The Best of Netflix


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With the last few weeks of the semester quickly approaching, homework, projects and finals are going to be taking over college students lives. During a couple hard weeks of strong coffee and studying, Netflix is a great way to take a breather from everything. With so many options on Netflix, it’s hard to find time to sift through all the options.

Here’s a list of some of A Magazine’s go-to Netflix options:

If you’re willing to binge watch, some of the classics are “Friends” and “That 70’s Show.” But be warned, if you have never watched either show, you are going to lose a lot of sleep due to the fact that you won’t be able to stop watching.

Interested in Houses? “Fixer Upper” is the show for you. The show follows the Gaines family as they work with their clients to transform their homes. We guarantee after watching the first couple of episodes, you are going to want to buy a home tomorrow.

How about the cooking channel? “Cutthroat Kitchen” is definitely worth the watch. Not only do they make great food, but the show involves sabotage. Plus, who doesn’t love a little competition in cooking?

Action shows are always a favorite and with superhero shows at an all time high, there is surely a show for you. Daredevil, Arrow and Flash are three of superhero shows that have been capturing viewers’ attention.

If you are a 90s child, “Full House” and “Degrassi” should sound familiar. Two of the biggest shows of the 90s have made a return; however, they are only aired on Netflix. “Full House,” now titled “Fuller House,” returns with all of the old characters that were original to the show, except Michelle Tanner. The show is now about D.J., the oldest daughter, returning to the house in San Francisco with her sibling and best friend to raise her children. Of course, the whole family also returns to the house. If this show doesn’t make you feel old, we don’t know what will.

Degrassi, the classic show about high school and all of its drama and Drake made his debut. It started with the main stars in middle school and as the season’s keep going, more characters were added. As the main stars graduated, new characters were introduced and more drama was added. However, the only way to see those Degrassi High School hall’s and reminisce is to watch “Degrassi: Next Class.”

“How to Get Away With Murder” is another one of the shows we guarantee you will lose sleep over. Five law students work under one of the most hard core lawyers, and although they show being a law student requires a lot of studying and memorization, mystery is thrown into the mix to make the show oh so interesting.

One show you have to see is “One Tree Hill.” The show is nine seasons of drama and relationship goals. The show takes place in Tree Hill, North Carolina, and although it starts off with the stars as teenagers in high school, it takes them all the way until they are adults with children. Remember the guy that girls used to dream about in the movie “A Cinderella Story” — Chad Michael Murray. Well, he’s one of the main characters in this show, and if that’s not reason enough to watch the show, we do not know what is.