Get to Work - Netflix
Get to Work takes viewers inside a groundbreaking back-to-work program in San Diego, a hardcore boot camp that gives hope to the chronically unemployed: those who have no jobs, no direction, and seemingly no chance. It's a high-stakes make-or-break moment and, for most of the students, this is their last crack at a real future. But it doesn't come easy: as they push their students to learn workplace skills that will land them a job, the instructors contend with those who have never learned anything other than bad attitudes and bad behavior. Not everyone makes it to graduation.A look at a back-to-work boot camp that trains the chronically unemployed to rejoin the job market.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Get to Work - Work Bitch - Netflix
“Work Bitch” (stylized as “Work B**ch”) is a song recorded by American singer Britney Spears for her eighth studio album, Britney Jean (2013). It was written by Spears, William “will.i.am” Adams, Otto “Knows” Jettman, Sebastian Ingrosso, Anthony Preston and Ruth-Anne Cunningham. The song's production was handled by Ingrosso, Pasquale Verrigni, Jettman and Adams, while vocal production was done by Adams and Preston. “Work Bitch” made its premiere on September 15, 2013 on iHeartRadio and select Clear Channel radio stations and was released to digital retailers on September 17, 2013 by RCA Records as the lead single from the record alongside a clean version titled “Work Work”. “Work Bitch” is an electronic dance music (EDM) song containing mostly spoken lyrics, where lyrically Spears, repeatedly exhorts “bitches” to “get to work”. “Work Bitch” debuted and peaked at number twelve on the US Billboard Hot 100. Outside the United States, “Work Bitch” peaked within the top ten of the charts in 10 countries, including Canada, France and the United Kingdom. An accompanying music video for “Work Bitch” was directed by Ben Mor and filmed in Malibu, California and released in October 2013. The music video has generated acclaim from critics and fans alike, who praised Spears's dancing and the visual cinematography. Spears traveled to the United Kingdom to promote the song on the British TV chat show Alan Carr: Chatty Man. The song was performed for the first time by Spears as the opening song from Spears' Las Vegas residency show Britney: Piece of Me (2013-17).
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Spears performed “Work Bitch” as the opening act of her Las Vegas residency, Britney: Piece of Me (2013-17). The performance begins with the singer “descending from the sky in a globe-like cage”. After exiting the cage, she performs the choreography from the music video, accompanied by 16 alien-masked dancers. Spears sports a “skin-tight, sequined bodysuit” for the performance, similar to the diamond outfit she wore during the “Toxic” (2003) music video. Keith Caulfield of Billboard said “Spears was particularly energetic in the number, which seemed to delight the crowd”. Caryn Ganz of Rolling Stone considered it the best moment of the concert, noting that “Spears stomped around the stage with authority and nailed her choreography, setting a hopeful tone for the night”. On May 22, 2016, Spears performed the song in a medley of her greatest hits at the 2016 Billboard Music Awards. It was also the opening number at Spears's set on the iHeartRadio Music Festival on September 24, and on the 2016 Apple Music Festival on September 27, 2016. On October 14, 2013, Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi and her dance partner Sasha Farber performed “Work Bitch” on the season seventeen of Dancing with the Stars. Polizzi explained that the performance was “a celebration of me being a mother, a woman, a new person, and working seven days a week to provide a great life for my family”. A week later, Polizzi and Farber also performed the track on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. The song was parodied on the Comedy Central animated series, South Park. Seen in the episode, “The Hobbit”, the song was used during a gym montage where most of the 4th grade girls and Timmy were “working out” by manipulating photos of themselves in Photoshop and using Instagram filters. “Work Bitch” was also featured on TV series New Girl, in the episode “Menus”, during a scene where Coach (Damon Wayans, Jr.) tries to get Nick (Jake Johnson) in shape. The song was also streamed live along with Toxic from Spears' final Britney: Piece of Me show date on December 31, 2017 on ABC's Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve to an audience of 25.6 million.
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