5 Netflix shows to watch instead of the Super Bowl

BRIDGERTON (L to R) REGƒ-JEAN PAGE as SIMON BASSET and PHOEBE DYNEVOR as DAPHNE BRIDGERTON in episode 102 of BRIDGERTON Cr. LIAM DANIEL/NETFLIX © 2020
BRIDGERTON (L to R) REGƒ-JEAN PAGE as SIMON BASSET and PHOEBE DYNEVOR as DAPHNE BRIDGERTON in episode 102 of BRIDGERTON Cr. LIAM DANIEL/NETFLIX © 2020 /
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Netflix shows to watch: Riverdale

Riverdale is an easy pick because it’s one of the most popular shows in the world right now.

The first four seasons of the series are available to stream on Netflix US. The fifth season was delayed until mid-January 2021. The first three episodes have aired on The CW, and now, there’s a seven-year time jump! We get to see adult Archie and the gang!

Riverdale season 5 will hit Netflix later this year, but it’ll be a while.

Riverdale has also been renewed for season 6.

Netflix shows to watch: Stranger Things

I just can’t make a Super Bowl list without Stranger Things!

We haven’t seen many Netflix trailers drop during the Super Bowl in the past. There have been a few over the years, but the best, by far, is the Stranger Things season 2 teaser that aired during the 2017 Super Bowl.

Stranger Things premiered in July 2016, although many fans didn’t start watching until the fall of 2016 around Halloween. At that point, we knew Stranger Things season 2 was happening, but we didn’t know when to expect the season.

Netflix dropped the Stranger Things season 2 teaser and created quite the firestorm online.

Will we see Stranger Things season 4 trailer during the Super Bowl? We hope so! If that happens, we guarantee that we’ll see a lot of fans heading to Netflix to re-watch the first three seasons.

Stranger Things season 4 is expected to be released on Netflix in 2021.

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