A Netflix Originals Binge List

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Netflix is truly a beautiful thing. For only $8 a month, you can stream endless movies, TV shows, and documentaries at the click of a button. Netflix is not only a wonderful platform for streaming, but they also pick up shows that have been cancelled, and produce new ones out of the blue. Some are not that good, but a few make the list. So here, I   present to you, some binge-worthy TV show created or continued by Netflix.

WARNING: Spoilers may or may not appear in the following post!

Bojack Horseman, Arrested Development, Daredevil

Bojack Horseman

 

That's Bojack!
That’s Bojack!

This series consists of 12 episodes, each 25 minutes long, and is basically a 25 minute long train ride of sarcasm. The concept of the show is that there are animal-human hybrids walking around with other people like its not their business. Bojack Horseman was a 90s star in the sitcom, Horsin Around, and now hes a washed up celebrity horse suffering from depression (funnier than it sounds). I have said this multiple times to friends that need a good show in their life: if you do not like Bojack Horseman at first, stick with it. The show starts off slow at first but soon picks up, and you begin to love each character. Not only that, but Bojack has a star cast that includes Will Arnett, Alison Brie, Aaron Paul, and Amy Sedaris. The show begins to give a dark theme about halfway through the series, but it just brings you closer, begging for more. Little jokes make up half of the hilaritude (yes, that is now a word, you are welcome), like Hollywoo (not a mistake, there is not d), and Vincent Adultman. Its definitely a show worth your time of binging, so I recommend that you do so.

Arrested Development

 

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Sticking with Will Arnett, brings this series that was originally cancelled, but then picked up by Netflix, and they made dreams come true. This series consists of a wealthy family whose father cheated themselves out of wealth itself. Their father went to jail and now they stumble living in a model home created before the went bankrupt. The characters are so well developed, that you can easily become attached to any of them. Constant jokes provide a nonstop thrill ride. This show brings fun and quirkiness to everything. There is never a dull moment.

Marvels Daredevil

 

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This was a masterpiece. Every single episode was a true beauty. The basis is the plot of the Marvel superhero, Daredevil. Matt Murdock, the blind attorney feels himself responsible to keep his city, Hells Kitchen, a safe place. To complete this task, Matt uses his lack of vision as an advantage, rather than a disadvantage. His other senses give him ”eyes” to use while kicking bad guy butt. The cast is brilliant, and Charlie Cox picks up the perfect, feel to Murdock. The thirteen episodes really dig into you, and leave you wanting more. Don’t be fooled, however, the season ends with epic closure, but you can’t help but desire more of this magnificent show. This, I recommend to any who basically has seeing eyes and wants to watch someone without seeing eyes.

Thanks for reading my post, if you have any other suggestions on binge-worthy Netflix Originals, feel free to post them down in the comments. Until next time, ADIOS!

5 thoughts on “A Netflix Originals Binge List

  1. Noice post, I use Netflix with my family nightly. By the way, I recommend adding famous works the voice actors you listed are also in. As a reader I have no idea who these voice actors are. For instance if I knew the voice of Yugi from the show Yu-Gi-Oh! was in one of these titles I’d be that much more interested in the show you’re showcasing! Just some food for thought!

  2. Hey Liam. I like your post, everything here is great but unfortunately I think somebody accidentally left a coffee stain at the end that resembles a man in a suit. Rather than that, it is great. I love Bojack especially Vincent Adultman, and the first 3 seasons of Arrested Development were great. Well I have to make some business transactions at the Hollywoo Business Factory so bye.

  3. Netflix is indeed a great way to watch your favourite TV shows and movies for a few dollars and I would recommend it to anyone that enjoys film entertainment. Also, I agree with everything you said about Daredevil, it is just an amazing show and I hope that Netflix continues with another season of it. However, I have not seen any episodes of the other two shows. Why do you recommend people to watch these two shows?

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