Streaming platform Netflix has added Servant of the People, Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky’s satirical series to its content.
The Hollywood Reporter disclosed that the series, which was part of Netflix's library from 2017 to 2021, is back on the platform as of Wednesday, March 16.
Servant of the People revolves around a teacher (Zelensky) who unexpectedly ascends the political ladder to become his nation's ruler after a rant against corruption goes viral on social media.
The series aired for three seasons and came to its conclusion after Zelensky made the decision to run for president of Ukraine in 2019 under the banner of a new political party called Servant of the People.
Speaking on the show, Swedish TV group Echho Rights managing partner, Nicola Söderlund', said: "The series is a comedy but also an important document of where Zelensky comes from.
"His fictional president is a normal man, who grows into his role as a heroic and adored leader.
"While the real-world scenario facing Zelensky and the Ukrainian people is far more grim and appalling than the comedy of the series, there are obvious parallels with the real-world situation, and Servant of the People is a fascinating, important, and historic piece of television."