Let’s face it; we’ve all been at that point where we can’t decide what to watch on Netflix. Whether we’re looking to watch something over dinner; or something for date night, we can’t choose what to watch. As it so happens with most of us out there, we eventually spend time scrolling through movies or shows on Netflix but can’t decide on what to watch.
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What to watch on Netflix this weekend?
If you struggle with this, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. In this list, we will cover the top movies and TV series to watch on Netflix. Furthermore, the movies to watch this weekend will be on the list irrespective of genre. Whether it be RomCom, sci-fi, thriller, drama, or horror, we’ll make sure to cover them in ‘what to watch on the weekend list.’
Top Netflix TV series to watch this weekend
1. Inventing Anna
Based on actual events, ‘Inventing Anna’ is about the Russian con artist ‘Anna Sorokin,’ better known as Anna Delvey. In this Netflix series, a journalist investigates the case of Anna Delvey and how she convinced New York’s elite that she was a German heiress. The drama series is among Netflix’s top 10, with season 1 already out; however, as of now, there’s no news of season 2 of ‘Inventing Anna.’
2. All of Us Are Dead: Season 1
In another take on the classic zombie plot, this South Korean coming of the age zombie apocalypse horror series stars many popular South Korean stars with the likes of Squid Game star Lee Yoo-mi. ‘All of Us Are Dead‘ takes place in a South Korean school, which is ground zero to a zombie outbreak. With that being said, Netflix’s ‘All of Us Are Dead’ should be on your list for the weekend.
3. Space Force: Season 2
This Netflix workplace comedy is definitely on our ‘what to watch this weekend list.’ The Space Force focuses on a group of individuals tasked with establishing the United States Space Force. Featuring the legendary comic Steve Carell, along with friends star Lisa Kudrow, Space Force provides funny and satirical insights into the plot.
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4. Raising Dion
‘Raising Dion’ is a new take on the fictional superhero genre, featuring a widowed mom who takes care of her son Dion after his father’s death. However, this Netflix drama takes a u-turn when Dion shows superhero abilities. While Raising Dion made its debit in 2019, the show gained popularity with its season 2, which came out in February 2022. For such an interesting take on the usual superhero theme, Raising Dion is a must-watch and should be on your ‘what to watch this weekend on Netflix’s list.’
5. Disenchantment: Season 2 (Part 2)
From Matt Groening, the creator of The Simpsons comes ‘Disenchantment.’ The series is about a fictional patriarchal medieval European kingdom called Dreamland. The plot of Disenchantment features Bean, a rebellious and alcoholic princess, with traits of fearlessness and selflessness. The show offers light-hearted comedy and satire. Disenchantment should be a must-watch for Netflix users.
Top Movies to watch on Netflix this weekend
1. The Tinder Swindler
Based on a true story, The ‘Tinder Swindler’ tells the story of an Israeli man traveling around Europe presenting himself as the son of Russian-Israeli diamond mogul Lev Leviev. Shimon Hayut used Tinder to trick people into giving him money, which, of course, he never repaid.
2. Through My Window
A recently released RomCom movie on Netflix, ‘Through My Window,’ is based on a book of the same name by Adriana Godoy. While the movie features the usual love story, it delivers something more and leaves an impression on the viewers. All in all, ‘Through My Window’ is a good weekend watch on Netflix if you’re into RomComs.
3. The Power of the Dog
‘The Power of the Dog’ is for the cine buffs who love good cinema; the movie has 12 Academy Award nominations, which tells a lot about it. ‘The Power of the Dog’ is a psychological thriller set in the wild west. The movie is based on the 1967 novel of the same name by Thomas Savage and stars Benedict Cumberbatch, Kristen Dunst, and Jesse Plemons. With a star-studded cast and 12 Oscar nominations, The Power of the Dog has to be on your ‘what to watch this weekend list.’
4. Child of Kamiari Month
‘Child of Kamiari Month’ is a 2021 Japanese anime movie featuring a supernatural fantasy mood. The movie features a young girl named Kanna, who loves running. However, the child lost her love for running after her mother passed away. ‘Child of Kamiari‘ Month tells the story beautifully and is a great light watch for the weekend.
5. The Privilege
Something for the horror fans out there: ‘The Privilege’ is a German-made movie featured on Netflix that is perfect for an adventurous Saturday night. ‘The Privilege’ features a wealthy teen and his friends who attend an elite private school. Meanwhile, a group of friends uncovers a dark conspiracy while witnessing a number of supernatural events.
6. Don’t Look up
In case you haven’t watched this satirical comedy movie, ‘Don’t Look up‘ might be the perfect movie to watch this weekend on Netflix and contemplate. With not so great critic score, it would be a great cast featuring Leonardo DiCaprio, Meryl Streep, Jennifer Lawrence, and Jonah Hill, and the movie is sure to cheer your mood.
That’s all, for now, we’re ending our picks of what to watch on Netflix this weekend. However, make sure to follow the list as we will update this list as new movies and TV series arrive on Netflix.