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Netflix working on Dutch original Dirty Lines

Netflix has announced a new Dutch series called Dirty Lines. Pieter Bart Korthuis (Penoza) will write the script.

Netflix is working alongside producer Fiction Valley from Amsterdam on a new Dutch Netflix original. The series will investigate the emergence of erotic phone lines during the cultural revolution in the 80s.

The series will be called Dirty Lines and will be written by Pieter Bart Korthuis (Penoza). The series is based on the book 06-Cowboys, which has been written by Fred Saueressig and will revolve around Frank Stigter, the founder of Europe's first phone sex company.

Down below, you can watch the (Dutch) announcement video.

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