Even if the quarantine on the road to the end, you still have a good reason to stay home: Netflix Shaws!
Netflix has a wealth trove of wonderful movies that you can stream right now.
If you’re looking for more than a two-hour commitment, you can delve into to keep yourself busy for days or even weeks with the TV shows.
Dark, the German series from Netflix returns to twist our brains with a season 3.
Which will once again take us back in time and parallel universes.
The good news? We will finally have all the answers to our questions. Keep in mind, the less you know the better!
Dark requires more effort to enjoy it than many of its Netflix stablemates, but the rewards and stylish presentation are well worth it.
Serie Directed by:
Baran bo Odar: (26 episodes, 2017-2020)
Serie Writing Credits:
- Jantje Friese: (26 episodes, 2017-2020)
- Baran bo Odar: (19 episodes, 2017-2020)
- Martin Behnke: (5 episodes, 2017-2019)
- Ronny Schalk: (5 episodes, 2017-2019)
- Marc O. Seng: (5 episodes, 2017-2019)
- Daphne Ferraro: (2 episodes, 2019)
2- Queer Eye
Take out the handkerchiefs!
Five world fashion experts are back with a great deal of know-how and outspokenness. Queer Eye released on February 7, 2018. It is a reboot of the Bravo series of the same name.
Featuring a new Fab Five:
- – Food and Wine expert:: Antoni Porowski.
- – Fashion expert: Tan France.
- – Culture expert: Karamo Brown.
- – Design expert: Bobby Berk.
- – Grooming expert: Jonathan Van Ness.
47 episodes of Queer Eye have been released. The show’s fifth and most recent season premiered on June 5, 2020. Queer Eye has been renewed for a sixth season.
Is Coronavirus depressing you?
The 6 seasons of the “Community”, the ultimate feel-good series, is available now on Netflix. The perfect opportunity to feel good.
Going from a harmless comedy about the interactions of some college students who had lost their way in life to a show that broke TV rules at every turn.
Joel McHale, Gillian Jacobs, Danny Bode
4- The Last Dance
The phenomenon documentary about Michael Jordan!
Through unpublished archive footage, this ten-episode documentary series follows the 1997-1998 season of the Chicago Bulls on the way to their sixth title in eight years and offers a sporty and intimate portrait of Michael Jordan.
The joint ESPN/Netflix production dives deep into what makes one of the biggest icons of the 20th Century tick.
The feuds, the fights with the front office, and the family stories all feature here.
It’s all presented in a way that lets you learn as you go, without being condescending.
Serie Directed by:
Jason Hehir (10 episodes, 2020)
Phil Jackson, Michael Jordan, David Aldridge
5- Better Call Saul
It’s been a long journey, but now that AMC has renewed Better Call Saul for one last season. Slippin’ Jimmy McGill is finally close to becoming the Saul Goodman we first met in Breaking Bad.
It’s no secret that Breaking Bad’s inclusion on Netflix was partly responsible for the show’s success.
After 3 seasons of critical adoration but middling ratings, Breaking Bad first arrived on Netflix before its 4 season’s premiere.
Fans’ ability to catch up on the show via streaming ended up being beneficial to both the show and AMC as viewership began to increase in season 4 and then doubled in season 5.
Bob Odenkirk, Jonathan Banks, Rhea Seehorn
Vince Gilligan, Peter Gould
Let me know which serie are you looking for to follow this summer?
Or did you already pick your choice?