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5 TV / OTT Shows Every Marketer Should Watch For Growth in Life and Career

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Whether there are marketing directors, creatives, publicists, or students of specialized careers. The following list of shows is almost mandatory. The lessons immersed in each of the shows that we present below, guarantee knowledge and deep reflection. But also the entertainment of the audience and especially marketing enthusiasts.

5 Shows Every Marketer Should Watch
5 Shows Every Marketer Should Watch

Despite the fact that television shows offerings seem to be filled with doctors, detectives, lawyers, and violence. Indulged between drug trafficking and ancient dramas. But still, there are some successful series whose stories revolve around the world of marketers.

5 Shows Every Marketer Should Watch

And here we present you the top 5 shows every marketer should watch; that are definitely essential for the growth of their career:

1. Mad Men (2007)

Perhaps the most recognized series on the marketing and advertising industry is Mad Men. The plot is based on the marketing agency business in New York and the work of Don Draper (Jon Hamm) at the Sterling Cooper Company. A must-watch classic show among the industry of marketers.

2. House of Cards (2013)

House of Cards (2013)
House of Cards (2013)

The hit Netflix original series ranks number two for its themes based on information manipulation, campaign strategies, and political marketing.

3. The Crazy Ones (2013)

The Crazy Ones (2013)
The Crazy Ones (2013)

Although short in duration, this series has regained meaning for fans in recent times as it was practically the last project of actor Robin Williams on television. Under the name Simon Roberts, Williams recreated a charming publicist who works in a successful marketing agency accompanied by his daughter.

4. Trust Me (2009)

Trust Me (2009)
Trust Me (2009)

This television series is about the lives of three characters – a copywriter, a creative director, and an associate – from an advertising agency who struggle to solve their personal problems while finding clients and facing the challenges of the marketing industry.

5. Mad About You (1992)

Mad About You (1992)
Mad About You (1992)

The nineties series starring Helen Hunt – in the role of Jamie Stemple Buchman, a specialist in Public Relations – joins the list of characters that this actress related to the world of marketing. It should be noted that in a crossover, this series entered the world of “Friends” where the character Chandler (played by Matthew Perry), became a copywriter jr for an agency in New York.

6. Silicon Valley

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Silicon Valley is a newly created television series. If you really like technology, entrepreneurs and such similar things, you should try this TV show. This TV series is about the lives of three tech geeks around technology. It is quite fun and informative at the same time.

7. Shark Tank

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Shark Tank

Aspiring entrepreneurs present their innovative and original business ideas to a group of investors, the so-called sharks, who will be in charge of deciding whether to invest in them or not.

8. Dragon’s Den

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This is an original Japanese show (‘Tiger of Money’) named as Dragon’s Den, in which anonymous entrepreneurial citizens present their ideas to a panel of investors, who will decide if the idea is viable and if they are interested in allocating money for its launch.

9. Better Call Saul

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Better Call Saul

Saul Goodman first appeared in 2009. Since then, his unusual character and his lack of second thoughts made him a corrupt lawyer. He also became one of the most popular characters in Breaking Bad series.

10. Planet of the Apps

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Planet of the Apps

Apple has created its first television program: ‘Planets of the Apps’ where application developers will be able to show their creations to a very select jury, who also be the mentor of the selected people later.

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