Everyone’s always asking, what show should I watch? So, we narrowed down our top five latest and greatest views. Now that the sunshine seems like it’s here to stay, we’ll probably be getting through newer series a bit slower through the Summer months, or we’ll stay up until 4 am to binge the latest “picked for you” reco.
Scroll on for The Cowe’s five current binge-worthy reco’s!
HBO blesses us with another murder mystery. Mare of Easttown stars Kate Winslet as Mare Sheehan, a respected small-town Pennsylvania detective investigating a brutal local murder while also balancing her own personal life, which is rapidly falling apart around her. As pressure mounts to solve a missing person’s case growing increasingly cold, the murder of a teen girl finds Mare obsessed with bringing the killer to justice in a town where everyone is a potential suspect. The best part, this series is not predictable whatsoever.
This series is in the top ten of TV shows to watch on Netflix and we are not surprised. We recommend watching this in Spanish with English subtitles, it maximizes the experience 100x more- trust us. The story follows the death of Sara (Ximena Lamadrid) when vacationing with her brother, Alex Guzmán, her boyfriend and his family, the Lazcanos. Alex Guzmán was wrongly imprisoned for the death of his sister, Sara, when released he sets out to exact revenge against the Lazcanos and the downward spiral begins there. Buckle up for two entertaining seasons of Who Killed Sara because you’re in for a wild ride.
Younger is such a feel-good series and season 7 just came out a few weeks back so we’ve been savouring the final season of this series on Amazon Prime. Younger is mainly set in NYC and chronicles the personal and professional of Liza Miller, a divorced 40-year-old woman with a teenage daughter and a failed marriage. When a chance encounter with a hot 20-something guy at a bar convinces her she looks younger than she is, Liza tries to pass herself off as 26. Armed with new confidence, she lands a job as an assistant to the temperamental Diana and teams up with her new co-worker and fellow 20-something Kelsey (Hilary Duff) to make it in the career of her dreams. This cast is v well-rounded and we love the energy that this show provides.
Based in Chicago, brought to us by Showtime. Follow along as Jake, Papa and Kevin must confront the harsh reality of how the world views young, Black men in the aftermath of an act of police brutality. As the three friends reckon with a broken system, the aftershocks ripple across the South Side in unimaginable ways.
Noa Hollander has it all: she’s the most famous woman in the country, the beautiful daughter of a hotel magnate, a successful model with an international career and – up until now – one half of a Hollywood power couple. Amos is a simple 28-year-old guy who still lives with his parents and works at the family bakery. A chance encounter at an upscale restaurant — where Amos goes to celebrate his ninth anniversary with his girlfriend Vanessa, and where Noa is avoiding public speculation about a break-up from her Hollywood lover – leads to unexpected sparks and an even more unlikely love story. The reveal is for you to find out by watching now! This series is also Harlowe approved. 🙂
Prepare yourself to on the edge of your couch for four full seasons. Snowfall brings us back to the drug epidemic in LA in the early 1980s, following a crime family who decides to make cash selling cocaine. Season two follows this ensemble of characters as they intersect and overlap within the mosaic of Los Angeles as we enter 1984, all of them working toward their ultimate goals of money, power and influence, including: Franklin Saint (Damson Idris), young street entrepreneur beginning to experience the perils of success; Teddy McDonald (Carter Hudson), a CIA operative who finds that his off-book drug-funded operation may be vulnerable from unexpected sources, both personal and professional; and Gustavo “El Oso” Zapata (Sergio Peris-Mencheta) and Lucia Villanueva (Emily Rios), the drug-running couple who discover the potency of crack and try to exploit it, despite the risks involved.
This proudly Canadian series appeals to the majority with a sarcastic tone and hilarious family dynamic. This sitcom follows the wealthy Rose family as they lose their fortune after being defrauded by their biz manager, they rebuild their lives with their sole remaining asset: a small town named Schitt’s Creek, which Johnny bought for David as a joke birthday gift in 1991. The fam is forced to leave their pampered lives to regroup and rebuild their empire from within the rural city limits of Schitt’s Creek.
An American sitcom that follows an upper-middle-class African-American family led by Andre ‘Dre’ Johnson (Anthony Anderson) and Rainbow Johnson (Tracee Ellis Ross). The show revolves around the family’s lives, as they juggle several personal and sociopolitical issues. Andre worries that his four children are losing touch with black culture because they are growing up in an affluent, mostly white neighbourhood. Feel all the feels and laugh along the way as you dive into seven seasons of Black-ish.
Which series are you bingeing first? Let us know down below.
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