New On Netflix: The Series & Seasons To Catch
There’s always something new to binge
If you’re a homebody that enjoys a good show to watch (or even binge)—and we know all of us have been homebodies at one time or another—then getting to the end of series or season is one of the worst possible things to happen. Fortunately, there’s always something new to catch right around the corner thanks to Netflix.
Designated Survivor (season 2)
President-by-default Kirkman has a lot to answer to in the upcoming season of Designated Survivor. As the US public expects him to follow through with an explanation as to what took down almost the entire American government, he must also maintain the dynamics of the White House and everyone that works within it.
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At the age of 18, Sam (who falls within the autism spectrum), decides he wants to start dating. His choice affects not only him, but his entire family as well. His mother doesn’t know who she is beyond being Sam’s guardian, his father is thrilled that Sam is finally looking to him for advice and his sister is struggling between staying at home and taking an athletic scholarship from a distant high school.
Narcos (season 3)
While the first two seasons of Narcos focused primarily on
Pablo Escobar, these 10 additional episodes from Netflix are now
voiced over by DEA agent Javier Peña. With Peña holding the reigns
following Escobar's death, season 3 promises to showcase a worthwhile
change of pace as the DEA attempts to bring down the Cali
How To Get Away With Murder
To view the first three seasons of How To Get Away With Murder before you dive into the new season, look no further than Netflix. Relive the drama and exciting moments surrounding the lives of law professor Annalise Keating and her students, who become entwined in a murder plot that sets their lives on an often dark road.
Marvel's The Defenders
Breaking away from the second season of Daredevil and the first season of Iron Fist, The Defenders sees Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist team up in none other than New York City. Together, these vigilantes fight a common enemy in the Hand.
Set in a county in Eastern London called Essex, White Gold stars Gossip Girl-alum Ed Westwick as Vincent, the head of a double-glazed windows sales team in the 1980s. Along with his team, the eloquent and charming anti-hero will do everything and anything to make a sale.