What Netflix series might you be viewing right now? We’ve compiled a selection of the finest programs on Netflix right now, maintaining it up to date with newer arrivals like Season 2 of Locke & Key, a supernatural teen drama, and Gwyneth Paltrow’s new reality show Sex, Love & goop. Seis Manos season 2, Colin in Black & White (Oct. 29) is a social justice drama starring former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick and filmed by Ava DuVernay. It adds other new releases such as the animation Cowboy Bebop, which was formerly available on Hulu and is now available on Netflix, as well as You Season 3, The Baby-Sitters Club Season 2, and the miniseries Maid.
Comment on how we compiled the listing: We’ve prioritized new releases, shows that have recently been introduced to Netflix, and Netflix originals to keep it current, but we’ve additionally included shows that we can’t stop promoting to our pals. We’ll keep it up to date daily.
Locke & Key
Keys, adolescents, and supernatural happenings enthusiasts will enjoy this book.
Number of a season: 2
The TV show with the highest number of keys per minute is back, and it’s more key-y than ever. Locke & Key is letting loose in Season 2, which begins with the Lockes genuinely loving themselves in Keyhouse now that they believe they’ve expelled Dodge through the Black Door after the first season; that was a touch too cautious. They haven’t done so. Dodge is now in the form of Gabe (Griffin Gluck), and he’s standing in front of them. When Kinsey (Emilia Jones) discovers she’s dating a demon, what will she do? [Trailer] -Kelly Connolly.
Fans of creepy men, voiceovers, and problem after problem will enjoy this film.
Number of Seasons: 3, Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgely) has returned — or was he always following you around? — for Netflix’s creepy stalker show’s third season, although this time he might not be the one who goes to extraordinary lengths to obtain what he desires. Joe is bringing his son to a laid-back suburb in California, married (!!) to Love (Victoria Pedretti), and everything is going swimmingly. Joe’s gotta Joe, after all, and he establishes an obsessive fixation towards his newfound roommate. Will Love, on the other hand, let him do his thing?
On My Block
The fourth and last season of On My Block is here. The teen comedy-final drama’s batch of episodes recounts how Monse (Sierra Capri), Jamal (Brett Gray), Cesar (Diego Tinco), Ruby (Jason Genao), and Jasmine (Jessica Marie Garcia) split up and what happened during the two-year time shift disclosed at the end of Season 3. As they strive to escape their past transgressions and have a nice time at prom, the seniors are confronted with choices concerning university and what a post-Freeridge existence would seem like for each one of them. It’s still as amusing and touching as ever.