Winter Storm Jonas gave us a taste of the good life. By the good life, we mean sitting on our couch, binge-eating, and binge watching. Now that it’s officially #LesMis out, we think it’s time to just admit it: this coming weekend, we’re going to Netflix and Chill. We’re going to have some friends over, for sure, but we may indulge in a distinctly New York possibility: click guide to write an essay how to write a movie review essay dissertation topics on educational administration water conservation essay in sanskrit youtube hate speech get link follow how to tell a true war story essay dissertation writing services online programming assignment http://mechajournal.com/alumni/philosophy-writing-service/12/ dogscats essay viagra online canada overnight marriage conclusion essay go here writing a apa paper step by step see introduction and abstract interaction viagra benadryl essay ideas for extremely loud and incredibly close essay on technological change see url imigran clonidine overnight delivery how to write gmat essays how to write a 4 page essay in 2 hours cover letter sample template for fresh graduate in civil engineering follow url here homework help italy sildenafil uso femenino Delivery and Netflix and Chill.
Here are some things we’ll be binge-watching this weekend, and what we’ll be binging on while watching.
What to Watch: Making a Murderer
If you’ve been living under a rock and haven’t watched this, you’d better get on your couch, and bunker down for hours of super dramatic documentary. Given that all the drama goes down in Wisconsin, we think it should be watched with, what else, but some beer and cheeeeeese.
What to Watch: Chelsea Does
Chelsea Handler’s Netflix documentary series called Chelsea Does premiered last Friday, and we’re pretty psyched to have our fave funny lady back, taking on sliggggghtly more serious topics than Justin Bieber’s love life.
Pair It With: Belvedere, Chelsea’s Vodka of Choice. Maybe with some pomegranate seeds? Those are her fave, too.
What to Watch: Master of None
Aziz Ansari’s new show does not disappoint and is exactly what you’d expect from one of our favorite comedians, writers, and famous foodie.
What to Watch: Luther
This critically acclaimed BBS crime drama, set in London, staring one of our favorite British actors, Idris Elba, just ended after 5 seasons and has recently been added to Netflix, which means it’s perfect for binge-watching.
What to Watch: Beasts of No Nation
Idris Elba again, which we are pretty psyched about. The British actor stars in this newly released Netflix original movie about an African mercenary army and the children who become soldiers.
What to Watch: Cartel Nation
We can’t help it: El Chapo, Narcos, we’re fascinated by documentaries and shows about Mexico’s drug cartels. This new documentary follows two vigilante groups that have formed in Mexico.
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