If you haven’t watched these 5 Netflix shows, you are lucky because now you will get to see them
After the government advisory, many schools, colleges and offices have asked people to stay at home in the face of coronavirus outbreak. Most of us, who are commonly very busy with our schedule, have almost nothing to do now. If you love watching TV Shows, you would have almost run out of TV Shows. Haven’t you! Don’t worry we are going to suggest you 5 Netflix shows which are perfect for time utilization.
1. The Haunting of Hill House
If you haven’t watched The Haunting of Hill House, you are lucky. You are lucky because now you will witness an amazing story of a family which is haunted by a house. Apart from the real demons, they also face the personal demons of their psychological problems. Whenever we talk about a horror show, we judge it on how scary it is. But this show is more about story and less about haunting.
2. Peaky Blinders
The Peaky Blinders is filled with amazing performances by leading actors. It is set in the aftermath of World War I, Peaky Blinders is a crime drama about a British crime family, the Shelbys. After Tommy Shelby, played by Cillian Murphy returns from the war, he sets about trying to expand the family’s control of Birmingham.
In 1977, the agents of FBI face an unfamiliar kind of criminal: The serial killer, whose crimes have no basis. Agent Holden Ford (Jonathon Groff) believes that FBI can make sense of the seemingly senseless crime with enough research.
The Netflix original series GLOW has one of the more original premises in recent television history. Glow chronicles the life of an emerging professional wrestling promotion named, Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling. Various ladies and aspiring actresses, generally those who are down on luck, audition and agree to take a stab in a totally different and new field.
5. Russian Doll
This is the perfect next binge-worthy show from Netflix to watch currently. It’s fragile but has the right amount of love to keep you glued with your screens. It is being called a brilliant tale of morality and mortality that finds an expert balance between sincerity, wild genre flourish and cutting comedy.
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