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Check out this list of nine shows to binge-watch this fall…
Looking for a new show to get into?
I scoured Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, and even HBO to come up with this list of nine shows to binge-watch this fall.
So check them out…
9 Shows to Binge-Watch This Fall
1. Ozark (Netflix). My husband and I started this last night. It’s about a family man (Jason Bateman) trying to pay off a debt to a drug lord, so he moves to the Ozarks. I love Jason Bateman and Laura Linney, and this show has them both!
2. Friends From College (Netflix). I only saw the first episode of this series (so far), but I enjoyed it. You can guess what it’s about by the title…I hope.
3. The Ranch (Netflix). My husband swears this is funny. It stars Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson (both from That 70s Show) in the tale of an ex-football player returning home to his dad’s ranch. It’s actually in its third season already.
4. Red Oaks (Amazon Prime). I can’t WAIT to check this comedy out. It’s set in 1985 and it’s about a college kid who works at a New Jersey country club when he’s home for the summer.
5. Stranger Things (Netflix). If you haven’t watched this yet, I urge you to try it. Here’s why.
6. Westworld (HBO). We watched this several months ago. There is a second season coming up and I am so excited for it. Westworld is an amusement park for rich people, where they can do whatever they want to the robot “characters” without consequence.
7. Bloodline (Netflix). I don’t know why, but this show really appeals to me. From the show’s description: “A family of adult siblings find that their past secrets and scars are revealed when their black sheep of a brother returns home.”
8. Wet Hot American Summer (Netflix). I would imagine that this show will appeal only to those who appreciate the sense of humor found in the original movie of Wet Hot American Summer. It’s not for the faint-hearted!
9. The Handmaid’s Tale (Hulu). This one is getting rave reviews. “Set in a dystopian future, a woman is forced to live as a concubine under a fundamentalist theocratic dictatorship.” It stars Elisabeth Moss from Mad Men.