It’s been a year since the launch of Unbreakable: Inside the Making of the ‘Unbreakable’ Netflix series, but it’s still been a while since we’ve seen the first episode.
That changed this week, when Netflix revealed that it had filmed more than 2,500 hours of footage, which it says was the most of any movie studio.
Unbreakables creator and executive producer Steven Jobs also confirmed the footage was in production.
That’s a lot of content to be getting ready for a release in just a year.
To make sense of it all, we asked Jobs if he thought his film series was the best or worst film review.
“I think Unbreakably great, and I think Unbroken by no means is the worst film,” Jobs said, according to Recode.
“In the beginning, it was the worst of them all.
But as time went on, it got better and better.
And then, yeah, there were the worst, but I think that is a function of the nature of our business.”
We asked him about his decision to keep the original Unbreakableness, and he agreed with the decision.
“The Unbreakably thing is a huge success, but when you’re trying to do something as ambitious as that, you just need to try to make it work,” Jobs told Recode, adding that he still considers the series to be his best work.
We asked Jobs about the recent announcement that Netflix would be releasing a film about the company.
“When I started Unbreak, it felt like a dream, and then I got a phone call, and a producer came to me and said, ‘Hey, you’re going to do UnbreakABLE.
We’re gonna release it in the next month,'” Jobs said.
“And I said, what the hell, yeah.
I said ‘Yeah, sure.’
And I think it was great, because that was the moment I really got to say ‘yes.'”