If you´re struggling with the quarantine and don´t know what to watch, we are here to recommend some of the best TV-Series you can watch on Netflix. I´m sure you are already familiar with this world-wide streaming service. On top of offering a 1 free trial month, there are a lot of interesting shows you can watch to let your time pass.
1. The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
While you may be familiar with the original series of this name, this new remake of sorts will surely provide enough entertainment for people who like scary, dark and supernatural. Sit down for a 3 seasons binge of Sabrina and her friends fighting against the Dark Lord while trying to navigate normal teenage life & relationships.
A tech-savvy young man utilizes modern-day resources to lure a woman into falling in love with him. Sure, it sounds amazing, but don´t be fooled, there is much more to this show than that. Love, humour, mystery and a little bit of murder. This everything awaits you on top of a little social commentary on how big of a role social media play in our day-to-day lives.
3. Spinning Out
This new 2020 show has it all. Love, drama, mental health issues and most certainly sports. A story about a figure skater who tries to get back into competition after a fall that left her with a head injury. The guilty-pleasure exterior of this show, however, hides a surprisingly thoughtful exploration of living with a mental illness.
4. Sex Education
Otis – an amazingly shy an awkward teenager teams up with a school bad girl Maeve and together they run and underground sex clinic to help students with their problems. This show grasps the universality of the confusion, discomfort, desire, thrill, and heartbreak sex visits upon us all. “And they throw in some cracking first-class jokes for good measure, too.”
5. Derry Girls
A British sitcom where you see a group of girls and 1 boy navigate their teenage life during the end of the Troubles in Derry, Northern Ireland while they all attend a Catholic secondary school for girls. A candid comedy, filled with humorous & awkward situations, sarcasm and an ideology that to truly be a Derry Girl you don´t have to be a girl at all.
6. The Crown
If you are a fan of history, you´ll surely love this show. A historical drama about the reign of Elizabeth II. The series covers Elizabeth’s life from her younger years to her reign in the 21st century. The intrigues, love lives and machinations behind the great events that shaped the second half of the 20th century. “Two houses, two courts, one Crown.”
7. The Witcher
Based on a Polish fantasy literature franchise that gained global popularity following its successful video game adaptation, the series follows Geralt of Rivia, whose occupation as a mutant ‘witcher’ sees him slaying monsters for money. The Witcher’s real success lays in recognizing that viewers don’t always want their ridiculous fantasy show to be too high-class and are mainly watching to see cool magic effects and sexy Geralt in the bath.
8. Russian Doll
There are only 2 problems that Nadia has: she keeps dying ….and she keeps coming back. The show follows Nadia as she continues to party/die/repeat, all the while trying to figure out exactly what was in that joint she smoked or what else could be causing this weird lapse in the fabric of spacetime. Both funny and thought-provoking show, which provides lots of material for binging.
9. The Alienist
The series follows a criminal psychologist Dr Laszlo Kreizler who teams up with a New York Times illustrator John Moore and Sara Howard, NYPD’s first female employee who wants to become a detective. The trio work under the radar with new police commissioner Theodore Roosevelt in an attempt to track down the deranged serial killer using psychological analysis – a largely unheard-of technique in the 1890´s New York.
10. The End of the F***ing World
A dysfunctional 17-year-old who is convinced he’s a sociopath together with the new girl at school with terrible parents and a special talent for annoying people. They run away together, and the corresponding crime spree draws them closer and has the law following in their wake. A perfect black comedy to watch during the weekend.
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