The holidays are coming up, that and the exams. To help you through the misery of having too much time or de-stressing you after long hours of study, we present the fourth Netflix watchlist. Full of Netflix series or movies.

Atypical

Looking for something awkward with a feel-good story? This show rated 8.3 on IMDB and is exactly that. The story is about Sam Gardner, an 18-year-old on the autism spectrum, he decides it is time to find a girlfriend, a journey that sets Sam’s mom on her own life-changing path as her son seeks more independence. The series provides a unique perspective, sharp humor and empathy. The first two seasons of this atypical family drama are ready for you with a third season in production!

Ozark

Haven’t been outside for a while or just a plain nature enthusiast in general? Then this might be perfect for you, this crime drama · thriller shows you some beautiful scenery while providing you with questionable ‘investment advice’. The series is rated with an 8.3 on IMDB, and tells the story of financial planner Marty Byrde as he suddenly relocates his family from the Chicago suburb of Naperville to the summer resort community of Osage Beach, Missouri, after a money laundering scheme goes wrong, and he must make amends to a Mexican drug cartel by setting up a $500 million laundering operation in the Ozarks. But what happens when someone has bitten off more than they can chew? Find out with the first two seasons now on Netflix!

A Dog’s Purpose

What is life’s true purpose? This movie is about a dog that looks to discover his over the course of several lifetimes and owners. The film portrays kind and heartbreaking moments in a journey across time. It is a tear jerking, laugh inducing, emotional roller-coaster of a solid family flick. A raw emotional story about the love of a Man’s Best Friend.

The Good Place

A spot-on original comedy, the Good Place is about a town where those who have been good throughout their lives go once they have passed away. Eleanor arrives at the Good Place and realizes they have her name right, but everything else is wrong. She isn’t meant to be there at all. With the help of Chidi, a Professor of Ethics and Moral Philosophy. Eleanor tries to right her wrongs, seeking to finally earn her spot in the Good Place before the people in charge find out! The series has just the right amount of edge to it and reveals an otherworldly struggle in the afterlife to define what it means to be good. This show rated 8.2 on IMDB and is perfect for comic relief.

Sex Education

A British coming of age story with comic genius and some heartbreaking consequences. The main storyline unfolds around a boy named Otis. His mom is a sexual therapist, and while not being completely happy with his mother’s profession, Otis realizes he is surprisingly good at giving advice on those subjects to others. Ironically, Otis starts an underground sex therapy clinic at his school. The dialogue is sharp, pacing is outstanding, and the story is absurdly lovely. The first season is on Netflix and is rated 8.4 on IMDB.

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