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can i have some netflix recommendations - my friend gave me her netflix cause she doesnt use it buut i dont know what to watch
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Depends what youre into. What kind of stuff do you usually like watching
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This is literally about netflix 😂
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SERIES: stranger things, Shaft, Reign, Pretty Little Liars.
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Clickbaitey title or do you srsly not know what it means?
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Dramedies

BoJack Horseman (personal favourite show, it's brilliant, very dark and existential)
Orange is the New Black (dips off a little later on but some awesome stuff in early seasons)
F is for Family (appears like your classic animated family sitcom, but the retro setting and actual narrative makes it a lot more interesting)
Fresh Meat (this one is reaaally close to just being comedy, but it has some pretty dramatic moments, hilarious if you've been a uni student)
The End of the F**king World (awesome and darkly funny not-too-romantic romance)
The Good Place (a bit twee for me, but fun and clever)

Comedies

Rick and Morty (hilarious with a lot of interesting sci-fi concepts)
Archer (deliciously mean-spirited James Bond parody)
Peep Show (funniest show on television, tbh)
The Mitchell and Webb Look (sketch show, hit and miss but that's cos it's a sketch show; lot's of fun here)
The Mighty Boosh (just plain ridiculous, trippy, meaningless fun)
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (classic innit)

Drama

Breaking Bad (one of the best shows ever, if you haven't seen it then get on that immediately)
Better Call Saul (worthy prequel to Breaking Bad, a bit more "ponderous" in pace)
Fargo (Based on a Coen Brothers films, each season is its own long Shakespearean tragedy)
Mad Men (extremely well-written 1960s drama that, as pretentious as it might sound, often feels more like a good book than a TV show. Kinda like Game of Thrones)
Stranger Things (sci-fi set in the 1980s, one of the most bingeable shows out there)
Black Mirror (anthology show dealing with the potential impacts of technological advancement; dark and intriguing)
Deathnote (The classic "introductory" anime; a great core concept and a lot of fun cat and mouse detectivey s**t)

Of course, these are just the TV shows. There're also a few films..
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descendants of the sun (the title has nothing to do with the plot)
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3 Percent
Altered Carbon
Stranger Things
Sherlock
Suits
Rick and Morty + Final Space (if you like Rick and Morty)
The Marvels: Luke Cage/Punisher/DareDevil... etc + DC's Gotham
and special mention: The Umbrella Academy
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(Original post by math42)
Dramedies

BoJack Horseman (personal favourite show, it's brilliant, very dark and existential)
Orange is the New Black (dips off a little later on but some awesome stuff in early seasons)
F is for Family (appears like your classic animated family sitcom, but the retro setting and actual narrative makes it a lot more interesting)
Fresh Meat (this one is reaaally close to just being comedy, but it has some pretty dramatic moments, hilarious if you've been a uni student)
The End of the F**king World (awesome and darkly funny not-too-romantic romance)
The Good Place (a bit twee for me, but fun and clever)

Comedies

Rick and Morty (hilarious with a lot of interesting sci-fi concepts)
Archer (deliciously mean-spirited James Bond parody)
Peep Show (funniest show on television, tbh)
The Mitchell and Webb Look (sketch show, hit and miss but that's cos it's a sketch show; lot's of fun here)
The Mighty Boosh (just plain ridiculous, trippy, meaningless fun)
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (classic innit)

Drama

Breaking Bad (one of the best shows ever, if you haven't seen it then get on that immediately)
Better Call Saul (worthy prequel to Breaking Bad, a bit more "ponderous" in pace)
Fargo (Based on a Coen Brothers films, each season is its own long Shakespearean tragedy)
Mad Men (extremely well-written 1960s drama that, as pretentious as it might sound, often feels more like a good book than a TV show. Kinda like Game of Thrones)
Stranger Things (sci-fi set in the 1980s, one of the most bingeable shows out there)
Black Mirror (anthology show dealing with the potential impacts of technological advancement; dark and intriguing)
Deathnote (The classic "introductory" anime; a great core concept and a lot of fun cat and mouse detectivey s**t)

Of course, these are just the TV shows. There're also a few films..
wowowow thank u so much xx
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(Original post by FakeNewsEditor)
Clickbaitey title or do you srsly not know what it means?
get yer mind out the gutters my friend
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(Original post by daniellezedomi)
SERIES: stranger things, Shaft, Reign, Pretty Little Liars.
is stranger things really that good - what is it about?
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(Original post by XOR_)
3 Percent
Altered Carbon
Stranger Things
Sherlock
Suits
Rick and Morty + Final Space (if you like Rick and Morty)
The Marvels: Luke Cage/Punisher/DareDevil... etc + DC's Gotham
and special mention: The Umbrella Academy
thanksss
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(Original post by Sumah0499)
Depends what youre into. What kind of stuff do you usually like watching
romance, anime, supernatural stuff - powers n that
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romance, anime, supernatural stuff - powers n that
Love Death & Robots
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(Original post by (づ ̄ ³ ̄)づ)
Love Death & Robots
thanks xx
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'the society'. anyone with a good taste will agree.
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get yer mind out the gutters my friend
You went anon and used the phrase netflix and chill. The phrase doesn't mean literally watching netflix and relaxing, just so you know. Not my fault.
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You went anon and used the phrase netflix and chill. The phrase doesn't mean literally watching netflix and relaxing, just so you know. Not my fault.
oh lol i didnt go anon the tsr company makes me go anon cause i was reported or something idk
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