We have the exclusive trailer reveal for Netflix's Eat the Rich: The GameStop Saga documentary series, which is set to debut on the streaming giant globally on September 28, 2022!

Eat the Rich: The GameStop Saga - Exclusive Trailer Reveal for New Documentary Series


Netflix has released the trailer for its upcoming documentary series, Eat the Rich: The GameStop Saga, which is set to debut on the streaming giant globally on September 28, 2022.
Here's how Netflix describes the series: "Eat the Rich: The GameStop Saga captures the wild ride of a group of misfits who banded together online to rescue GameStop, a company they loved when they were kids. Coalescing on Reddit, TikTok and Discord, they capitalized on a new age of investing with their thumbs to thwart Wall Street’s cynical ploy to burn the company down. By sending shares “to the moon,” these millennials felt they could stick it to the man, once and for all. But can 'the little guy' ever truly win against Wall Street?"
IGN can exclusively debut the trailer in the video below or at the top of the page:
The series is helmed by director Theo Love and executive producer Dan Cogan. Love informed IGN that while the real-world financial aspects of the story are more serious, he wanted this documentary series to have a lighter, more comedic tone.
We live for stories with high drama, high stakes, and memorable characters
"The Gamestop saga made us laugh and think," Love explained. "Those are the stories that I like to tell. While the real-world financial stakes couldn't be more serious, I wanted the tone of our documentary to mirror the funny memes that drove the narrative. My crew and I had the privilege of interviewing some of the top economists, lawmakers, law enforcement, investors, fin-fluencers, and architects of our modern financial system, while the online investing community was a treasure trove of amazing characters who had bet big on the short squeeze. It was our goal to combine and contrast these perspectives in the most entertaining way, using the tools of compelling storytelling to help our viewers understand the promises and pitfalls of this ubiquitous system that impacts their lives so deeply."
Eat the Rich: The GameStop Saga GalleryExecutive produced by Emmy and Academy Award-winning filmmakers Dan Cogan and Liz Garbus, this lively, comedic documentary series captures the wild ride of a group of misfits who banded together online to rescue GameStop, a company they loved when they were kids. Coalescing on Reddit, TikTok and Discord, they capitalized on a new age of investing with their thumbs to thwart Wall Street’s cynical ploy to burn the company down. By sending shares “to the moon,” these millennials felt they could stick it to the man, once and for all. But can “the little guy” ever truly win against Wall Street? As the resulting market frenzy pitted legions of amateur traders against hedge fund bigwigs, it became a viral David vs. Goliath story for the ages. With exclusive access to key members of Reddit’s wallstreetbets community who fueled the short burn movement, alongside everyday people who hitched their wagon to the GameStop train and luminaries of the financial world alike, Eat the Rich: The GameStop Saga offers a humorous look at the unlikely cast of characters who brought about the latest seismic shift in how the world’s money behaves. Release Date: September 28, 2022Release Date: September 28, 2022Release Date: September 28, 2022Release Date: September 28, 2022
Executive producer Dan Cogan of Story Syndicate also shared his passion for the project:
"We live for stories with high drama, high stakes, memorable characters, and something to say about the world we live in," Cogan said. "The GameStop saga has it all in spades. It was a flashpoint moment when everyday investors, the new world of social media, and big money Wall Street all collided — driving the stock of a dying brick-and-mortar company into the stratosphere and back to earth again over the course of a few memorable days."
What did you think of the trailer? Let us know in the comments. And for more on the world of entertainment, check out our reviews of Cyberpunk: Edgerunners Season 1, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, and Cobra Kai Season 5.

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