The show comes from creative documentary producer Glen Zipper along with the versatile Amy Berg, whose previous work has included directing the Oscar-winning documentary “Deliver Us from Evil.” There’s nothing to dissect about this particular project. Dogs, as is obvious, is through and through a series about Dogs. The series is devoted to researching the thesis that dogs are great and we all should care to spend more time appreciating what they do for us. So basically, it’s the least offensive, the most crowd-pleasing documentary film that could ever be made. Dogs will show you how every individual is connected to their pets in one way or the other.
Amy Berg has directed some parts of the series, along with an impressive set of filmmakers – Roger Ross Williams (“Life,” and “Animated”), Heidi Ewing (“Jesus Camp”), T.J. Martin and Daniel Lindsay (“Undefeated”), and Richard Hankin (“The Jinx”) who are also behind the camera for a number of episodes.
First, there was the surprisingly excellent revival of the Queer Eye. Now there’s Dogs, a series for anybody who has ever wasted hours staring at a fluffy dog’s pictures on Instagram or used the term “Cutie Patootie” or “Aww so cute! I wish I owned one” in casual conversation.
The series Dogs joined the burgeoning list of the many November Netflix documentary series, which included the military-themed “Medal of Honor,” the acclaimed aspiring singer/songwriter story “Westside,” and deliciously attractive cooking competition show “The Final Table.” Netflix has become home for documentary and reality TV fanatics. It’s hard to pursue a series which goes full well, but as it closes on its end, it leaves you feeling depressed and hopeless. Fortunately, Netflix appears to have specialized in pet based documentaries like “Dogs,” and for these people to take comfort in, we have a series purely based on dogs. which actively works to cheer the audience up and make us feel a little amazing about the relation between human and pets.
Dogs Cast: Who’s in it?
Documentaries are fundamentally based on real-life stories, captured and represented uniquely. “Dogs” is just like that. Dogs is a documentary with real people. Thus all of the cast does not consist of those who are actors in their professional lives. Beth, Carly, and Corinne are a few you can see on-screen.
Dogs Plot: What is it about?
Glen Zipper, the show’s Programmer and executive producer, said his life Changed in 2003 when he met a little pup. He knew it wasn’t what he wanted to do and worked as a prosecutor. But somehow the idea behind Dog played the dominant game changer, and he followed that.