3 reasons why you should watch WeCrashed on Apple TV+

Perhaps you have already finished WeCrashed in its entirety (it is still a miniseries of a few chapters) or perhaps you have not even heard of it. It is what it has to have reached the Apple streaming platform without making much noise but at the same time having managed to slowly gain a foothold thanks to word of mouth. Just in case you are on the second side, today we are going to give you 5 reasons why you should give it a try. It’s worth it, we guarantee it.

WeCrashed, the rise and fall of an empire

3 reasons why you should watch WeCrashed on Apple TV+

WeCrashed ‘s proposal is clear and direct: to bring the audience up to date on the rise and subsequent fall of one of the most revolutionary companies in recent years. We are referring to WeWork -as you will see, the title of the series is very well drawn-, a company founded by the particular businessman Adam Neumann (together with his partner, Miguel McKelvey) and with which he tried to revolutionize the concept of co-working in all the world. So much so that at its best it reached almost 50,000 million dollars in value. There is nothing.

Directed by John Requa and Glenn Ficarra, the series features within its main cast an unrecognizable Jared Leto (who plays the aforementioned businessman) and a fantastic Anne Hathaway (responsible for bringing Neumann’s wife to life) and is available on Apple TV+ for just over a month.

If you want to know why you should be watching it right now, here are our reasons.

Why you should watch the WeWork series

These are the 5 reasons why you should give it a try.

It’s based on real events

If you don’t know exactly what happened to WeWork and you’re interested in learning about one of those “unicorn” companies that made gold out of (part of) smoke, this is your series. In it they recount the origin of the entire project quite well, it helps us to better understand what Neumann is like (his ego… and that of his wife) and what motivates him and, of course, what happened so that he finally took the notorious bump that suffered.

WeCrashed WeWork

The rhythm is also quite good (with some touches of humor, even) so getting bored is not an option here. Does it add new information to what was already known about this story? Little thing. Is it equally interesting to witness from the inside the rise and fall of the empire of someone as eccentric as Neumann? That always.

The performances are up to par.

You’ll have to look twice to realize that the man in charge of bringing the eccentric Adam Neumann to life is none other than the even more flamboyant Jared Leto . The actor physically transforms himself to give us a good performance in which he even takes care of his accent in the original version of him – the founder of WeWork is Israeli. Leto know how to give him his own touch and you end up believing it. He is also accompanied by the hand Anne Hathaway , who fantastically gets into the role of Rebekah Neumann, her wife, and whom she had not seen so well for a long time.

WeCrashed WeWork

The rest of the cast also works well (from America Ferrera to OT Fagbenle), thus helping as a whole to enjoy a well-cast series that will help you get fully into this fascinating story.

It’s a short series

Admit it: you, too, are getting more and more tired of shows that stretch out for long seasons for no reason. If this is the case, know that with WeCrashed it will not happen to you since it is a miniseries, a single season and with only 8 episodes .

WeCrashed WeWork

Each chapter, yes, lasts approximately an hour, but as a whole it is an easy proposal to digest and with the duration it deserves to feel that you have been told the story correctly.