Got no weekend plans? Well, we have one for you that is binge watch Netflix. We got a list of shows that you can binge-watch with your friends, partners, or just you. So let’s just get started.
1. BLACK LIGHTNING
Black lightning is one of the binge-watch shows you’re always able to watch. This series is about a wrestler with too many secrets. He’s got some amazing power within that is none other than Jefferson Pierce. He wants to safeguard his family and his region. Father to 2 daughters, he decided to stop and be a professor and a father after many fights. But he must move on and safeguard what he loves deep inside when it goes forward. The black lightning must come back to preserve lives and his kingdom as corruption and battles increase.
2. HIGH SCORE
Something that will certainly appeal to our gamers. Documentation by Netflix brings you back to gaming in the earliest days. Designer France Costrel throws light on the heritage of engineers, innovators, and creators who’ve still to be told about their journey from the local arcade to the first-ever gaming cartridge. The 6-part series contains interviews with Pac-Man, Space Invaders, and Atari developers, and more, examining how at-home play is now the standard. High Score offers a wonderful remembrance of a 20th-century gaming school together with humorous animation portions. Fun and instructive — like brain training!
3. COBRA KAI
Cobra Kai, the sequel to The Karate Kid, has gone by with a reasonable shot. Initially covered by the infrequently implemented Youtube Premium service, Cobra Kai has been showing more than thirty years after the original film and sees Daniel’s former opponent of a bully and karate Johnny Lawrence reform his ways and reopening the Cobra Kai dojo. Now, all of it is on Netflix and it is a realistic, bitter-sweet development that is growing up and moving on from the past. A lot of fan service is available to Karate Kid fans, including some from the original actors, but it is a series that works independently, even if the primary source is not recognized. So what do you expect? Chop chop. Chop Chop chop. It’s time to take one of the last half-most decade’s underrated concerts.
Ocean’s eleven directors Steven Soderbergh and Logan screenwriter Scott Frank are the originators of this seven-episode series of limited releases. Godless stars Jeff Daniels as the legendary crook Frank Griffin, the captain of Jack O’Connell’s defector Roy Goode, is set in a little mining town on the west, in the midst of the region. The turn? Goode’s hung up in a city full of women. The ladies, including Downtown Abbey’s Michelle Dockery, who will not take shit from Griffin have done their own dandy following a mine catastrophe that killed most of their male neighbors. This is awful stuff for Netflix’s first Western.
A city of women fighting vicious bands of raiding males, what is this series not to love? Godless, purposely created as a limited series, has a strong razor focus (that’s a one-season and it’s done). Dockery and Meritt Wever, who received her second Emmy for her performance, are by now the largest incentive to settle down.
5. DEAD TO ME
The tragicomedy twisted, turns, as Jen and Judy fight through their lives, bound by loss with their best polar opposite friends. A magnificent mix of dark excitement and one-line laugh-out. The two sides of the partnership are both Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini, but James Marsden turns like Steve and Steve’s two brothers are pure brilliance in the second season. You can’t stop looking. You can’t stop.