Most Binge Worthy Movies On Netflix

Not sure what to watch? Check out these five favorites .

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Most Binge Worthy Movies On Netflix

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Ashley Braun, contributor

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by Ashley Braun

Grey’s Anatomy

When MAGIC (Meredith, Alex, George, Izzie, and Cristina) start as first year interns, can they keep their personal and professional lives separate? Or will it all collide?

Stranger Things

Stranger Things is a show based on Will Byers being stuck in the “Upside Down”, an alternate dimension. His friends, Mike, Dustin, and Lucas, must convince Eleven, a girl that is born with telepathic abilities, to use her powers to save Will.

After

When Tessa Young goes off to college and meets Hardin Scott, a bad boy with a complicated past, can she keep her good girl reputation alive? Or will she throw it all away to have a relationship with the bad boy?

Riverdale

Riverdale is a mystery drama based on the investigation of Jason Blossom’s death. When Betty, the good girl with good grades, becomes friends with Veronica, the new girl, and they start investigating Jason’s murder, they find out the murder may be more twisted and confusing than it looks from the surface. CW, the network that owns this show, didn’t renew its contract with Netflix, so while there are no immediate plans to pull it, it might not be around long.

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before

This is a movie based on Lara Jean Covey’s five secret love letters. When Lara Jean’s younger sister Kitty sends all of Lara Jean’s secret love letters — and Josh, Lara Jean’s older sister Margot’s boyfriend, receives a letter — Lara Jean tries to avoid talking to Josh about the letter by starting a fake relationship with Peter Kavinsky, another recipient of a love letter.

No, don’t go!

These favorites are among the titles with licenses expiring (meaning Netflix’s contract with the companies that own them are almost up). Catch ‘em while you can, Eagles.

Thor: Ragnarok (Dec 2019)

Star Wars: The Last Jedi (Dec 2019)

Friends (likely Jan 2020)

The Office (likely Jan 2020)

Parks & Rec (Oct 2020)

source: www.whats-on-netflix.com