8 New Releases On Netfilx To Binge-Watch This Weekend

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It’s the age of Netflix & Chill, and by chill, I mean really chill okay! Let’s be honest here, Netflix has the coolest collection of content to offer, and we’re blessed. Our long-awaited weekends mostly include sitting lost under a heap of chips, with the curtains shut, binge-watching our favourite shows. It gives the ultimate comfort and relaxation after a long, tiring week of work. But wait, this could get better if you already have a list of what to watch next, right? So for November, here are 8 of Netflix’s new shows and movies that you can binge-watch all weekend long.

1. Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina

Sabrina has a difficult decision to make on her 16th birthday! She must choose between the witch world of her family and the human world of her friends. There is horror, drama and of course, witchcraft in this series.

2. The Holiday Calendar

She is a struggling yet talented photographer who inherits a magical calendar. This calendar has content that hints about the future. A typical Christmas rom-com to watch with your bae.

3. The Ballad Of Buster Scruggs

It will take you back to the 19th-century post-Civil War era with an anthology of six short films. Directed by the Coen brothers, it’s definitely not the one to be missed!

4. The Other Side Of The Wind

Orson Welles makes a comeback to Hollywood with the motive to finish his incomplete movie after years of exile in Europe. Do you need to know further than this?

5. Outlaw King

As the name suggests, the crowned King of Scotland leads a band of outlaws to claim his throne back after being forced into exile by the English. David Mackenzie has yet again worked his magic.

6. They’ll Love Me When I Am Dead

A documentary film revolving around the filming and making of The Other Side Of The Wind, the final film of Orson Welles.

7. Super Drags

For the modern world, this is an adult animated comedy web series revolving around three gay coworkers who lead a double life as superhero drag queens fighting crimes and evil.

8. Narcos: Mexico

The name itself is tempting! We all loved watching Narcos and even though Pablo is dead, the story shall continue and take us back to the roots of the drug war.

Now since I have scheduled your weekend plan, don’t forget to get some good sleep while you’re at it. Monday blues are not to be blamed on me, loud and clear. So to wrap this up, have a nice Netflix marathon and tell me how it was!

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