This weekend be sure to schedule some time to watch some fantastic Netflix shows. The streamer has an impressive list of new movies and shows for April 2023. Don’t miss the wildly popular series Beef and more.
This week’s top TV shows include Beef, The Night Agent, Love is Blind, Hoarders, and Designated Survivor.
If you are a fan of Yellowstone or any Kevin Costner western, don’t miss Hatfields & McCoys. This series is from 2012 with an all-star cast including Costner, Bill Paxton, Tom Berenger, Mare Winningham, Jena Malone, Boyd Holbrook, and Powers Boothe.
Below are three excellent Netflix shows to watch this weekend and two you can skip for now.
Best Netflix shows to watch this weekend April 14
WATCH! Netflix brings viewers another toxic relationship drama, and viewers are here for it. The title says it all, a surgeon (Richard Armitage) sparks an erotic obsession-filled relationship with his son’s fiancée (Charlie Murphy), which spirals out of control. If you like sex, lies, mystery, and thrilling stories, this one is for you.
American Manhunt: The Boston Marathon Bombing Limited Series
SKIP! This documentary does claim to shed new light on the tragedy of the Boston Marathon Bombing. While it is always interesting to find out what happens in the disasters that affect our nation, you can skip this one this weekend, as there are more uplifting Netflix shows to keep you entertained this weekend.
Florida Man Season 1
WATCH! The new series Florida Man follows Mike Valentine ( Édgar Ramírez), an ex-cop who is forced to return to Florida, his home state, to locate a Philly mobster’s girlfriend. The job, which should be quick, becomes a deep dive into long-buried family secrets and a futile attempt to do the right thing.
All American: Homecoming Season 2
SKIP! The second season of the CW series All American: Homecoming is now available to stream. While many people enjoy sports dramas, this weekend, many more shows are worthy of a binge. Add this one to the queue for a later date.
WATCH! Period dramas are all the rage, and Transatlantic will be your new favorite. Based on actual events experienced by Vivian Fry, Mary Jayne Gold, and the Emergency Rescue Committee, this series chronicles the rescue of more than 2,000 refugees from occupied France between 1940-1941.