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October 2020: MySeries in 500 words

Next to the Covid-19 pandemic, there was something else that dominated the news; The American presidential elections.

In October, the catering industry was pushed to the edge, alongside many other entrepreneurs and businesses that had to close down due to the corona countermeasures. But this wasn't the only thing that happened.

Trump, the current POTUS, has to run against Biden in the American elections. As I stumble across a lot of American websites, I couldn't escape from all the news surrounding Trump. I think that most of the networks and websites featured a lot of material that was either created by Trump or was created in order to say something about him.

Joe Biden - who seemed to have forgotten who he was up against - doesn't seem to be featured a whole lot. It's mainly Trump, and often his relationship with his wife, Melania, as well. And the most important news of all revolves around all the things that Trump doesn't seem to do right. It appears to be quite obvious who's going to become the new president. Biden will become the most powerful man in the world.

Whether or not Biden is an improvement over Trump is not something I'm entirely sure of. Luckily, as a Dutch person, I don't have to worry about that a whole lot. Although, in the Netherlands, the elections are coming up as well. Arjen Lubach has decided to continue his weekly news program during the elections.

Even though the end of the pandemic isn't close at all, it is a topic of discussion for the Dutch elections on the 17th of March 2021. But how will this happen? Will the pandemic be over by then and should we even elect a new government at the time? Only time will tell.

In the meanwhile, it is becoming more clear what the land of series is going to look like. The 2020-2021 season will look drastically different. Series will start at a later date and will also receive fewer episodes. This all happens to ensure that the 2021-2022 season will start on time. What the upcoming season is going to look like, isn't entirely clear as of yet. It all depends on certain circumstances.

And how will the spring/summer season be filled next year? Just like the various election results, we'll just have to wait. We don't have a glass sphere in which we can see the future. And even if we had one, would you want to take a look? I don't think I would. Let's just leave the future in the future.

We live in the moment and for now, we'll have to learn and live with face masks, disinfecting hand gel, the catering industry shut down, events that are cancelled and 1.5 meters of distance between everyone. Luckily, there is still a lot of series to watch on streaming services and thus, we don't have to get bored at home. And in November we can enjoy everything that surrounds the American elections.

With kind election greetings,


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