7 New Shows You Should Watch To Keep Your Netflix Game Strong

Karishma Govil , 07 Feb 2018

Netflix has taken over the world with legendary shows like Black Mirror, Stranger Things, Orange Is The New Black, and many more. These shows got us binge watching our weekends away.
They’re back with a fleet of new shows that are guaranteed to take up all your time. Not spare, but all of your time. And you won’t even be sorry.

1. Altered Carbon

A sci-fi show based in the year 2384, this show is basically about a future where human bodies are referred to as ‘sleeves’ and human consciousnesses are ‘stacks’ that are attached to the back of people’s necks. Takeshi, the protagonist of the show, wakes up 250 years in to the future to either answer to his crimes or help murder the richest man of the world.

2. Coach Snoop

This show reflects a different side of the weed-smoking gangster rapper, Snoop Dogg. He encourages unfortunate kids to get off the streets and play football for his team, Snoop Steelers that is a part of the Snoop Youth Football League.

3. The End Of The F***ing World

#series2 #series7 #series #series3 #series1 #series8 #serietv #serietvaddicted #maniacidiserietv #drogatidiserietv #recensioneserietv #recensionifilm #recensioni #spacciatoreseriale #theendofthefuckingworld #fumetto #fumetti #funettiamericani GIUDIZIO: 7 SIRINGHE Altro che quella merda di Teen Drama di “13 REASONS WHY”, qui c’è tanta follia, tanti litri di sangue sparsi però con sapienza e parsimonia a voler disegnare la mappa di un tesoro, la crescita personale di due adolescenti. Ci ritroviamo così in un fumetto di Charles Forsman, un americano che segue un filone atipico, che indaga l’adolescenza, la malinconia di essa, di quella fase più delicata della crescita. Questa droga è una scommessa, non parte in pompa magna come le altre produzioni Netflix, perché la serie che ne consegue, di produzione britannica, sceglie un formato, quello dei 20 minuti, quello breve e didascalico che a mio avviso più si adatta al supporto cartaceo, almeno per questa storia e per questo fumetto. Vedrete che presto il format dei 20 minuti verrà riconsiderato come una misura spesso più efficace dell’attuale 40/60 minuti per episodio. Il motivo è semplice: si produce tantissimo, si rischia altrettanto e girare cose più brevi facilita la sperimentazione. Sto parlando di “THE END OF THE F***ING WORLD”, di Jonathan Entwistle, 1 Stagione, 8 episodi, Netflix. Continua la recensione sulla pagina FB Spacciatoreseriale https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=548592238838193&id=441442542886497

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Originally a British dark comedy series that released in the UK in 2017, this show is internationally premiering on Netflix now, in 2018. It’s based on a 17-year old psychopath kid and another girl who is his rebellious classmate.

4. Seven Seconds

One city. Three sides. #SevenSeconds. Coming to @netflix February 23, 2018.

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This crime-drama series is more intense than you think. When a black teenager gets run over by a white cop, racial controversies are in order.

5. Everything Sucks

Lost mixtape, looks like this, do NOT listen. Beep me if you see it :'-(

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Based in the year 1996, this series is set in a town called Boring. This 10 episode show revolves around two crews of high-school A/V club and drama club that join hands to make a movie.

6. Ugly Delicious

This show stars Momofuku‘s Chef David Chang who is an American restauranteur and author. This show will have Chang eat and drink with different chefs and personalities from the food fraternity. It’s a forum to keep honest opinions forward about traditional and fast food.

7. The Joel McHale Show

If you were a fan of The Soup, then you’re gonna love this. Joel McHale is back with yet another fun show that will discuss everything from pop culture and trending news. Also, it has something to do with green screens, but I guess that’s for us to find out soon!

These shows will make you call in sick at work just so you could finish binge watching them all.

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