Netflix continues to impress its audience

 Grayson Lehmer, Guest Reporter

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Netflix Originals:

There are many different types of Netflix shows that people are into, but recently there have been some spectacular shows Netflix has released. One is the 2nd season of 13 Reasons Why. They have also released a banger second season to the show OZARK. In addition, recently they released the second seasons of the Netflix marvel shows such as Iron Fist, Luke Cage, and Jessica Jones. Not to forget, the spectacular show Stranger Things also shows on Netflix. If you’re really into the science fiction and fantasy, then this is the show for you.

Show that aren’t original but are great:

Netflix has other great shows, which you may have watched before. For example, Riverdale is a great show that expresses the power of friendship and the fun you and your friends can have together. There are also shows like Arrow, Supergirl and The Flash, which viewers can’t get enough of.

MASH Students’ Favorites

Jaelyn Washington’s vote is for the show “Nailed it and Everything Sucks”. 

Kevin Leidy and Joey Mangrella’s favorite TV show is “Trailer Park Boys” and ESPN’s “30 for 30.” They enjoy these shows because they can relate to the characters in the stories and like sports themed tv.

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2 Responses to “Netflix continues to impress its audience”

  1. Jillian on October 29th, 2018 7:00 pm

    They also have The Office on Netflix. Technically, it’s NBC that originally produced it, but I know a lot of people, including myself, are so happy it’s on there.

  2. Em Purinton on December 4th, 2018 3:16 pm

    Personally, I love “She-Ra and the Princesses of Power”! It has a strong female lead and is an awesome re-boot of the eighties’ classic. Also, “Atypical” is a great comedy with relatable situations that viewers will love.

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Netflix continues to impress its audience