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Movies And Series To Watch On Netflix This Weekend

If you are one of those who are still thinking about what to watch and find trouble finding a movie or series that will fit with your mood. Here we are with a list of movies and series of Netflix that will give you some time of peace.

The new series that is streaming on Netflix, thinking only this the only word that will light up in your head is Ratched. Let’s start with Netflix’s new series Ratched.

Ratched Released On Netflix On The 18th Od September

The Ratched series is based on the novel named One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest. Sarah Paulson is playing the character of Nurse Ratched in the new hit series Ratched on Netflix. Nurse Mildred Ratched plays the titular role who is at the edge of both evil and angel character. By watching her role you will become confused if she is the hero or villain of her own story.

Project Power Released On The 14th Of August

the movie is based on a teen, ex-soldier, and a cop who are in search of a new dangerous drug that will give the user some superpowers for some minute od time. As it is well known that whosoever will gain the superpowers by using the drug won’t use the superpowers in a good faith. Here is the only question will they able to find the source? Go and find it out.

Away Released On The 4th Of September

There are so many shows that tell the story of space, but this space story is different from the other. The show is based on the story of heart-tugging family drama with some space interest. The producer of the show is Jason Katims.

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The list also includes Dragons Dogma and I’m Thinking Of Ending Things.

NEW SHOWS AND MOVIES TO WATCH THIS WEEKEND

Fargo (FX) Sunday, Sept. 27

“Chris Rock plays an enterprising 1950s mob boss in Kansas City, Missouri” is a logline you probably didn’t expect to read, but so it is with the fourth season of the anthology series.

The Boys in the Band (Netflix) Wednesday, Sept. 30

Since its Off-Broadway premiere in 1968, Matt Crowley’s groundbreaking, often caustically funny play about a group of gay men at a birthday party that goes sour has been turned into a 1970 film and re-staged many times, most recently in a brief, 50th-anniversary run on Broadway in 2018

The Salisbury Poisonings (AMC+) Thursday, Oct. 1

It may sound like masochism recommending a TV series about health officials rushing to identify a mystery illness while the audience is living through an actual pandemic.

Gangs of London (AMC+) Thursday, Oct. 1

The central story here moves slowly; the patriarch of a powerful crime family in London is murdered by a couple of small-fry hoodlums, and his bloodthirsty son is on a tear to learn who was behind it

Emily In Paris (Netflix) Friday, Oct. 2

Lily Collins stars in this series about an American dispatched to a Parisian adventure by her employer, even though she speaks no French. Sudsy and upbeat, it feels like TV Land’s Younger for people who like France

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