Netflix rolled out its seemingly “anti-awakening” reality show “Snowflake Mountain” this week, UpRoxx reported.
The series, according to the YouTube description of its trailer, depicts “snowflakes stuck at home with zero life skills” having to survive in the desert.
Netflix notes that “Snowflake Mountain” features 10 “spoiled young adults” and its episodes are described as including butchering deer, building fires and climbing trees.
You can watch the show’s trailer below.
The show comes as Netflix continues to defend comedians who have made transphobic remarks in comedy specials on the on-demand platform.
Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos, who accepted the Entertainment Personality of the Year award at a Cannes Lions conference on Thursday, reiterated his support for Dave Chappelle and Ricky Gervais, who made jokes about trans people.
Sarandos said the service has “always been a believer in the art” of comedy, TAUT reported, and that the company aims to appeal to people with varying comedic tastes.
“We won’t make everyone happy, but that’s the beauty of demand: you can turn it off,” Sarandos said.
“The reason comedy is difficult is that we don’t all laugh at the same thing. We all cry at the same thing, so drama is a little easier to pull off, but when it comes to comedy, it’s very different.