You recognize the emotion. You've finally discovered the Netflix series to binge this weekend, giving you the chance to utterly relax and do nothing but sit around for two days. It's not always this simple, which is the issue. It might be difficult to find the ideal program to run from beginning to end in a short span.
What/If is the only option if you're looking for drama. Renée Zelwegger played Anne, a wealthy woman who chooses to invest in the start-up of a young scientist called Lisa, in the 10 episodes that made up the show's initial run (Jane Levy).
A group of participants move into an apartment complex and interact on the show, which is a reality competition series.
Chambers is another one of the soon-to-be-cancelled Netflix programs. Chambers does a fantastic job of tying up all the key loose ends in a ten-episode story, unlike other prematurely discontinued programs.
When They See Us is one of those engrossing plays that is often based on true events. Don't be fooled by the four-episode run; there are actually four episodes.
Fans of psychological suspense should see Maniac. It is a Netflix limited series that focuses on two protagonists who appear to be unconnected to one another: Owen (Jonah Hill) and Annie (Emma Stone).
Maid, a program that does an amazing job of portraying the difficult situations of its heroine, has recently seen enormous success on the streaming juggernaut. As Alex (Margaret Qualley) struggles to support herself and her children, the story is followed.
The Queen's Gambit is ideal for viewing all at once. It's a coming-of-age miniseries with elements of historical drama that centers on Beth Harmon (Anya Taylor-Joy), an orphaned chess prodigy who is also struggling with addiction.
Watch for Unbelievable if you enjoy true crime television. The eight-episode miniseries chronicles the 2008 serial rape incidents that occurred in Colorado and Washington.
Shonda Rhimes, the creator of the critically renowned medical drama Grey's Anatomy, brings Anna Sorokin to Inventing Anna. Whether you know Anna Sorokin in real life or not, you'll be on the tip of your seat to witness
Fans of docuseries will like Worst Roommate Ever, a five-part documentary that follows four "roommates." The program reveals how each one was able to trick, hurt, or even kill unwitting victims.