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As I mentioned in Part 1 (posted yesterday — READ HERE), Netflix has become the go-to channel for shows about bad people doing terrible things. Serial killers. Mad dictators. Con men. And again, check out the Top Ten on Netflix anytime, and you’ll see what I mean.
I don’t seek out shows about crime and war. There just seems to be an overabundance of them, presumably because that’s what the public wants. I also watch other stuff, of course, but for purposes of writing reviews, I’ll try to group these and stick to many of the most well-known Netflix programs released over the past year or two.
Last time, I did 20 reviews on the more recent shows. Now, I’ll dig a bit deeper into the archive (aided by the “What You Watched” feature at the push of a button–I sure didn’t do this from memory, except for the review part). Listed in the order they appear on my queue:Read More
Netflix has pretty much turned into a platform for shows about bad people who do terrible things. Serial killers. Dictators. Con artists. Should you doubt this, then check out the Top Ten on Netflix anytime, and you’ll see what I mean.
After some reluctance, I finally signed up to Netflix two years ago when COVID began, and have been watching ever since. But they sure do feature lots of shows about scumbags.
It’s been a little while since I wrote about the latest Netflix shows I’ve seen. I’ll try to make this a semi-quarterly thing from now on. What follows are the Netflix shows I’ve watched within the last few months, along with a short description, a brief review, and a grade (1-10 scale). Listed in the order they appear on my queue:Read More
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