Review: 'The Prom' : Pop Culture Happy Hour Based on a sudsy, splashy 2018 Broadway musical, The Prom has been adapted for Netflix with big stars like Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman, Keegan Michael-Key and James Corden. But will the theater-people in-jokes land in your living room the way they did on Broadway?
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Let Us Be Your +1 To 'The Prom'

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Let Us Be Your +1 To 'The Prom'

Let Us Be Your +1 To 'The Prom'

Let Us Be Your +1 To 'The Prom'

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Andrew Rannells, James Corden, Meryl Streep and Nicole Kidman star in the Netflix adaptation of The Prom. Netflix hide caption

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Andrew Rannells, James Corden, Meryl Streep and Nicole Kidman star in the Netflix adaptation of The Prom.

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Based on a sudsy, splashy 2018 Broadway musical, The Prom has been adapted for Netflix with big stars like Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman, Keegan Michael-Key and James Corden. But will the theater-people in-jokes land in your living room the way they did on Broadway?

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The audio was produced by Will Jarvis and edited by Jessica Reedy.