5 best Netflix shows to watch this weekend: March 27, 2021

The Irregulars -- Courtesy of Matt Squire/Netflix
The Irregulars -- Courtesy of Matt Squire/Netflix /

Happy last weekend of March, which seems hard to believe. And, Netflix is ready with some great shows to pass the time this weekend (March 27-28).

Each weekend, we share our top Netflix shows to watch. This weekend is going to be a good one, especially if you’re interested in a twist on Sherlock Holmes.

Below, we shared the five best Netflix shows to watch this weekend. Happy streaming!

Best Netflix shows to watch

1. The Irregulars 

The Irregulars is a supernatural twist on the gang of street urchins in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes world. The Baker Street Irregulars have been mentioned in a few Sherlock mystery novels, and now they have their own storyline.

The Irregulars are comprised of Bea (Thaddea Graham), Jessie (Darci Shaw), Billy (Jojo Macari), Spike (McKell David) and Leo (Harrison Osterfield). Bea and Jessie are sisters and are joined by their friends when Dr. John Watson (Royce Pierreson) asks for their help in solving London’s mysterious crimes.

The crimes follow fascinating storylines that have an evil undertone fueled by a Rip in the reality continuum.

Critics have stated the gore level pushes the TV-14 rating, so keep that in mind when viewing this series.

2. Who Killed Sara?

Netflix’s ever-growing list of popular Spanish TV shows just got a little bit longer with the new series Who Killed Sara? This new series is a mystery thriller and is already at No. 2 on the Netflix Top 10 list.

There are 10 episodes in the first season of the series where a brother Alex Guzmán (Manolo Cardona), is framed for the murder of his sister, Sara (Ximena Lamadrid). He spends 18 years in jail and will do what he needs to do to find those who framed him.

If you are a fan of The Undoing or Behind Her Eyes, this is another mystery series you are sure to enjoy.

3. Country Comfort

Country Comfort premiered on Netflix on March 19, and fans love it. This series follows a struggling country singer, Bailey (Katharine McPhee), who gets caught in a storm and happens upon a family that needs a nanny.

The siblings, Tuck (Jamie Martin Mann), Dylan (Griffin McIntyre), Cassidy (Shiloh Verrico) and Chloe (Pyper Braun), live with their father Beau (Eddie Cibrian). Their mother died two years prior, and they have had trouble keeping a nanny. Beau started dating a new girl Summer  (Janet Varney), and some of his children aren’t doing too well with this new arrangement.

The series is fun and feels l like a 90s family sitcom.

4. Formula 1: Drive to Survive – season three

This documentary series is a collaboration between Netflix and Formula 1. This series, Formula 1: Drive to Survive, is a fantastic behind-the-scenes look at the motor racing championship.

There are three seasons available to stream on Netflix, and each season looks at a different year of the race. Season 3 was just released last week and focused on the 2020 year.  This series gives fans a much different look into F1 that isn’t typically seen during the race weekend.

Rumor has it season 4 is already in the works!

5. Arrested Development 

Arrested Development star Jessica Walter died this week. Walters was an award-winning actress whose career lasted six decades.

The hit series is available to stream on Netflix right now. Walters played Lucille Bluth in the series and could always be found with a drink in hand as she constantly criticizes members of her family.

It is an amazing sitcom that can be enjoyed again and again.

Have a fabulous weekend and enjoy some great entertainment on Netflix.

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