Netflix 'Twentysomethings: Austin': 5 things to know about the reality competition
Netflix brings a fun-filled and energy-packed reality show that's sure to be your next top favorite
The coming-of-age story shows us eight twenty-somethings, who set out to find success in both life and love in Austin, Texas. Here, learning to navigate is the 'new normal' of 2020's America.
Living under one roof whilst experiencing both the highs and lows that come with being an adult can be tiresome. It's a given that one's twenties are the prime of their lives; crazy, weird, and you only get to live them once. The first look at Netflix's new docuseries, 'Twentysomethings: Austin', follows the story of a gang of eight young adults, all in their 20-somethings. They are all strangers, who move into a house in Austin, Texas. These newbie young adults are here at Austin with the common goal of stepping out of their comfort zones. As a group, they intend to come together to find success in both love and life.
When does 'Twentysomethings: Austin' release and where can you watch it?
'Twentysomethings: Austin' releases on December 10, 2021, and can be watched on Netflix.
What is 'Twentysomethings: Austin' all about?
The official synopsis reads: "A coming-of-age story of eight twenty-somethings who set out to find success in life and love in the liberal outpost and home to SXSW".
Who stars in the reality competition?
Michael Aaron Fractor
Moving to Los Angeles soon, Fractor says that weirdo from his hometown often catches his attention, which is the reason behind him hoping that Austin is where he'll be able to get a solid kickstart off of his stand-up comedy career.
According to his bio, it says that Michael is chasing this dream wherever it takes him, even if it's to a place of failure and being forced to give it up and make a change.
The rest of the cast includes Abbey Humphreys, Isha Punja, Natalie Cabo, Bruce Stephenson, Kamari Bonds, Raquel Daniels, and Keauno Perez.
The series is directed by Zach Merck and executive produced by Chris Culvenor and Wes Dening.