Servant of the People (2015– )

TV Series   |  Comedy


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A political comedy about ordinary school teacher becoming the President of Ukraine. He tries to live an ordinary life without all 'President's privileges' and works really hard to build a ... See full summary »


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11 June 2019 | vnachychko
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| Best brainwashing TV show in history
TV show that succesfully was used to brainwash the half of the country. It was streamed at the american Netflix and main ukrainian channels to reach as large an audience as possible. Everything showed in the series was used to portray main character in a good light. Then in real life people started to see this character instead the actual person that was in front of them. People are still blind, but sadly there will be time when they understand the true meaning of everything that was going on during 2019 election of president in Ukraine. I don't know if there have been more genius and at the same time disgusting TV show ever done.

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Release Date:

16 October 2015

Language

Russian


Country of Origin

Ukraine

Box Office

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$877,783

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