Here’s All The Newness On Netflix This Weekend

Does your Netflix list need a revamp?

Feel like doing nothing but relaxing in front of the TV this weekend? I feel that. January is usually miserable enough, but there’s a whole lot of other things thrown into the mix this year. So some escapism from Netflix is warmly welcomed.

There’s plenty of new titles dropping on the hit streaming site, and here are just some of our top picks to sink your teeth into this weekend.

The Office (US) Seasons 1-9 –  Now on Netflix

The Office starring Steve Carell is an American mockumentary sitcom television series that depicts the everyday work lives of office employees in the Scranton, Pennsylvania, branch of the fictional Dunder Mifflin Paper Company.

Broken Law – Now on Netflix

Irish film Broken Law tells the story of two estranged brothers on opposite sides of the law. Dave Connolly is a respected member of the Garda Síochána but his loyalty to the force gets tested by his ex-convict brother Joe following a botched robbery. Suddenly Dave finds himself embroiled in a cover-up that leads to a secret relationship with Amia, an unhappily married woman who also happens to be the victim of his brother’s latest crime.

Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer – Now on Netflix

This true-crime doc takes us back to 1985 LA, where detective Gil Carrillo and homicide investigator Frank Salerno race against the clock to stop Richard Ramirez, who was responsible for a series of seemingly disconnected murders and sexual assaults at the time.

Bling Empire – Now on Netflix

Bling Empire follows a wildly wealthy group of Asian and Asian American friends (and frenemies) in Los Angeles. While their days and nights are filled with fabulous parties and expensive shopping sprees, don’t let the glitz and glamour fool you.

Superstore: Seasons 1-5 – Now on Netflix

A group of employees working at Cloud 9, a big box store in St Louis, Missouri, faces several challenges while dealing with customers and at the same time attending to their personal requirements.


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