Speaking to The Sun, the runner whose name has not been revealed, said; ‘Senior staff went to a harassment meeting to learn what is and isn’t appropriate. Looking at anyone longer than five seconds is considered creepy.
‘You mustn’t ask for someone’s number unless they have given permission for it to be distributed. And if you see any unwanted behaviour, report it immediately.’
Other rules reportedly include; avoid lingering hugs, don’t ask people out more than once, steer clear if they say no.
Filming of Netflix show House of Cards was disrupted after Kevin Spacey was accused of sexual harassment, the company reacted by swiftly cutting his role and recasting him.
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You Me Her
We're already two seasons in to this series and if you haven't caught up yet, it might be time to schedule you're next Netflix binge. To bring you up to speed: You Me Her is about a throuple. Not a couple, there's three of them in a relationship and the series follows the highs and lows of their trying to navigate this version of polygamy with all of the usual tropes of your favourite romance-orientated American sitcoms.
Available 1 June 2018
If you've been missing a dose of Mindy Kaling from your television schedule she's back in all of her comedic glory. Champions sees Mindy reunite with a high school fling and introducing him to their 15-year-old son, Michael (who will win you over almost immediately). Sure, the plot line might not be revolutionary, but it makes for an easy, funny watch.
Available 12 June 2018
Television's favourite female wrestlers are back for their long awaited second series. We're going back to the 80s to join the Gorgeous Ladies Of Wrestling as they battle it out for the GLOW championship. There's going to be another ten hilarious episodes to enjoy so you might want to carve out a good chunk of time now.
Available 29 June 2018
The Fab Five are back way sooner than any of us could have dreamed! The revival of the noughties make-over franchise quickly came to define our 2018 and season 2 is undoubtedly at the top of many a watch list.
Available 15 June 2018
Another month, another Netflix documentary to fuel office chit chat for a good few days. The Staircase tells the story of crime novelist Michael Peterson, who was charged and convicted of the murder of his wife Kathleen. The docu-series originally aired back in 2004, and this new installment will include the original episodes alongside new revelations about what happened ahead of Peterson's conviction.
Available 8 June 2018
Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami
A fierce and fascinating look into international icon Grace Jones' life is making it's way to Netflix. Unlike many documentaries about the famous women of our time, the focus isn't tragedy but rather an energetic and poignant making of Grace's life and career.
Available 1 June 2018
Planet Earth II
Planet Earth II needs no introduction, just rest assured that you'll have access to the soothing sounds of David Attenborough's voice against the chirps, coos and mating calls of the animal kingdom on demand very soon.
Available 11 June 2018
In amongst the boozy brunches, lazy afternoon picnics and weather-dependent BBQs, you're going to want some serious down time. The type of down time that calls for a vaguely familiar storyline retold by four funny female Hollywood stars. Here's the answer to your call.
Available 7 June 2018
However, these rules seem a little extreme – I mean how can you have a serious conversation with someone without looking at them for more than five seconds?! But maybe that’s just what we need.
Having clear boundaries might be just the thing to help people understand the difference between warranted and unwarranted behaviour. If someone says no when you ask them on a date, they most likely aren’t playing hard to get, they’re just not into you.
These new rules also enable victims of harassment to bring up specific boundaries that a colleague has breached – for example; ‘he asked for my number more than once, Netflix has deemed that act to be against their anti-harassment guidelines, so I’m raising a complaint.’
The #MeToo movement made it very clear that we have a serious sexual harassment problem, not just in Hollywood, but in many other industries and outside of the workplace too, so these measures might seem dramatic, but the problem calls for some drastic action to make sure this doesn’t continue to happen.
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