‘Turbo Fast’ Featuring Speedy Snail Coming On Netflix, Inc. (NFLX)

Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) will stream a new series ‘Turbo Fast,’ which places the film’s characters in a children’s television show. “Turbo,” a creation of DreamWorks Animation was about a snail that wins Indianapolis 500. The series from Netflix will go back to the place where the snail and his friends were born.

Impressive visuals

The series starts when Turbo, a genetically modified snail, after winning at Indy comes back home only to discover that his active friends have built a track where he can race. Turbo will handle the mischiefs of the beetle in the first five episodes being posted on Tuesday. The first five episodes are impressive as the story is intelligently written and snail characters are attractive, says a report from NYTimes.

The series has the amazing visuals, and stands unbeaten on the expectations of the viewers with impressive video gaming visuals, the “transformers” style turnaround of snail shells, fixation on the sights, sounds and smells of the digestive process. Fellow snails of Turbo are colored in bold colors and one can differentiate from their way of talking who amongst them is a Hispanic snail, black Snail and the sexy snail.

Also, the series makers have decided to show the 2-D version of the series rather than 3-D animations. The colors used are good; movement is not artificial and has comparatively high level of detail, which has instilled confidence in Netflix that it could entertain the subscribers.

Netflix amongst the top entertainer

Recently, Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) was voted as the third top entertainer in the Associated Press annual survey newspaper and broadcast member and subscribers, in the top entertainer of the year. Netflix with 13 votes was behind Jennifer Lawrence and Miley Cyrus. The voters believed that Netflix has taken TV viewing to a different level with it’s on- demand videos and original series.

It received third spot for bringing original series and some award winning series like “House of Cards” and “Orange is the New Black.”

Sean Stangland of Paddock Publications in suburban Chicago praised Netflix and said “In a divided entertainment landscape that includes the fans of pop princesses like Miley as well as high-minded devotees of cutting-edge filmmaking, Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) is the one common denominator.”