5 reasons to watch Industry

5 reasons to watch Industry

Disney+ Hotstar recently started streaming a show called Industry that follows a group of hungry, young graduates competing for a limited number of permanent positions at Pierpoint & Co., a leading bank in London while being thrown head-first into the exhilarating world of international finance. New episodes of the show are available weekly.

Here’s 5 reasons to watch Industry

1.   Ensemble cast

From Myha'la Herrold, Conor MacNeill, Marisa Abela to Priyanga Burford, the latest drama show - Industry features an ensemble cast of actors that’ll take us into an exhilarating ride into the cut-throat world of international finance. With their terrific performances, their cast will hook the audience and keep them on the edge of their seats. 

2.    Story of young graduates

Industry is a drama-thriller that follows a group of young graduates competing for a limited number of permanent positions at Pierpoint & Co., a leading bank in London. From the never ending work pressure to ruthless competition in the work environment, the characters of the series go through the same journey as every corporate professional and struggle to discover their true selves and unveil their strengths.  The characters and their struggle will inspire every young graduate entering the corporate world and taking the rest down their memory lane to live their initial office days.  

3.    Welcome to the corporate world!

Tight deadlines, cut-throat competition and much more is seen in the corporate world. Whether it is late-night meetings or urgent deadlines, one must bear it all in a corporate world with the ease of a smile. But will these young and fresh graduates be able to cope with the intense competition and survive their journey? Watch the show Industry to know 

4.    Peek Into The World Of Finance

In the high-stakes, constantly-evolving environment of finance, if you snooze you lose. Industry gives us an insight into the workings of an international bank through the eyes of young graduates. It delves into what makes these employees tick while highlighting what they must do to succeed.

5.    Characters Tackle Issues of Gender, Race, Class & Privilege

Besides following the personal and professional lives of the graduates, and providing a sneak-peek into the high-pressure environment of international finance, the characters in Industry are also seen tackling problems of gender, race, class and privilege – an aspect that makes it a well-rounded as well as relevant series for you to watch.