Delight Valentine’s Day weekend! Whether you’re enjoying the holidays or not, this is a great time to catch some great Netflix shows.
People love to celebrate Valentine’s Day in different ways. Some are very romantic, others are very practical, some with their friendsand others even enjoy celebrating Valloween and watching horror movies or not celebrating at all!
Whatever your choice, Netflix has a wide variety of shows and movie to keep you busy all weekend.
Netflix’s Top 10 Shows List is full of great options to watch including, new episodes of Sweet Magnolias, OzarkRaise Dion, Disenchantment, and Dark lust. If you’re leaning towards horror or thriller, check it out We are all dead and Woman in the house.
The best Netflix shows February 12, 2022
Below, we’ve recommended a drama, true crime, romance, comedy, and horror series for your Valentine’s weekend. Interesting!
Based on a true story told from a New York magazine articles, Invented Anna tells the story of one of the biggest scams and the journalist goes out to get the story.
Starring Julia Garner as Anna Delvey, who has real name is Anna Sorokin, convinced many in New York City’s elite that she was a German heiress who inherited $65 million. She will continue to scam banks, hotels and individuals with her new personality. Journalist Vivian Kent (Anna Chlumsky) sets out to find out exactly how Anna accomplished this feat.
It is certain that check out this limited series.
Catch the killer
If you’re really guilty, check out the new episodes of Catch the killer. The second season of this documentary consists of four episodes with an average running time of 36 minutes each. Very fast, but you can also watch season 1, which also has four episodes.
Each episode analyzes a specific serial killer, detailing their horrific crimes. This season features the killers known as BTK, The Phoenix Serial Shooter, and a two part season about the Toronto Village Killer.
If romance is coming, be sure to check out part one of the hot series Bridgerton. The series is based on a series of romance novels written by Julia Quinn, so you know, it’s all about romance and sex. The historical drama is set in the Regent Era and is as lavish as it is described in the book.
The plot follows the Bridgerton family and other families of tons as they enjoy the season where debutants are introduced to look for matching pairs. Bridgerton not your mom’s period drama. Bridgerton push the conservative boundaries found in another series or similar films and put an end to the racial stereotypes commonly found in this type of story. It is a new reboot of the Regency Era.
Second season of Bridgerton will premiere on Netflix on March 25.
If you need a comedy to enjoy this weekend, check it out New girl. The series revolves around Jess Day (Zooey Deschanel), Nick Miller (Jake Johnson), Schmidt (Max Greenfield), Winston Bishop (Lamorne Morris), their former roommate Coach (Damon Wayans Jr.) and his friend. Jess’s best friend is Cece Parekh (Hannah Simone).
Jess moves into a loft in LA with friends, and life will never be the same. A mix of comedy and drama, the film tells all of the characters’ romances, careers, and family lives. The appearance of many guests who are familiar faces adds a certain charm to the mix.
Mass at midnight
If you are a fan of Mike Flanagan and still haven’t seen Mass at midnight, you are missing out. This is a great series where viewers know something is amiss but can’t put their finger on the issue until the very last minute before it’s revealed. Flanagan is a master at getting his viewers to sit on the edge of their seats waiting, waiting for the next reveal.
Mass at midnight Set on isolated Crockett Island which has always been an island that relies on its church leader to guide them. When a new priest arrives, he revives the town’s religious fervor while at the same time mysterious events begin to occur.
What Netflix shows will you be watching this weekend?
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