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What to Binge on Netflix This November

Mattie Cieplak ‘21

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An increasingly popular way to pass the time for the teen population is to watch Netflix, which has a host of binge-worthy shows and is dangerously addictive. The month of October was an especially good time to become a Netflix subscriber, as everything from new seasons of fan-favorite shows, cult classic horror movies, and new Netflix originals premiered on the streaming service. Here are the biggest hits to come to the streaming service during the past month.

The first addition to any viewer’s must-watch list is Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, a television thriller based on the comic series of the same name and adapted by the créateurs of Riverdale. It features a cast of new talent but also some old favorites, like Ross Lynch from Austin and Ally and Kiernan Shipka from Mad Men, who plays Sabrina and is sure to impress. Some more lighthearted offerings include the rom-coms The Lake House and Must Love Dogs. Both feature a sentimental story, and each has an interesting twist to keep viewers hooked. If looking for something a little more factual, Making a Murderer: Part 2 and Empire Games are the way to go. Making a Murderer: Part 2 continues where part one left off, but if readers have not seen part one, have no fear, as it is relatively easy to follow. Both are featured as a Netflix original, with Making a Murderer: Part One being highly acclaimed as an excellent documentary and leading to high expectations for part two. Empire Games has fictional depictions of real historical events and is a little less accurate than Making a Murderer, but, nonetheless, is still entertaining for history-lovers and fans of documentaries. Similar to Empire Games in name, but not at all in topic, Empire Records incorporates a little more comedy into the romantic-comedy genre and features the element of music, often an overlooked component of this style of film and infusing a fresh feeling into this offering. Finally, to round out all of what has been featured in this article, The Haunting of Molly Hartley is a thriller movie that could quite possibly have been the spookiest October movie on the platform.

Overall, while the coming month could be filled with stress, make sure to leave some time to decompress and enjoy the little things in life, like new TV shows to watch and movies to feel all sorts of emotions over.

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