Here’s my recommendation of what to watch on Netflix for May 2015.
Netflix Watch List: May 2015
The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
TV Series, Comedy
The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is a hilariously funny spoof on modern culture as seen through the eyes of a woman who is locked in a bunker for the last 15 years. It’s easy, light watching by creator Tina Fey. Also, be prepared to have the theme song in your head for days.
TV Series, Crime Drama
The Fall is a Netflix original that will haunt you all the way through. In fact, I am still thinking about it. The show follows a serial killer and the detective who is trying to track him down. (If you like The Fall also check out Happy Valley.)
TV Series, Drama
The Red Road is an extremely suspenseful drama from the Sundance channel. I recommend it for viewing with your spouse because it has both drama and action making it riveting for both.
Fed Up is an extremely interesting look at the obesity epidemic and how it affects our children. If you have kids I highly recommend viewing this to better understand our nutrition and how things have changed in this generation.
Incorrigible – Chris D’Elia
Stand Up Comedy
Ok save this one for when you are in the mood for some raunchy comedy. Chris D’Elia goes great with a beer and some good company.
I am always seeking out new and interesting things to watch on Netflix. Sometimes it seems like their selection is so big it’s impossible to choose something you like so I thought I’d give you a glimpse of what we have watched recently and recommend to add to your Netflix watch list.
TV Series, Drama
I know I am super late to this game, but I started from the beginning and have been loving this series.
TV Series, Historical Crime Drama
This series is so good, but beware there are only two seasons so far. Also, you may have to turn on the subtitles during some points because the accent gets really thick.
Enjoyable comedy for both sexes. Great movie for a Friday night in.
“The film chronicles the community and life of festival-goers during Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas, the largest dance and music festival held in the US.”
I know, you’re skeptical, but you must try it.
This is a really cool narration and animation of a children’s book. It is narrated with the most soothing voice ever and is great for talking about imagination. If you like it try The Gruffalo’s Child also.
What have you watched recently on Netflix that you would recommend? What is on your Netflix watch list?