Hears! stop what you’re doing. This article will fill you with the inspiration you need to rejoice this fall. Obviously, we are talking about Netflix series recommendations.
There’s no better way to spend a chilly fall afternoon than to be sitting near the heater in some padded socks, with a blanket over your legs and a cup of steaming hot chocolate in your hands.
Add 5 Netflix shows to binge-watch to this scene and you’re in for a romantic romance. So there’s only one question left to ask: are you ready to lose* over 150 hours of free time that you can’t (and indeed don’t want) to get back? So do we, so keep reading.
Without further ado, here are our 5 favorite shows on Netflix that deserve to be binge-watched this fall.
1. Emily in Paris
From the creator of Sex and the City, Emily in Paris is one of those cheesy but uplifting series about a young American marketer who moves to Paris to work for the agency branch she works for.
I can pretty much guarantee that you’ll fall in love with Paris (again, if you haven’t already) and want to be Emily. Oh, the kitchen, culture, Literature, architecture, the Parisian style, take me away.
2. The Good Place
This is a bit strange and funny and it will also make you think. The main character, Eleanor, accidentally ends up in some kind of heavenly afterlife, which confuses her considering that she had lived a life of selfishness. Her character development is off the charts and she will leave you feeling mentally invigorated (invigorated, depending on how you felt at the start).
3. Brooklyn 99
This series is on the list because it’s impossible not to love it. This program is quite a feat. It’s so good and fun. Capital Holt jokes with such a straight face that you can’t help but laugh, whether you find the joke funny or not.
The other characters are also relatable and the writers make them the focus of each episode making you really fall in love with them.
4. Modern Family
OK, it’s not recent, although they just released a new season. The dad, Phil, is a great character, and worth watching for him alone. He is clumsy and childish, but he always looks out for the best of his family which makes you like him right away. If you want a realistic picture of family dynamics plus constant gags and gags, you have to watch this series.
5. Schitt’s Creek
A millionaire family loses everything and has to move to a motel in the middle of nowhere. Thanks to the ridiculous nature of the characters and the situation there are many episodes where you will laugh out loud. My favorite character is David, sarcastic and a bit moody, but all the characters are quite likable.
You can catch each series in one weekend if you’re well equipped with nachos, popcorn, and no desire to hit the cold autumn streets.
*We justify our unusual call for laziness because we know that you will definitely improve your English, so you are actually being productive.