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Who Killed Sarah? and more

It’s the weekend and time to prepare your list of Netflix shows to consume while enjoying some much-needed downtime. Netflix has an extensive catalog of movies and shows available to stream. Below we share our recommendations for some outstanding shows not to be missed.

This week’s top 10 list of Netflix TV shows The Lincoln Attorney at the top. favorites like Ozark Working Moms,and stranger still hold up strongly on the list, along with The Circle, Katt Williams WW3, Love on the Spectrum USA and the ubiquitous coconut melon

The biggest release in May is stranger things Season 4. Fans have been waiting for the next season of this series for a long time, and it’s coming next week!

Don’t miss our list of new movies and shows coming in June.

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Now let’s look at our recommendations for some great Netflix shows for the upcoming weekend.

Who Killed Sarah? season 3

The Mexican mystery thriller Who Killed Sarah? is back for its third and final season. The Netflix Original Series was created by José Ignacio Valenzuela and produced by Perro Azul.

Álex Guzmán spent 18 years in prison for a crime he did not commit. Convicted of murdering his sister Sara, he makes it his mission upon his release from prison to find out who actually killed her and to get revenge on the Lazcano family for wronging him.

The series has received positive reviews from critics for being a suspenseful crime thriller mixed with drama and high energy.

The Umbrella Academy

Now is the time to watch or look The Umbrella Academy Seasons 1 and 2. Season 3 will be released on June 22nd and you want to be prepared for that. The series is a Netflix Original based on the comic series written by Geral Way and illustrated by Gabriel Bá.

The Umbrella Academy follows a dysfunctional family of gifted sibling superheroes who were born on the same day in different parts of the world. After their father’s death, they reunite to find out who murdered him while facing an imminent apocalypse.

Be careful watching this trailer if you haven’t seen the other two seasons as this is for season 3 and might give a few things away.

bling empire

The Netflix reality series bling empire was described as real life Crazy rich Asians. This series focuses on a prodigal group of Asian and Asian Americans living in Los Angeles. They live fabulous, extravagant lifestyles and all performers are connected to the fashion and entertainment industries.

They’ve got money to spend, wear the best designers and attend the high-profile events the city has to offer, but don’t worry — with all of this comes a great deal of drama. Which, to be honest, that’s why we’re watching it.

Rotten Tomatoes gives the series a 90%, stating, “bling empire may be another celebration of lavish wealth, but the focus on an Asian-American cast brings an intriguing layer of cultural celebration to this reality program.”

Servant of the People Seasons 2 & 3

The satirical series servant of the people launched the political career of current Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy. Netflix now has all three seasons available again.

Zelenskyy portrays Vasily Petrovych Goloborodko, an absent-minded history teacher who profanely rants about corruption in Ukraine, who is filmed, but a student who uploads the footage to YouTube. The video went viral and, unknown to him, launched his political career, which eventually made him the new President of Ukraine.

The series ran for three seasons until Zelenskyy decided to run for President of Ukraine under a new political party called Servant of the People.

The Boss Baby: Back in the Manger Season 1

The next part of the boss baby saga, The Boss Baby: Back in the Crib, sees Theodore Templeton revert to his baby self after being framed for embezzlement. This story takes place after the event of The Boss Baby: Family Business.

Boss Baby and his niece Tina will lead a team to increase Baby Love while battling their new nemesis The Uncuddleables.

Which Netflix shows will you be watching this weekend?

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