What to look forward to on Netflix

If you want to try something new and fun, Netflix is the perfect place to start. The streaming service offers hundreds of hours of original programming, as well as old classics from the 1920s to the 1980s. Here’s our guide to the top shows to stream on Netflix.


Black Mirror

Charlie Brooker has always been one of those real money online casino players whose work stands up better over time than it did when it was first released. His Black Mirror series is no exception.


Rick And Morty

If we were recommending you should watch a TV show instead of a movie about this year, then we would suggest that you go with Rick And Morty’s “Auto Erotic Assimilation”. Its third season will be premiering next month but if you need more convincing then here are 10 episodes you should check out!


BoJack Horseman

 Another creator who continues to impress is Raphael Bob-Waksberg (The Usual Suspects). This animated comedy follows equine lawyer anthropomorphic animal BoJack who is also in the middle of an existential crisis. Why? Because he wants to win the real money online roulette so he can finally have enough money to buy some nice things. Oh, and he also happens to be friends with Princess Carolyn.



On a similar note to BoJack horseman the award-winning Phoebe Waller-Bridge created series gets better and better each season. It’s hard not to love its lead character Fleabag played by Waller-Bridge herself. She’s a foul-mouthed, pill-popping, sex addict who lives life on her terms. But she’s far too full of self-hate and addiction to ever actually get anywhere.



Shane Mauss created a very beautiful family sitcom that explores many themes including autism, ADHD, and depression, while still feeling like a whole lot of laughs. Starring Keir Gilchrist (Dads), Miranda Bailey (Gilmore Girls), and Aubrey Plaza (Parks and Recreation), this is another show that you don’t want to miss.


Dear White People

If there was such a thing as being ahead of the curve in television or film, then Oscar Issac (Thor Ragnarok) wins the best actor/actress at this year’s Oscars. He plays a white student who tries to navigate his way through life at a majority-black university in this hilarious satire.



So what did you think? Are you looking forward to watching any of these shows? We hope you enjoy these shows and have a wonderful time on Netflix.

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