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Netflix is an amazing service that can entertain you for hours on end. If you’re looking to get into some of the best TV shows Netflix has to offer, here are five must-watch series.

“Bojack Horseman”:

Bojack Horseman might be one of the most underrated and funniest show out there right now. The story follows Mr. Hollywood in his delusion as he tries to make a comeback with disastrous results while also trying to reconnect with friends from decades ago (or so he thinks). This season features new episodes every Friday at 12:00 AM PT!

“Black Mirror”:

Black Mirror takes place in a near future where technology isn’t such a positive influence on people’s lives anymore because it’s capable

It’s a tough job, but someone has to do it.

There are a number of reasons why we love Netflix.

It’s constantly adding new content, so there is always something fresh to binge on. And with the right show and timing, you can easily spend an entire day in bed watching episode after episode without ever feeling bored or overwhelmed with too much TV.

But sometimes even TV connoisseurs like us wonder what title they should watch next—and it’s not just because our queue has reached capacity (although that does happen). It could be for any reason: a friend recommended one; someone else at work talked about how great it was; or maybe your partner wants to get back into streaming together again but you’re not sure where to start.. which is why we’ve rounded up these five shows you definitely don’t want to miss on JP Morgan Software Engineer Salary.

This list will give you a little bit of everything, from comedy and romance to drama and suspense—and they’re all available right now for streaming wherever Netflix is offered (minus the first two seasons of Stranger Things). 

The Office 

This show has been off air for years but if you haven’t seen it yet, then your life isn’t complete. Based out in Scranton, Pennsylvania, everyone at Dunder Mifflin Paper Company tries their best to get through another workday while dealing with bad bosses, difficult clients and each other. It may seem like an average “office” show, but the characters are what make it so great.

Stranger Things 

This is Netflix’s newest hit series and for good reason—the 1980s setting and compelling storyline will hook you from the first episode. Sure, there’s a few cliches throughout (a group of teenage friends on bikes rides off into the distance), but that doesn’t stop this series from being one of our favorites. It even includes an 80s soundtrack to help set the mood!

 The Good Place 

If you haven’t seen Season One yet, then trust us when we say go watch it ASAP because you won’t regret it (and you can binge all 13 episodes). 

if you’re looking for a show with enough twists and turns to keep it interesting, then House of Cards is right up your alley. This political drama follows the story of Frank Underwood as he plots his way into becoming President, all while having an affair with Annabeth Chase from the White House Press Corps. It’s not hard to see why this show has been called one of “the most riveting dramas in recent memory” by The New York Times

Dragons’ Den:

Dragons’ Den follows aspiring entrepreneurs as they pitch their ideas to high-profile businesspeople who are willing invest money in exchange for equity. You’ll laugh at some pitches that fall hilariously short, but be moved by others as you watch people chase their dreams

Ozark:

For the sake of his family, a Chicago-based financial advisor agrees to work for a drug boss in rural Missouri laundering money. He must navigate between two worlds and balance the need to provide for his family with both an unpredictable crime organization and any legal or ethical concerns

Narcos: Narcos tells

 Luke Cage: Season One

 Narcos, Season Three

The Crown, Seasons One and Two

Stranger Things, Season Two (released on October 27)

The Good Place (season two is coming in 2018!)

 McMafia, Season One

 Designated Survivor, Season Two (released on October 27)

The Office:

this British comedy series is set at Slough Paper Company Limited – more commonly known as Wernham Hogg paper company – which produces lavatory rolls’ packaging materials by day but operates as a dysfunctional office space by night. It stars Steve Carell, Martin Freeman, Mackenzie Crook and Lucy Davis. The show aired from 2001 to 2003 before being canceled after two seasons due to low ratings; it was then brought back for the BBC in 2013 with new episodes following its original run of six years ago. Currently there are 12 season that span across three decades of time jumping between Michael Scott’s (Steve Carell) life, and the lives of his employees.

The show aired from 2001 to 2003 before being canceled after two seasons due to low ratings; it was then brought back for the BBC in 2013 with new episodes following its original run of six years ago. Currently there are 12 season that span across three decades of time jumping between Michael Scott’s (Steve Carell) life, and the lives of his employees.

Stranger Things:

This American science fiction horror web television series is set in a fictional Indiana town where 12-year old Will Byers (Noah Schnapp) goes missing under mysterious circumstances with many people on edge waiting for him to be found alive. It stars Winona Ryder, David Harbour, Finn Wolfhard and Millie Bobby Brown as three outcast middle school students – Mike Wheeler (Finn Wolfhard), Dustin Henderson (Gaten Matarazzo) and Eleven Maxine “Eleven” Mayfield (Millie Bobby Brown).

It was created by Ross Duffer & Matt Duffer who serve as executive producers alongside Shawn Levy and Dan Cohen.

It stars Robin Wright as Claire Underwood, an equally ambitious woman with her own power struggles in Washington DC; Michael Kelly (Filip Petrović) is Chief Whip for Speaker John Meechum’s Congress majority whip position under new president Francis “Frank” J. 

it also has Academy Award winner Kate Mara and Emmy award winner Corey Stoll respectively playing Lisa Haverford Tom Hammerschmidt’s editor/ex-wife Janine Skorsky.

The Crown:

Netflix’s original series about the early years of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign in Britain, from her marriage and coronation to American President John F Kennedy; it tells their story through the perspective of two fictional characters – a young Elizabeth (Claire Foy) and Margaret Thatcher’s press secretary Ben Kirshner It stars Claire Foy as Queen Elizabeth II, Matt Smith as Prince Philip: Duke of Edinburgh, John Lithgow as Winston Churchill, Vanessa Kirby as Princess Margaret Earth’s Kingdom on this show is one worth conquering for those who have not seen it yet! It features an outstanding cast that includes Idris Elba. O

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