Don't know what to watch on your next Netflix and chill date? We've got you covered. I've handpicked some of the most talked about shows and also some of my personal favourites because what's better than indulging in a new kick-ass show? Let the binge-watching begin!
The true story of Columbia’s infamously violent and powerful drug cartels fuels this gritty gangster drama series. (Netflix.com)
Filmed over 10 years, this real life thriller follows a DNA exoneree who, while exposing police corruption, becomes a suspect in a grisly new crime. (Netflix.com)
Seattle homicide detectives Sarah Linden and Stephen Holder are deeply affected by the murders they investigate in this dark acclaimed crime series. (Netflix.com)
While navigating the troubles waters of sex, romance, school and family, teen Archie and his gang become entangles in a dark Riverdale mystery. (Netflix.com)
Writer's review: This show is definitely a guilty pleasure of mine. Not gonna lie, I mainly watch it for Cole Sprouse *swoon* and Victoria Lodge's outfits but unfortunately I'm not the biggest fan of the main character, Archie. He's quite a one dimensional and flat character but other aspects of the show such as the mystery and character developments help to distract viewers from the badly written Archie Andrews.
After a teenage girl’s perplexing suicide, a classmate receives a series of tapes that unravel the mystery of her tragic choice. (Netflix.com)
Writer's review: Despite the backlash this show received, I think it did a good job in raising awareness of the effects of bullying and how to treat others with more compassion.
A ruthless politician will stop at nothing to conquer Washington D.C, in this Emmy and Golden Globe-winning political drama. (Netflix.com)
A privileged New Yorker ends up in a women’s prison when a past crime catches up with her in this Emmy-winning series from the creator of “Weeds.” (Netflix.com)
Writer's review: I've been watching this show religiously for the past 4 years and I've enjoyed it as every season is based around a central theme ranging from religion to racism. From being the main character in the first few seasons, I feel that Piper Chapman has lost her connection with the viewers and the supporting characters are definitely the favourites.
Rebellious and broke, Sophia stumbles into creating an online business and learns how to be the boss. A comedy inspired by the best-selling memoir. (Netflix.com)
Writer's review: To be 100% honest, I saw the first few episodes but just could not continue because the main character was exceptionally annoying. But don't be put off by my review, it has a solid rating of 7.2/10 on IMDB.
Meet the most beloved sitcom horse of the ‘90s, 20 years later. He’s a curmudgeon with a heart of… not quite gold… but something like gold. Copper? (Netflix.com)
An animated series that follows the exploits of a super scientist and his not so bright grandson. (IMDB.com)
Follow the Murphy family back to the 1970s, when kids roamed wild, beer flowed freely and nothing came between a man and his TV. (Netflix.com)
When a young boy vanishes, a small town uncovers a mystery involving secret experiments, terrifying supernatural forces and one strange little girl. (Netflix.com)
Writer's review: THE KIDS ARE AMAZING!!
This sci-fi anthology series explores a twisted, high-tech near-future where humanity’s greatest innovations and darkest instincts collide. (Netflix.com)
From the creators of “The Matrix” and “Babylon 5” comes this tense series in which eight people can telepathically experience each other’s lives. (Netflix.com)
Filmmakers infiltrate the corrupt global network of ivory trafficking, exposing poachers and dealers as African elephants edge closer to extinction. (Netflix.com)
In this thought-provoking documentary, scholars, activists and politicians analyze the criminalization of African Americans and the U.S prison boom. (Netflix.com)
With stunning view of eruptions and lava flows, Werner Herzog captures the raw power of volcanoes and their ties to indigenous spiritual practices. (Netflix.com)
A gentle giant and the girl who raiser her are caught in the crossfire between animal activism, corporate greed and scientific ethics. (Netflix.com)
Ellen, a 20-year-old with anorexia nervosa, goes on a harrowing, sometimes funny journey of self-discovery at a group home run by an unusual doctor. (Netflix.com)
Writer's review: Again with any movie that discusses mental illness, backlash is inevitable. Personally I thought Lilly Collins did a good job portraying the effects of anorexia and exploring the illness without glorifying and glamorising it.
When civil war tears his family apart, a young West African boy is forced to join a unit of mercenary fighters and transform into a child soldier. (Netflix.com)
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