Streaming during a pandemic has been a way of life and survival for many over the last 18 months. Part of the fun for Netflix’s 209 million worldwide subscribers during the lockdown was to participate in online conversations surrounding some of the hit original series. We were physically separated, but we were able to connect online and talk about our favorite shows, and Streamer wasn’t disappointed with the wealth of new titles released each month.
In total, Netflix made history with 44 Emmy Awards last weekend. In a year of connecting the record CBS set in 1974. Two fan favorites, crown When Queen’s Gambit, Each brought back 11 wins Each includes an outstanding drama series and an outstanding limited series.
And Streamer hasn’t slowed down in October at the premiere of all nine seasons of classic Sitcom. Seinfeld next door, In addition, more original series, including the four outstanding ones listed below.
Maid (October 1, 10 episodes) -Inspired by New York Times
Best-selling memoirs Maid: Diligence, low wages, and mother’s will to survive This women-led limited series by Stephanie Land tells the story of Alex, a single mother who relies on cleaning her house to escape abusive relationships and overcome the homeless to create a better life for her young daughter. Follow. This is one of my absolute favorites this year. This series is fascinating, powerful, emotional, and sometimes seen due to the fact that you feel this woman so much and she represents so many people who are currently trying to escape the same situation. Can be explained as difficult. In summary, Showrunner, Executive Producer and Series Writer Molly Smith Metzeler wrote Rand’s gorgeous writings to create one of the most beautiful series in 2021. Quarry. Returning to the Emmy Awards, both deserve nominations next year.
Pretty smart (October 8th, 10 episodes) -After being unexpectedly abandoned by her boyfriend, Chelsea (Emily Osment), a highbrow-educated, intelligent and ambitious novelist, is her cheerful, carefree, and less intelligent. No West Coast sister Claire (Olivia McClin) and her three adorable, eccentric and less intelligent roommates: distractingly handsome personal trainer Grant (Greg Sulkin), a former lawyer turned into a healer Solana (Cynthia Carmon), Social Jayden (Michael Sue Rosen) Media Influencer. But Chelsea’s tough, sometimes judgmental look begins to soften as she gets acquainted with new friends, and they begin to form an unlikely family. This is a fun binge that will help you forget about the world’s worries for about 5 hours. This series is by co-producers, executive producers and showrunners Jack Dorgen and Doug Mant. Kourtney Kang, Pamela Fryman, Jim Brandon and Brian Singleton are also executive producers.
You are: Season 3 (October 15, 10 episodes) -This fan’s favorite third season is purely fun! Joe (Penn Badgley) and Love (Victoria Pedretti) are married and raising a baby. They moved from Los Angeles to the outskirts of Northern California in Madre Linda. It’s surrounded by privileged tech entrepreneurs, discerning mom bloggers, and Instagram-famous biohackers. There’s no perfect marriage, but Joe has a serious baby mama drama this season. Nevertheless, he seeks to remain a devoted husband and father, despite his wife’s explosive temper and jealousy continuing to involve both in serious problems. No one knows what’s happening in a closed room in any marriage, but for these two, well, it involves a lot of bloody cleaning work. But love jealousy is not unreasonable, as Joe’s love affairs are a real problem in their marriage. Some of the best scenes are when going to couple therapy. Based on Caroline Kepness’s best-selling novel, the series takes viewers to new cities, new attachments, and many corpse blood paths each season.
Black and white choline (October 29, 6 episodes)- This bold new limited-edition drama series is by co-producers Ava DuVernay and Colin Kaepernick, recording Kaepernick’s coming-of-age ceremony. He overcame race, class and culture as a black child adopted by a white family. Kaepernick has become one of the most successful cultural icons in American football as an NFL quarterback. He will become as well known for his activism as his athletic ability. Jayden Michael will star as young Colin and Nick Offerman, Mary-Louise Parker will star as his parents, Rick and Teresa, and Caper Nick will star as himself. This is a simple binge with a 30 minute episode. DuVernay will direct all current scenes with Kaepernick, not just the first episode. Sheldon Candis, Robert Townsend, Angel Christie Williams and Kenny Leon will direct five more episodes. Executive Producer of DuVernay, Kaepernick and Michael Starrbury.