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Some things to watch on Netflix at this time.

If you have Netflix, here is a list of some suggestions to consider:

As we restrict ourselves from human interaction and search for binge-worthy material to entertain ourselves, I thought that I would share some of the programs that you might have missed. I tried to select mostly positive subjects or at least those that had upbeat outcomes:

Upbeat and Positive Shows to Binge on Netflix #1

No preference by order

The Repair Shop – A British reality show that is touching and heart-warming.

The Kindness Diaries – Another British show that makes you feel good.

Amazing Interiors – Surprises of the creativity that we humans think up!

Heal – Powerful and eye-opening!

Tidying Up – Marie Kondo transforms living spaces and lives.

Street Food – Behind the story of a few nation’s popular street foods.

The Story of God with Morgan Freeman – Thought-provoking.

Grand Designs – Some interesting builds!

The Game Changers – Look who is changing their diets and why.

The Andy Griffith Show – Good old-fashioned standby!

Hugo – Follow a boy’s magical journey!

Jeopardy – Compete with friends and family with the classic game show!

The Who Was Show – Humorous look at historical characters.

The Universe – Great visuals and a fascinating look at space.

The Twilight Zone – A treasure trove of sci-fi and great stories. (Not for young children.)

The Mind Explained (There is 9-11 footage so be careful, if you have kids-use parental judgement.) Explore the brain!

The Bodyguard-Follow a British Officer’s rise to Bodyguard. (Violence/Action)

Sherlock-not for kids – Modern day British genius solves mysterious crimes. Benedict Cumberbatch is brilliant in the role of a younger Sherlock. (Violence/Action)

Locke and Key – ( Mystery) I have just started it, but I am intrigued! Mysterious house and curious keys to explore.

Daredevil-violent Marvel series about the blind vigilante superhero! (Violence/Action)

These are just some shows that I am watching or have watched. Karl Robb 

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