I have recently been binging so much content on Netflix that I decided I should share my favourites so you have something new (or old!) to (re)watch this semester. Enjoy!
- The Big Bang Theory
This one I binge watch in less than two months! That is 12 seasons the flew by so fast and left me really emotional. If you’ve never heard of TBBT, it’s described by IMDb as a show about “A woman who moves into an apartment across the hall from two brilliant but socially awkward physicists shows them how little they know about life outside of the laboratory.”
I would rate it a solid 10/10.
2. Inventing Anna
This one is not one of my favourites, frankly because the plot has really frustrated me (and thousands of others), but I do believe it is worth binge watching! According to Netflix, the story of Anna Sorokin, going by the alias of Anna Delvey, is one of a “Audacious entrepreneur or con artist? A reporter digs into how Anna Delvey convinced New York’s elite she was a German heiress. Based on a true story.”.
I would rate this a 6.5/10.
3. The assassination of Gianni Versace
This one season series should be a story everyone watches or reads about. It presents the unfortunate events that lead to Gianni Versace’s untimely murder, along with the killer’s backstory. If you are interested in fashion, this is definitely the show to binge this semester.
I would rate this one a 8/10.
4. Young Sheldon
Following The Big Bang Theory, Young Sheldon is the show about main character’s Sheldon Cooper’s life before his move to California and his friendship with the TBBT group. According to Google, it is the story of “Sheldon Cooper, a bona fide genius, has been promoted four grades. Meanwhile, he struggles to fit in with his unintellectual family in Texas”
I would rate this show a 9/10.
5. Schitt’s Creek
According to Google, Schitt’s Creek is the story of “A married couple suddenly go bankrupt and the only remaining asset they have is an ugly small town named Schitt’s Creek.”. It is a hilarious sitcom in my opinion and it truly shines light on how happiness can sometimes come from money but it does not always have to.
I would rate this a 9/10.