Looking for the best movies or series to binge on Netflix? Look no further, because we have put together a list of the best Netflix series and movies available to watch right now!
Shonda Rhimes’s first big soapy period drama under Shondaland’s Netflix deal takes viewers to a sumptuous version of Regency England. The year is 1813. The marriage-minded debutantes and eligible bachelors are all hot. And young Daphne Bridgerton is about to literally collide with the rakish young Duke of Hastings, Simon Bassett.
Will they fall in love? Will they fall out of love? You’ll just have to watch to find out.
First aired in 2018, Cobra Kai is an American martial arts comedy-drama streaming television series based on The Karate Kid film series created by Robert Mark Kamen.
This Karate Kid sequel series picks up 30 years after the events of the 1984 All Valley Karate Tournament and finds Johnny Lawrence on the hunt for redemption by reopening the infamous Cobra Kai karate dojo. This reignites his old rivalry with the successful Daniel LaRusso, who has been working to maintain the balance in his life without mentor Mr. Miyagi.
The series covers the reign of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom. Peter Morgan, who wrote 2006 film The Queen and the recent stage play The Audience, teamed up with director Stephen Daldry to create the series. The series follows Queen Elizabeth II as she beings her reign. As well as the political rivalries and romance of Queen Elizabeth II's reign and the events that shaped the second half of the twentieth century.
With 4 seasons and a 5th being made, this really is a great watch for those of you who love to learn about our Royal family as well as love a bit of drama!
We Can Be Heroes
The sequel to The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D, We Can Be Heroes, is mostly a new story from writer/director Robert Rodriguez about a new generation of superhero kids.
This time, instead of Sharkboy, the main character is a girl named Missy Moreno, the on-screen daughter of Pedro Pascal, who plays a superhero named Marcus. Unlike her dad, Missy has no superpowers, but that doesn’t stop her from saving the day with her new band of super-friends when her dad is kidnapped by aliens.
The Queen's Gambit
Netflix’s new limited series The Queen’s Gambit tells the story of chess prodigy Beth Harmon, as she battles trauma, grief, self-doubt, and most importantly, addiction on her way to the top. Often darkly comic, the series is nevertheless steeped in tragedy. Beth is abandoned by both the living and the dead. The only constant she can lean on is the cold mathematical order found within the black and white world of a chess board.
This 2009 teen comedy starring Zac Efron and Matthew Perry, as well as Thomas Lennon, Leslie Mann and Michelle Trachtenberg, follows Mike O’Donnell, a former high school basketball star whose life is thrown off track when his girlfriend gets pregnant. He turns down life as a college athlete to help raise their kid, and years later, now married with two children, he’s magically transformed back into his teen self.
Liam Neeson’s Unknown is an action-thriller directed by Jaume Collet-Serra, centering around a professor who wakes up from a four-day long coma and sets out to prove his identity after no one recognizes him, including his own wife, and another man claiming his identity.
Death to 2020
Death to 2020 is a new mockumentary from the creator of Black Mirror, featuring plenty of celebrities — Hugh Grant, Lisa Kudrow, Samuel L. Jackson and more — being “interviewed” about what was arguably one of the worst years in history.
Featuring appearances from characters like a reporter, a historian, a politician, a psychologist and a scientist, Death to 2020 attempts to satirize the year through multiple perspectives.