Now that the spooky season is (sadly) behind us, we’re in the home stretch for a long marathon of holiday breaks.
When all of the face-stuffing, awkward family socializing and after-dinner naps is all said and done, Netflix will call your name.
Here are some binge-worthy titles to stream over the upcoming holiday vacations.
If you liked “Breaking Bad,” you’ll love the Netflix original “Ozark.”
Starring Jason Bateman in his typical family man gone bad role, Netflix has recently released its second season.
After getting caught up in a money-laundering scheme for the Mexican drug cartel and his family’s safety is at stake, Marty Byrde (Bateman) decides to take the risk and move to the Ozarks for a fresh start.
It seems like when things are finally settling down and Marty can finally escape the cartel, anything that can go wrong, will go wrong.
Little does Marty know, there is a local family running their own drug business, and they’ll do anything to run Marty and his family out of town.
With threats coming from every which way, Marty always finds a way to get out of the situation.
‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’
“Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” stars actress and comedian Ellie Kemper and is a palate cleanser that requires little thought, but provides light-hearted and quirky humor.
After being rescued from a religious cult led by Richard Wayne Gary Wayne (played by Jon Hamm), Kimmy moves to New York City for a new beginning.
Kimmy does not go this journey alone, as her two new friends, Titus Andromedon (Titus Burgess) and Lillian Kaushtupper (Carol Kane), help her start her life for the first time since being kidnapped.
As she goes through the motions, she learns valuable life lessons that she never knew before.
With a third season on the horizon, “Stranger Things” captured hearts with its lead characters being a group of kids from the ’80s.
When a string of strange events leads to Will disappearing, his friends Mike, Dustin and Lucas will do everything to find him. The group also makes friends with a peculiar girl that goes by the name Eleven.
Eleven was the production of a fishy government experiment going on in the outskirts of their beloved small town of Hawkins.
With each season ending on a cliffhanger, you won’t be able to stop watching.