Product Hunt Daily Digest
February 15th, 2021

Reality TV for Startups
Numerous lockdowns and shelter-in-place orders have seen us binge-watching TV shows, documentaries, and movies with Netflix Party, or on Disney+, Peacock, Hulu, Apple TV and for a short time Quibi (RIP).

TV shows have kept us indoors and entertained during our downtime these last 12 months.

At the start of 2020 we got into a new reality show, launched not by a well-funded studio, but a B2B startup, 360Learning. Onboarding Joei follows Joei Chan through her onboarding process at a new company.

The mini docu-series popularity shocked Joei, "I was very surprised to see people other than my parents interested in watching the show," with people around the world tuning in to share in her frustrations and fears as she navigated a new role whilst the pandemic took hold.

Season two just kicked off as we see Joei take on the new challenge of growing a team and becoming a first-time manager in this remote-first world.

This well-filmed and very open show struck a chord with the community last year, and we're excited to follow along this year for season 2.

Some community reviews of season 1:

"This perspective is amazing, honest and valuable. If you didn't know any better, you'd think you were watching a Netflix produced show." -Kevin

"I love how this show is REAL. You could expect the company to be willing to hide some of the difficulties showcased in some episodes - but they didn't. Bravo" - Pauline

"My favorite series during the lockdown 😍" -Yevhenii
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