Streaming during the outbreak has become an integral part of daily life and survival for many in the past 18 months. A big part of the enjoyment for Netflix’s 209 million customers during the lockdown was participating in the discussion on the internet about several of its most popular original series. While we were physically separated but we could chat online about our favorite shows. The streaming service didn’t disappoint with the number of new series that came out every month. In all, Netflix made history last weekend, racking up the record-breaking number of Emmy wins. The network has won 44 Emmy awards in the same year. This surpasses the record CBS established in 1974. The Crown and The Queen’s Gambit were two popular series among viewers; each took home 11 Emmys. The Queen’s Gambit and The Crown won 11 Emmys, including Outstanding Drama and Outstanding Limited series.
The streaming service isn’t slowing down until October. It premieres all nine seasons of iconic comedy Seinfeld and numerous other original series, including four of the best listed below.
Maid (October 1, Ten Episodes) – Inspired by the New York Times NYT +0.4% Bestseller memoir Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother’s Will to Survive Written by Stephanie Land, this female-driven limited series tells the story of Alex, who is a single mom who uses housekeeping to survive after she is rescued from an unhappily-loved relationship, and tries to overcome homeless to provide an improved life for her daughter. This is among my favorite shows this year. This show is described as intense, compelling emotional, and often difficult to watch as you feel so strongly for the character and how she represents so many others struggling to get out of the same fate. The show’s creator, showrunner series writer, and executive producer Molly Smith Metzler took Land’s stunning writing and turned it into an incredibly gorgeous series of 2021. Andie MacDowell is amazing as Alex’s mother Paula, and Alex is played in real life by her Margaret Qualley. Let’s talk about the Emmy award, and both of them deserve nominations for next year’s awards. Pretty smart ( October 8 10, 10 Episodes)- After getting unexpectedly abandoned by her ex-boyfriend, Chelsea (Emily Osment) is a Harvard-educated, high-brow writer and scholar, she is forced to relocate the company of her bubbly fun and not very intelligent West Coast sister, Claire (Olivia Macklin) and her three delightfully eccentric, not-so-intellectual housemates: Grant (Gregg Sulkin) an incredibly handsome, distracting Personal Trainer, Solana (Cinthya Carmon) who was a lawyer before becoming a healer, and Jayden (Michael Hsu Rose) is social media influencer. However, Chelsea’s hard-headed, often judgemental personality begins to change when she gets acquainted with her new pals, and they begin to become a family. It’s an excellent time to time that can help you forget about the problems in the world, for approximately five hours. The show is created by co-creators, showrunners, and executive producers Jack Dolgen and Doug Mand. Kourtney Kang, Pamela Fryman, Jim Brandon, and Brian Singleton also executive produce.
You: Season 3 (October 15, 10 Episodes)- The third season of this popular show is pure entertainment! Joe (Penn Badgley) and Love (Victoria Pedretti ) are currently married and have a baby. They’ve relocated away from Los Angeles to the Northern California area in Madre Linda, where tech-savvy entrepreneurs surround them with a privileged status as well as mommy bloggers who are judgmental and famous biohackers on Instagram. There’s no perfect marriage. However, Joe has been battling severe drama with his baby this season. However, he is trying to be a faithful father and husband despite his wife’s erratic temper and a jealous streak that keeps getting them in serious trouble. There is no way to know what happens behind the closed doors of any marriage, but there are lots of bloody cleaning tasks for these two. It’s not unjust to be jealous. However, Joe’s inclination to fall in love is an actual problem in their relationship. Some of the most enjoyable scenes happen when they attend couples therapy.
Colin Kaepernick Black & White (October 29 Six episodes) —This dramatic new drama series is by the co-creators Ava DuVernay and Colin Kaepernick and follows Kaepernick’s journey to maturity. He overcomes class, race, and the culture of a Black child who white families adopted. Kaepernick was a cultural icon who achieved the top levels of achievement on American soccer in his role as his NFL quarterback. He would become famous for his activism as well as his athletic talents. Jaden Michael is the main character in teenager Colin and Nick Offerman and Mary-Louise Parker play the parents of his character, Rick, and Teresa and Kaepernick play himself. The show is a short binge featuring 30 minutes of episodes. DuVernay directs the opening episode and also all the scenes from today featuring Kaepernick. Sheldon Candis, Robert Townsend, Angel Kristi Williams, and Kenny Leon direct the five additional episodes. DuVernay, Kaepernick, and Michael Starrbury co-produced the show.