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In the eight-episode series, Kondo guides people who are at a crossroads and resolved to finally tackle the clutter blocking their joy, transforming lives in emotional and surprising ways.
Kickstart the new year with a brand new Netflix series titled ‘Tidying Up With Marie Kondo’.
Streaming on the OTT platform from January 1, 2019, global organisation icon Marie Kondo promises to bring jot around the world as she helps people get organised in their daily lives.
The series is divided into eight episodes as Kondo guides people who are at a crossroads and resolved to finally tackle the clutter blocking their joy, transforming lives in emotional and surprising ways.
The trailer of the series established how people and Kondo have an emotional ride as she helps them to tidy up.
Throughout the series, Kondo will help a family of four who has relocated from a four-bedroom home in Michigan to a Los Angeles apartment as well as a recently widowed woman grappling with how to let go of her beloved late husband’s possessions – but not his memory. She will also help a young couple living in West Hollywood leave their college-style lifestyle behind and help soon-to-be parents pave their way for their future family.
The series is produced by The Jackal Group’s Gail Berman, Joe Earley and Hend Baghdady; and Marie Kondo, Takumi Kawahara, and Bianca Barnes-Williams.