5 good Netflix shows this weekend: Bad Vegan, Human Resources, and more

Bad Vegan Production StillImage Courtest Netflix
Bad Vegan Production StillImage Courtest Netflix /

Happy weekend Netflix Life readers! It’s time to figure out how you will spend your downtime this weekend by bingeing some great new Netflix shows. There are many news shows, including Bad Vegan: Fame. Fraud. Fugitives, to keep you entertained the whole weekend.

The Netflix top 10 TV shows list sees several repeats that are most definitely worth a binge. Check out titles like Good Girls, The Last Kingdom, Pieces of Her, Inventing Anna, and Love is Blind season 2

This weekend is also a great time to catch up on Call the Midwife, as season 10 will release on March 21. Netflix also has several great movies to watch this weekend. 

Best new on Netflix shows March 19, 2022

We’re sharing five of the best Netflix shows to watch this weekend, beginning below with the buzzy new docuseries Bad Vegan.

Bad Vegan: Frame. Fraud. Fugitives.

In the style of Tinder Swindler and Tiger King, the new limited series Bad Vegan: Fame. Fraud. Fugitives. is a docuseries chronicling Sarma Melngailis, proprietor of the New York hotspot Pure Food and Wine, a top raw vegan restaurant.

Melngailis would be conned by Shane Fox, a.k.a. Anthony Strangis. He would make outlandish promises to her as he filtered money from her business and the employees. They would eventually marry and steal over $2 million from the restaurant.

This one is so bizarre you have to watch it to believe it!

Life After Death with Tyler Henry

Another docuseries that has recently been released is Life After Death with Tyler Henry.

Henry is a Hollywood medium, a self-described psychic who helps people with closure after the loss of a loved one. Known from his E! reality series Hollywood Medium, Henry has famously aided many A-list actors, including Jamie Pressly, Rebel Wilson, and the Kardashians.

Is Henry a real medium? It depends on who you talk to. You will have to watch the series and decide for yourself. The first season has nine episodes where Henry uses his gift to help others.

Human Resources

The long-awaited Big Mouth spin-off series Human Resources has been released on Netflix. The first question: Do you have to watch Big Mouth to enjoy Human Resources? The quick answer is no.

Human Resources contains the same raunchy humor as Big Mouth, but this series is a workplace comedy geared more towards adults. The series will introduce Hormone Monsters, Depression Kitties, Shame Wizards, and more creatures who aid humans on their journey through life from puberty to adulthood into their later years.

Is it Cake?

Another new baking series, Is it Cake? has just been released on the streamer. Fans of his genre can never get enough, so Netflix keeps providing.

This series combines the meme craze “is it cake?” with a competition baking show. The cakes created in this competition are insane. The bakers must make cakes to look exactly like everyday items like bowling balls, purses, and sneakers. Then the judges must choose which “is it real…or is it cake.” The contestants are whittled down to three, who will then vie for the $50,000 grand prize.

Check out the trailer below to see the wild cakes this talented group of bakers come up with.

Cracow Monsters

A new horror series has hit Netflix. Cracow Monsters, a Polish horror (original title Krakowskie potwory), has released season 1 this weekend. Comprised of eight 45-minute episodes, this horror is sure to delight fans of the supernatural.

The city of Cracow, one of the oldest in Poland, becomes overrun by ancient Slavic demons who will be fought by a mysterious professor and a group of gifted students. They are joined by a newcomer haunted by her own past as they investigate the paranormal and fight the demons who threaten the city.

What Netflix shows will you be watching this weekend? Share your picks in the comments!

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