5 good Netflix shows Valentine’s weekend 2022: Inventing Anna and more
Happy Valentine’s Day weekend! Whether you like the holiday or not, it is a great time to watch some fantastic Netflix shows.
People like to celebrate Valentine’s Day in many different ways. Some are very romantic, others very practically, some with their gal pals, and others even love to celebrate Valloween and watch horror movies or not celebrate at all!
Whatever your choice, Netflix has a great selection of shows and movies to keep you busy the whole weekend.
The Netflix top 10 shows list is full of excellent choices to check out including, new episodes of Sweet Magnolias, Ozark, Raising Dion, Disenchantment, and Dark Desire. If you lean towards horror or thrillers, check out All of Us Are Dead and The Woman in the House.
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Below we have recommended a drama, a true crime, a romance, a comedy, and a horror series for your Valentine’s Day weekend. Enjoy!
Based on a true story told from a New York magazine article, Inventing Anna tells the tale of one of the greatest scams and the journalist out to get the story.
Starring Julia Garner as Anna Delvey, whose real name is Anna Sorokin, convinced many of New York City’s elite that she was a German heiress set to inherit $65 million. She would go on to con banks, hotels, and individuals with her new persona. Journalist Vivian Kent (Anna Chlumsky) sets out to find out exactly how Anna accomplished this feat.
Be sure to check out this limited series.
If true crime is your thing, check out the new episodes of Catching Killers. The second season of this docuseries consists of four episodes with an average run time of 36 minutes each. A quick binge, but you can also check out season 1, which also has four episodes.
Each episode breaks down a specific serial killer, detailing their horrific crimes. This season features the killers known as BTK, The Phoenix Serial Shooter, and a two-part piece on The Toronto Village Killer.
If romance is in the air, be sure to check out season one of the steamy series Bridgerton. The series is based on a series of romance novels written by Julia Quinn, so you know it is all romance and sex. The period drama is set in the Regency Era and is as extravagant as the books have described.
The storyline follows the Bridgerton family and other families of the ton as they enjoy the season where debutantes are presented to find suitable matches. Bridgerton isn’t your mother’s period drama. Bridgerton pushes the conservative boundaries found in another similar series or movies and ends the racial stereotypes often found in this type of story. It is a refreshing reboot of the Regency Era.
The second season of Bridgerton will premiere on Netflix on March 25.
If you need a comedy to binge this weekend, check out New Girl. The series centers on Jess Day (Zooey Deschanel), Nick Miller (Jake Johnson), Schmidt (Max Greenfield), Winston Bishop (Lamorne Morris), their former roommate Coach (Damon Wayans Jr.), and Jess’ best friend Cece Parekh (Hannah Simone).
Jess moves into an LA loft with the guys, and life will never be the same. A combination of comedy and drama, the series follows all the characters’ romances, careers, and family lives. Many guest appearances by familiar faces add a certain charm to the mix.
If you are a fan of Mike Flanagan and have yet to see Midnight Mass, you are missing out. This is an amazing series where the viewer knows something isn’t right but can’t put their finger on the issue until the last minute before it is revealed. Flanagan is a master at making his viewers perch on the edge of their seats in anticipation, waiting for the next reveal.
Midnight Mass is set on the isolated Crockett Island that has always been an island that relies on the church leader to guide them. When a new priest arrives, he revitalizes the town’s religious fervor while at the same time mysterious events begin to occur.
What Netflix shows will you be watching this weekend?