a global frenzy with Greek, as was the case with Spanish after Casa de papel.
Our hope is to go viral all over the world, the enjoyable Luben antihero of the underworld played by Dimitris Kapetanakos in the series and his “poetic” outbursts to travel to the ends of the earth!
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