If you haven’t seen the shows below yet, I must warn you of the possible spoilers in the paragraphs. So if you don’t want any spoilers, just watch the trailers and skip right to watching the shows.
As soon as I saw Zoë Saldaña I was sold, so I didn’t watch the trailer. And even if I did, I probably would’ve watched it anyway, but at least I would know what to expect. This show was like a really long movie, but somehow I watched it all in one day. Yes, it was that good. It was a rollercoaster of emotions, but so worth it. If you do decide to watch it, don’t forget the tissues because you’ll need them.
I don’t know what’s creepier, the fact that this is based on a true story or the fact that they never actually caught “the Watcher”. Even though not much happens, it’s still a very suspenseful show. But just like in real life, they never find out who actually wrote the letters and that’s just not the ending I want in a whodunnit show. Even so, I would still recommend it.
The School for Good and Evil
At first, when I saw this movie is 2 and a half hours long I was debating on actually watching it. Yes I know, very ironic because I will easily binge-watch a show with 8 episodes 50 minutes each. But I figured why not, and it was well worth it. Loved the movie and loved the message.
Love is Blind (season 3)
I was amazed that people watched the second season and thought they could actually do better. Somehow this season is even messier but it makes for a very entertaining show. And just like Netflix did with the previous seasons, we will have to wait to find out who will actually get married and who will “walk away forever”. But if the couples from season 2 have proven anything, is that even saying yes at the altar, doesn’t mean they’ll stay together forever.