Netflix and Instagram are partnering for a new series, Wanna Talk About It which will feature some of the streaming services popular stars talking about taking care of yourself during the pandemic.
The Instagram series, Wanna Talk About It will start on Thursday, April 9 on @Netflix at 4:00pm PT/7:00pm ET. The series will continue to run every Thursday through May 14.
The stars will discuss questions and challenges that young people are facing during the coronavirus pandemic. They’ll talk through topics such as, what helps if you’re having trouble sleeping? How do you stay connected during social distancing? How do we manage anxiety? And what does self-care actually mean?
Actors and actresses appearing on the new series will include, Noah Centineo (To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before), Joey King (The Kissing Booth), Ross Butler (13 Reasons Why), Caleb McLaughlin (Stranger Things), Lana Condor (To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before), Jerry Harris (Cheer), and Alisha Boe (13 Reasons Why).
They’ll pair up with mental health experts to talk about topics from @Netflix on Instagram. Including experts from organizations like National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), Mental Health America, The Trevor Project, Crisis Text Line and American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
The first episode of Wanna Talk About It will launch on Thursday, April 9 at 4:00pm ET/7:00pm PT. Noah Centineo (To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before) will be joined by Dr. Ken Duckworth, Chief Medical Officer at the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), to discuss the topic of self-care.
You can watch the trailer for Wanna Talk About It below:
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if you're feeling really stressed and anxious, talking through the realities of this strange and confusing time can be super helpful. starting tomorrow at 4pm PT we're launching Wanna Talk About It? a weekly LIVE series on our Instagram about how to take care of yourself during a global pandemic. featuring interviews with Netflix talent and mental health experts who will dig into topics like sleep disorders, self care, and anxiety @afspnational, @crisistextline, @mentalhealthamerica, @namicommunicate, @trevorproject