Wondering what to do this weekend? Here is some Netflix content you can binge. Trust us; you will not regret it.
1. What/If Season 1
A thriller web television that will blow your mind. If you like thriller shows, this is your pick
Plotline: Dr Ian (Dave Annable) hijacks Todd (Keith Powers), and when his detainee getaway, the unmistakably sexist specialist takes Angela (Samantha Marie Ware) up to his lodge and makes her play housewife until the vindictive hubby appears for a macho, mano a mano standoff.
2. Rim Of The World
If you want to regain your childhood memories, this film is a suitable one. It’s a film you can watch with friends too.
Plotline: Four teens who are barely acquainted with the world are suddenly allocated with a key that carries the secret to stopping the invasion of aliens that have taken over the planet. It becomes a situation of ‘United We Stand, Divided We fall’ as these kids are without any help.
3. All The Bright Places
If you are in the mood of watching something romantic or something to relate to, this is an excellent film to take over. This film is an adaptation of a book written by Jennifer Niven of the same name.
Plotline: After getting to know each other, Finch and Violet battle with their grave and physical scars of their past experiences. They find that even little things can mean something. No matter where you are or what you are doing, small moments with someone can be extraordinary.
4. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
Want to watch something light- headed and funny? Lookup for this show on Netflix.
Plotline: The show follows a 29-year-old Kimmy Schmidt (Kemper) as she acclimates to compensate after her breakout from a doomsday religion in the anecdotal town of Burnsville, Indiana, where she and three other ladies were held by Reverend Richard Wayne Gary Wayne (Jon Hamm) for a long time.
5. Explained (Documentary)
Everyone should learn about something every day. It will help them in growing their minds and making them aware.
This particular documentary talks about topical issues that affect individuals’ lives. The docuseries – which highlights scenes that by and extensive range from 15 to 20 minutes long – intends to dive further into subjects, questions and thoughts that aren’t regularly part of the everyday information of media reports.