Netflix: our primary source of entertainment. However, sometimes it feels like it’s easy to get lost in the world of Netflix and to come out more confused than when you started due to the massive selection of content. So we’re here to recommend the most binge-worthy and exciting content to stream this month on Netflix.
The Break With Michelle Wolf
Love her or hate her, everyone knows who Michelle Wolf is. Funny, sharp and doesn’t hold back for anyone. The hilarious comedian now has her own highly-anticipated show on Netflix, coming out at the end of May. Wolf has worked with big names like Seth Meyers and Trevor Noah. We knew it would only be a matter of time before she got her own big break!
Wild Wild Country
In one word: mesmerizing. In two words: mind-boggling. This mini docu-series follows a tiny all-American town located in Wasco County, Oregon. A controversial Indian guru and his followers decide to settle in bringing mystery and intrigue. It’s not just the plot that’s amazing; the characters are touching and funny, and the story unfolds like a magic trick. Grab some snacks – you’re going to be glued to your screen.
We all sighed in relief when NBC decided to reverse their decision to cancel the show. Brooklyn Nine-Nine is returning with a sixth season next year due to massive online fan pressure. Now you can catch the first three seasons of the hilarious police sitcom on Netflix for the first time or maybe even re-watch the whole thing, just because you can!
Sometimes we all need just to lay back and stare at the screen. So we might as well catch some laughs while we’re there. Nailed It! is a hilarious reality competition series where amateur bakers compete with each other to win $10,000 – and they go at it hard. They attempt to recreate large, fancy cakes. Their failures are incredible, the contestants are iconic, and you will probably never look at cakes the same after you’re done binge-watching this show.
Every once in a while, we want to get emotional, ugly cry, and watch a touching story. 6 Balloons, directed by Marja-Lewis Ryan, is just that. The film is about Katie (Abbi Jacobson) whose trying to help rehabilitate her drug-addict brother Seth (Dave Franco) and also desperately wants to live her own life. The movie premiered at the South by Southwest Festival and was highly praised.