Three Things to Watch on Netflix this Weekend

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A lot of us will be staying in this weekend, and Frolic is here to help with some great recommendations on what to watch! Here are three things to check out on Netflix while you’re curled under the covers.

1. A Series of Unfortunate Events

Based on the beloved book series, this wacky adaptation of A Series of Unfortunate Events is nothing but fun! This series follows Violet, Klaus and Sunny, three siblings reeling from their parents’ death in a terrible fire. Mystery ensues as they are persues by the villainous Count Olaf, who’s played brilliantly by Neil Patrick Harris. The gorgeous production design and wacky antics are just the escape you need this weekend.

2. The Order

This show has everything: a boarding school, a family saga, secret societies, werewolves, wizards, romance, and more! If you think that sounds chaotic, you’re right! But this show is SO worth the watch. You’ll fall in love with the characters and the world from the moment you hit play. 

The Stranger
3. The Stranger

If you can handle something a little heavier, The Stranger is your perfect pick. It follows a family dealing with the fallout of some terrible secrets, not least of which that our hero Adam’s wife faked a pregnancy. There are so many twisted secrets in this show that we can hardly keep up. The lively cast of characters will find their way into your heart and stay there!

There are ao many great Netflix originals that it can be hard to know where to begin. We hope you’ll love these three titles!

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