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100 Humans: Everything You Need To Know About The Netflix Project, Release Date, Plot And More


David Mudd

100 Humans is an upcoming Netflix original series. The theme of the shown is said to be based on wild social science which revolves around 100 completely different individuals as they go through some experiments.

100 Humans: Plot

The show is basically about social research. As the title suggests, the show will introduce 100 diverse individuals taking part in interesting social experiments exploring age, sex, happiness and other aspects of just being a human. The show will be a quirky, witty and playful ride for the audience.

This is not the first time Netflix is exploring the social experiment kind of genre. After the success of shows like ‘Love is Blind’, ‘Love Dot Corn’, ‘Derren Brown’ and ‘The Circle’, naturally, Netflix will take up more of such shows.

100 Humans: Release

100 Humans have an official release date of March 13 2020. From the summary given by Netflix and a short overview of the show on YouTube, the show seems like a fun drive to binge. So mark your dates on the calendar and give the show a try.

One of the hosts of the show, Sammy Obeid shared a trailer of the show on YouTube, and it looks damn funny.

The Hosts Of The Series

Three hosts, we can expect in the series are Zainab Johnson, Sammy Obeid and Alei Ward. These three will put 100 adults coming from different backgrounds on a test to figure out the aspects of being a human.

Zainab Johnson

Zainab Johnson from American KOKO and Avant Guardians will be one of the hosts. She’s a stand-up comedian, model and actress with an amazing on stage and screen presence. It’ll be interesting to see how she caries out all the fun experiments.

Sammy Obeid

Sammy is also a stand-up comedian best known for performing 1000 nights of comedy in a row. His comedy is known for its exciting and analytical style of wordplay, smart misdirection and ethnic humour.

Alie Ward

Alison Ann also is known as Alie Ward is a writer, actress and TV podcast host. She has won an Emmy Awards for CBS’ The Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation with Mo Rocca”.

We’ll get to see these three unique personalities leading the hundred diverse individuals through interesting and funny social experiments.