Is it just me or did all the good shows come back on netflix recently?! I'm generally not the one to watch netflix during the school year but I have a few days relaxing outside of London until I'm back in New York and dealing with jet lag, moving, and starting an internship, and finding a job to get all caught up on the goodness that is netflix shows. Here's what I plan on binge watching:
Master of None
You've probably heard all the rave reviews already but Master of None is such a refreshing show to watch. I feel like it should be mandatory for all first/second-gen immigrants to watch because Aziz Ansari just gets it. It's hilarious, makes me feel all the feelings about my parents, and it well done overall. Plus, Ansari is an NYU alum and we're both marketing majors so I like to think that I'm destined to be the next him.
House of Cards
I am waaaay behind on House of Cards (I think I'm stopped somewhere on season 3?) but with the currently political situation I think this would actually help me take the mind off the news. Kevin Spacey is amazing as Frank Underwood, so much so that I almost aspire to be him (minus the murder, and deceit, and all that jazz).
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
I really appreciated the past two seasons of UKS for it's lightheartedness and catchy tunes (pinor noir anyone?). I think this is the perfect show to relax over with a tub of ice cream and feels perfect for the summertime.
The latest season of Chef's Table actually came out a few months ago, but I was holding out until I could watch it at home on our super HD tv (with the curved screen and everything. #extra). Chef's Table is one of those shows where I am glued to the screen, it is one of the best produced shows I've ever watched and it never leaves me anything short of breathless. I could honestly go on about my love for this show in a whole post of its own!
I recently finished watching Abstract: The Art of Design which I loved, and I'm anxiously waiting for Daredevil to come back next year. What have you been watching lately, anything you'd recommend?