Netflix Shows to Watch in Bulk

ZiyanSha.SummerNetflixSummer is the time to kick back, relax… and watch Netflix. When you’re not outside enjoying the summer sun, check out these awesome TV shows that are available instantly on Netflix:

“Breaking Bad”

Hey, you can finally join in on the conversation when all of your friends are frantically discussing this show. “Breaking Bad,” a series about a high school chemistry teacher who starts making crystal meth, is one of the hottest TV shows right now. There are four seasons on Netflix, so get watchin’.


For all of the mystery lovers out there, this action-packed and witty series is definitely for you. There are two seasons on Netflix each with only three episodes, but the episodes are about an hour and a half long. Sherlock is perfect for when you want more than a measly 25-minute show, but less than a full-length movie. Each episode is its own suspenseful mystery.

“American Horror Story”

Are you a fan of ridiculous, creepy plots and gore? Well, here’s your show. Season one is on Netflix now.

Cartoon Network collection

“Dexter’s Laboratory”, “Courage the Cowardly Dog”, “Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends” and “Powerpuff Girls”. Need I say more? Dive into a throwback of awesome Cartoon Network shows you used to obsess over.

“The Office” (UK)

Chances are you’ve already seen and fell and in love with the American version, so why not go back to where it all started? It’s filmed like a documentary and the workplace still has that crazy, dysfunctional vibe to it. After you watch a few episodes, you’ll have to decide who you’re favorite erratic boss is: Steve Carell or Ricky Gervais?

“TEDTalks” collection

“TEDTalks” are presentations given by passionate experts about a whole slew of topics, and they’re always super captivating and interesting. With series like “Sex, Secrets & Love” and “Music Revolution”, these short talks will keep you coming back for more. There are 40 series, each with an average of 15 episodes.

So you’ll probably be set for the entire summer with “TEDTalks” alone.

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