6 shows to watch right now: the latest from Netflix

Here are six reasons why you'll spend more time watching Netflix in the coming months.
Nov 10, 2016
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Nothing beats the hassle-free pleasure of staying indoors and enjoying a good show.

Thanks to internet-streaming services such as Netflix, you now have a lot of viewing options that you can watch anytime you want.

And if you've missed the earlier seasons and episodes of a new show you like, you can easily catch up.

Here are some must-watch series available only on Netflix: 

 

 

Black Mirror

Season 3 now available on Netflix

Some themes are a bit dark, but the science-fiction and speculative technology are still intriguing. Can you imagine a microchip clone of you placed as a planner for your internet-wired futuristic house? This is just one of the many interesting subplots in one of the episodes.

Each season of this anthology series has only three, lasting over an hour each.

 

 

The Ranch

Season 1, Part 2 now available on Netflix

This comedy focuses on the adventures of a semi-pro football player who needs to come home and help manage the family business. As if Ashton Kutcher is not enough reason to watch this show, it's a bizarre visual masterpiece that's still engaging. 

 

 

Chelsea

New episodes every week

Chelsea Handler's talk show, the first on Netflix, is more than just entertainment. It also has insightful travel adventures and chats with global dignitaries. It also contains unique insights coming from interesting guests and the candid personality of Chelsea herself.

 

 

Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life

Available on Netflix November 25

Do you miss Lorelai, Rory, and Emily? Good news: The girls are back for a new series of four episodes. Each 90-minute chapter represents a season: winter, spring, summer, or fall. This new series picks up where the last season has left off almost 10 years ago.

 

 

Easy

Now available on Netflix

This comedy anthology is all about modern relationships and how it's shaped by technology. It follows the lives of eight couples, one for each episode.

Another reason why you should watch Easy? Orlando Bloom, who's easy on the eyes.

 

 

Chef's Table: France

Now available on Netflix

Chefs Alain Passard, Michel Troisgros, Adeline Grattard, and Alexandre Couillon are out to give you a culinary treat on this documentary series. Now you don't have to travel all the way to France to witness their expertise in the kitchen.

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