The weekend is an excellent time for you to catch up with friends and family, however, having a weekend with no plans at all isn’t a bad thing too because you can stay home and dedicate a blissful 72-hours to hopping onto the sofa and start streaming television shows on Netflix.
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Lorelai Gilmore (Lauren Graham), a business-minded single mother and her academic daughter Rory (Alexis Bledel) living in a small town in England. Both mother and daughter seek for love and fulfillment. Lorelai dropped out of school after getting Rory and aims to success on her career.
Rory was struggling to succeed in academic, navigating teenage rivalries and young love. Lighthearted and episodic, Gilmore Girl is as comforting as a warm cup of tea with a slice of pie.
Each episode of Black Mirror tells a theme of modern and near-future technology story. Black Mirror was inspired by the older classic series like The Twilight Zone, which was able to deal with controversial and contemporary topics without worrying about censorship.
Beyond all of the mind-bending, thought-provoking, and world-building, every episode will leave the best spoiler guessers out there reeling from the plot twists and turns in every episode.
After an 11-year-old is killed, the detective inspector Alec Hardy (David Tennant) who finds himself dealing with high stakes and emotions in his search to find the murderer.
The series tells how a child’s murder affects a small community and how the characters react to the attention given by the media. At only eight episodes in one series, this British show is accessible to binge in a weekend.
Walter White (Bryan Cranston) is a high-school chemistry teacher diagnosed with inoperable lung cancer. With his chemistry background, Walter manufactures and sell crystallized methamphetamine in order to secure his family’s future before he dies while navigating the dangers of the criminal world.
He works together with his former student named Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul). Many have said Breaking Bad was merely the greatest TV series of all time!
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