2018 Emmy Awards: Netflix returns with even bigger FYSEE campaign

Netflix is launching its most ambitious Emmy campaign to date with the return of FYSEE, which will take over three soundstages at Raleigh Studios for five weeks beginning May 6. New to the space this year will be a 300-seat theater that will host the screenings and panels detailed below.

In addition, there will be an expanded experiential floor with room for 500, as well as immersive activations such returning Netflix favorites as ” Black Mirror,” “The Crown,” “Grace and Frankie,” ” Orange is the New Black,” “Stranger Things” and “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.” Also featured will be the rookie series “Godless,” “Mindhunter” and “Ozark.”

In addition to panels dedicated to individual shows such as “Black Mirror,”  “GLOW,” “Grace and Frankie,” “Mindhunter” and “Ozark,” there will be themed events including “Change In Focus,” “Docu(Mmm)entary  Food Night,”  “Rebels and Rulebreakers” and “Scene Stealers,”

Monday, May 7
“My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman”

Tuesday, May 8
Docu(Mmm)entary Food Night
featuring “Somebody Feed Phil,” “Ugly Delicious and “Chef’s Table: Pastry”

Wednesday, May 9
“Dear White People”

Thursday, May 9
Scene Stealers

Saturday, May 12
Rebels and Rulebreakers

Friday, May 18
Change In Focus

Wednesday, May 30

Thursday, May 31
“Queer Eye”

Friday, June 1

Saturday, June 2
“Grace & Frankie” (Afternoon)
“One Day at a Time” (Evening)

Wednesday, June 6
“Black Mirror”

Saturday, June 9
“Ozark” (Afternoon)
“Godless” (Evening)

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