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Looking for a new teen drama to binge-watch?
After the success of Netflix's original teen shows like the heartfelt comedic-drama Atypical, to their current thrilling series The Society, it seems the streaming-service has moved to straddle the genre's spectrum with their latest release, Trinkets. A teen drama that delves into serious
You don't need to be a rom-com fan to love it!
I’ll be honest: I’m not an avid watcher of romantic-comedy flicks. I find them predictable, formulaic, and with repetitive character tropes, considering the amount of movies that come out in this genre every year. Having said that, the Netflix Original film Always
Which one are you most eager to watch?
Action and sci-fi dominate this month's Netflix releases as the streaming site leads with yet another original K-drama TV series starring Song Joong-Ki. The list of new thrilling shows and movies also include a new season of Black Mirror, along with Jennifer Aniston
This coming June, it's all about love and rainbows all around! What better way to celebrate Pride month than by binge-watching all the LGBTQ-led films available on Netflix? And when we say all, we quite literally mean it because, let's be honest,
The epic Korean fantasy series Arthdal Chronicles premieres on Netflix this June.
Song Joong-Ki is no stranger to playing dashing and charismatic leading men roles, but his latest project is unlike anything we’ve seen him done before. For one, he’s ultra tan with messy brown locks and a painted face—a total contrast to the
Following Crazy Rich Asians' success, Always Be My Maybe tells the story of two long-lost childhood friends.
After the blockbuster success of Crazy Rich Asians, it looks like the rom-com streak with an all-Asian cast continues—this time, with Netflix’s newest original film Always Be My Maybe. Set for release on May 31, the film centers on two childhood best friends
Chill out with your mom on her special day.
It's Mother's Day in a few weeks! You know what that means? It's time to treat the queens in our lives with a much deserved R&R. Maybe treat her to lunch, take her to the spa, and get your nails done, then
With two new K-dramas to anticipate plus a romantic comedy flick led by Fresh Off the Boat's Randall Park, it looks like the Asians are slowly taking over Netflix this May! See more details below, along with the rest of Netflix's newest
Warning: spoilers ahead.
After having recently churned out a few successful rom-coms like Set It Up and To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, Netflix is once again trying to imprint their mark on the genre with their latest release, Someone Great. A break-up film starring
Noah Centineo's new rom-com, Korean dramas, and more to watch out for!
Whether it's a fake date with a broke Noah Centineo or a child-like Brie Larson's face splattered in paint and rainbows, Netflix is once again delivering an eclectic selection of new films and TV shows to watch out for this month of April.Check them
Perfect for binge-watching this women's month!
This romantic comedy is more than just about hair. It's about breaking through stereotypes and realizing your worth as a woman, way beyond the standards set by society that are expected of you. Not to mention Kehlani's Advice playing in the background
He's a superhero who isn't afraid of fighting in drag.
“Find the character’s shoes, you’ll find the character.” Irish actor Robert Sheehan shared during Netflix’s See What’s Next Asia. Along with Ellen Page, Tom Hopper, Emmy Raver-Lampman, David Castañeda, Aidan Gallagher, Cameron Britton, and Mary J. Blige, Robert stars in Netflix’s new
Yes, Lee Jong Suk's latest K-drama included!
Valentine's day is coming up, and in true Netflix and chill fashion, the streaming website's got new releases for your viewing pleasure—whether you're planning on celebrating it with a special someone, with your group of friends, or, you know, alone. Scroll through your