What to Watch on Netflix (Spring Edition)

 Hello friends …and welcome or welcome back.

“I do not rush through my life, I temper speed with stillness.― The Good Trade

I hope everyone is doing well and feeling good.  Remember to stay hydrated, take moments to be still, get plenty of rest, and don’t forget your greens.

There are so many new shows, documentaries, and shows to be revised on Netflix this Spring, and I’m still in the throws of starting and finishing a few promising ones. As my blog friends know, I love documentaries, crime, murder mysteries, and, of course, anything in the horror genre.

Here’s what’s on my Netflix watchlist.

School Spirits

83% Rotten Tomatoes
7.6 IMBD Rating
Season 1: 8 Episodes

Maddie is a teen girl stuck in the afterlife investigating her own mysterious disappearance; she goes on a crime-solving journey as she adjusts to school in the afterlife, but the closer she gets to the truth, the more secrets and lies she discovers. (Trailer)



56% Rotten Tomatoes
6.1 IMBD Rating

A young woman agrees to marry a handsome prince — only to discover it was all a trap. She is thrown into a cave with a fire-breathing dragon and must rely solely on her wits and will to survive. (Trailer)




70% Rotten Tomatoes
6.3 IMBD Rating

In 1972, the first-ever Black congresswoman, Shirley Chisholm, launched a trailblazing campaign to become the president of the United States. (Trailer)


3 Body Problem

77% Rotten Tomatoes
7.8 IMBD Rating
Season 1: 8 Episodes

A fateful decision in 1960s China echoes across space and time to a group of scientists in the present, forcing them to face humanity’s greatest threat. (Trailer)


The Program: Cons, Cults, and Kidnapping

100% Rotten Tomatoes
7.5/10 IMBD Rating
4 part event

Years after being sent to a disciplinary school, a woman who is haunted by her experiences exposes the corruption and abuse of the troubled teen industry. (Trailer)



Bodies Bodies Bodies

85% Rotten Tomatoes
6.2/10 IMBD Rating

When a group of 20-somethings gets stuck at a remote mansion during a hurricane, a party game gone very, very wrong ends with a dead body on the ground and fake friends at every turn as they try to find the killer among them. (Trailer)


So far, I’ve seen “The Program,” which is the most controversial documentary I’ve seen in a long time, and it’s one that left me wondering how these entities still exist in our current environment.  It’s one to catch (if you’re into documentaries).  The Program features some of the same subject matter as Netflix’s other documentary called “Hell Camp.”  My reading takes a bit of priority over watching TV, so I’m slowly moving through these.

So friends …What’s on your watchlist this year?  Let me know in the comments. Thanks so much for checking out the blog today.  ― Peace

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