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Lets start with a Netflix favorite:
This is the show that started it all. When you’re feeling stuck behind your desk, this classic will make you laugh and feel better about your work woes. The workplace comedy was created by Greg Daniels and based on Ricky Gervais’s original BBC series of the same name. It follows employees at Dunder Mifflin Paper Company in Scranton, Pennsylvania as they go about their daily lives trying to impress Michael Scott while hilarity ensues! This show highlights what working life can be like for some people sometimes great but often times not so much. But who else would give us Jim Halpert!?
We love him!!
The show is about the life of a middle-aged man with three children, his wife and her ex-husband. It deals with them all being in different stages of their lives as well as it touches on issues such as mental illness, death and suicide. This series has been praised by critics for its realism in portraying parents who are dealing with typical family difficulties while also raising kids. “This is Us” tackles difficult subjects that many people may not want to talk or think about but should be aware exist like suicide, depression, tragedy and postpartum stress disorder,” says Psychologist Dr. Donald Hensrud from Mayo Clinic Hospital. “It’s an empathetic portrayal of mental health problems without stigmatizing those who suffer from them,” he adds.
The Netflix original “This Is Us” tackles difficult subjects such as depression, mental illness and postpartum stress disorder without making them look bad on those who deal with these issues every day. This show is ultimately about acceptance but not being perfect. It deals with raw topics like suicide, bullying, domestic violence and infertility without sugar coating it.
This Is Us is an Emmy Award-winning television show that offers a family drama mixed with some comedy to help balance out the emotional intensity of this series. The cast has done such amazing work in portraying their multi-dimensional characters and they are believable because there’s so much depth to them. It also shows how families need to come together for themselves even if they’re not perfect all the time which we can definitely relate too!
- House of Cards
- Orange Is the New Black
- Stranger Things
- “Breaking Bad”
- Game of Thrones (Season one and two)
- Silicon Valley
Netflix is an American entertainment company founded in 1997. It started as a DVD-by-mail service but expanded into streaming and a variety of other services, which now include online TV shows and movies that can be streamed on demand to TVs, computers, mobile devices or consoles.
The first thing you need to know about Netflix’s original content is they are not shy when it comes to budgeting for their headliners. House of Cards cost $130 million for two seasons with 26 episodes each,while the Wachowski siblings’ Sense Eight series will reportedly have six hourlong installments at nearly $100 million per season. At this point, it’s safe to say that there really isn’t any competition for Netflix on the original programming front.
With all these accolades under its belt, it should be no surprise that they are about to enter the anime industry with three new shows set for release next month
This article provides viewers with some in depth information about their favorite television series, as well as an overview of how much someone might make doing this type of work. It also includes quotes from people who have watched these programs that give readers an idea whether or not they want to see it themselves. The author goes into detail on each show and rates them out of five stars based off criteria such as acting, plot line, pacing, etc., which helps those looking for something new know where to start.