October 29, 2021 12:40 AM | by The Fustany Team
20 Addictive Netflix Movies & Series to Binge Watch Now
Okay, we’re not the only ones that finish all of their new additions on Netflix in a day, and we know that. Picking what to watch can be a little tricky because if you pick the wrong show, you’re going to stay on your phone the entire time instead of being bothered to change it, we get it. That’s why you need to make the smart decision, and we’re here to help with that. This list of productions will keep you so entertained you’ll feel bored afterwards. 20 addictive Netflix movies and series to watch:
This Korean show is for those who have a heavy heart. Because you're in for a lot of unexpected plot twists and drama. The show is intense, but I finished it in two days. Just keep a tissue nearby, that's all I'm going to say. The Squid game is about a group of people in South Korea who are deeply in debt. They are initially tricked into participating in a deadly tournament of children's games, but many of them volunteer to return, realizing that the games may be their only chance to win the money they require to survive.
We don’t know whether it’s healthy to have mixed feelings about this show, but we do. This show follows the messed-up life of Joe (the classic hip bookstore manager) who’s played by Penn Badgley and his romantic affairs that get kind of well…. obsessive to say the least. The more into it you get the darker it gets; the new season is coming very soon so hurry to catch up.
Locke & Key
If you want to binge-watch something this weekend, Locke & Key is a must-see. It has two seasons, each with ten episodes that you can't get enough of. Locke & Key follows the Locke siblings, Tyler, Kinsey, and little Bode, as they return to their ancestral home of Keyhouse with their mother following their father's gruesome murder and the rest is up to you to watch.
I finished this series in one day because it was so good that I couldn't put it down. What I like about it is that it discusses domestic violence, which some women face. Maid tells the story of Alex, a single mother who relies on housecleaning to pay the bills. While escaping an abusive relationship. And overcoming homelessness in order to provide a better life for her daughter, Maddy.
If you think a show can't have that much drama, you've probably never seen Dynasty. It's a reboot of Esther Shapiro and Richard Shapiro's "Famous" 1981-1989 series, "Dynasty," which tells the story of two of America's wealthiest families, the Carringtons and the Colbys, as they feud for control of their fortune and their children.
The Good Doctor
I haven't watched it yet, but many people have recommended it to me. The series follows Dr. Shaun Murphy, played by Freddie Highmore, who is a young surgeon with autism and savant syndrome who continues to use his extraordinary medical abilities in St. Bonaventure's surgical unit.
Things Heard & Seen
This is for the horror fans out there. This thriller movie had us so scared and stuck by our TVs at the same time, we couldn’t get up, but needed to pee from the anxiety it was giving us. Amanda Seyfried does a good job of keeping us scared yet worried for her.
This is for those who like crime shows. So intense and suspenseful, I was praying for them. This show refers to a family whose life gets turned upside down when a video of the dad goes viral, and not in a good way. With their family’s wellbeing on the line, they do everything they can to figure out who’s doing this and why.
This movie is a thriller, so if you like those types of movies, you will probably enjoy it a lot. It's about Jenn, a woman who is struggling after a miscarriage and decides to seek professional help in the form of therapist Dr. Collin Meade. That's all I'm going to say without spoiling anything. If you're planning a movie night with your bestie, this is the movie for you. Just don't forget to bring some snacks.
You've most likely heard these words before "Carole Baskin Killed her husband, whacked him. Can’t convince me that it didn’t happen" There is a whole song about it thanks to Joe exotic. This docuseries is extremely entertaining to watch, and season 2 is set to premiere on November 17th, which I am very excited about. The docuseries follows quirky people involved in private tiger zoos, such as the colorful and controversial former zookeeper Joe Exotic, who was sentenced to 22 years in prison for hiring a hitman to kill his nemesis, Carole Baskin.
Legally blonde one and two
These two really don’t need an explanation, the iconic movies are going to be available on Netflix starting this week! This girl power chick flick is very empowering. This is a perfect option or idea for a movie marathon with you and your girlfriends, maybe with some face masks and questionable snack choices.
We loved this movie. It had us frustrated and crying all at once. Following the sad life of Jackie Kennedy, it showed us the former first lady’s heart-breaking life, she didn’t have it easy as she was expected to be the “perfect wife that portrays traditional or classic American values” during her stay at the White House, and then the historical assassination of her husband.
Don’t F**** with Cats
This is one of our favorites. This suspenseful docu-series talks about how a couple of people on the internet, including author John Green, we’re concerned with some troubling content on the internet. They weren’t taken seriously at first up until a certain point, and then when they do it gets ridiculous. You’ll be running around in your bed questioning your entire life. A serious watch.
She’s all that
This iconic movie is now on Netflix, following the story of the popular jock who thinks he is too good for anyone, he quickly falls for the quirky quiet girl who ends up getting a huge makeover. First, a bet between him and his friends, the inevitable of her finding out gives out...this cute rom-com is an all-time classic!
He’s All That
The reboot of the original movie starring Addison Rae. Very similar to the original, the difference is Addison plays the main character who is also an influencer, it’s with the times.
Cooking with Paris
That’s hot, literally. Paris Hilton is a whole icon but we're not here to talk about that. She just released a cooking show where she prepares her favorite snacks and meals, but still being completely oblivious to what anything in the kitchen does. With guests like Kim Kardashian, you’ll love this.
Selena the Series
This show follows the beautiful Selena in her beautiful yet short and tragic life, her rise to fame and her obstacles along the way. We’re waiting for a season 3 out here.
This hilarious show has a quirky twist to any classic high school show, it attempts to educate its viewers in a light and funny way. With an amazing cast, you’ll barely feel like you’re learning anything.
This show is like the Spanish version of ‘Sex and the city’. What more is there to say? We know we finished it a little too quickly, did you?
Elite Season 4
Ah, the new season really had us upset, didn’t it? The minute you think it’s all over, let them live normal lives, BOOM, a new character comes along to mess everything up. This murder mystery spectacular released its fourth season last June.