Deaf U

Amongst all the similar shows that crowd our watchlist, Deaf U will provide the viewers with a fresh perspective. As you can probably guess from the title, this show is focused on disabled people. This docuseries will be one of a kind, that will stay in the audience’s mind for a long time.

The show features students from Gallaudet University. These students try to depict life through their eyes, which is a unique perspective for all the viewers, regardless of their own physical condition.

Who will be in the show?

The show will feature Daequan Taylor, Cheyanna Clearbrook, Renate Rose, and Rodney Buford. They are the subjects of the show. The series is produced by Nyle DiMarco. In this show, the audience will get a glimpse of the daily lives of the students at Gallaudet. Gallaudet is a famous university in Washington DC, primarily for those who are disabled. It is a private college catering to students who are deaf and even people who are hard of hearing.

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In the CTAM tour Tuesday, conducted by Netflix, these brave students spoke about their experiences and challenges that they faced while filming such a show. They can only hope that the audience would be perceptive enough to take away valuable lessons from this show. DiMarco has said that all deaf people are, at the end of the day, people. They are also human beings who face the same challenges and joys as people without any physical disabilities.

When will this show be released?

The viewers will not have to wait for a long time to watch this amazing show. Deaf U will be released on the 9th of October,2020. Audiences should gear up for this chance to hear from an underrepresented group. All deaf students at the university had different experiences. Some came from families with deaf people, some lost their hearing at a young age. Each of these individual stories is heartwarming and worthy of watching. Anyone who participated in the show told their own stories to help in breaking boundaries and telling the true meaning behind not being able to hear anything.