As the temperatures continue to drop, there is nothing more I would rather do than sit at home, on the couch with a blanket and my good friend Netflix.
With so much content available, sometimes picking something to watch is an entire process in itself. You know what I'm talking about. You sit there browsing for an hour and you finally give up and do something else instead.
Lucky for you, I did the pre-browsing ahead of time and picked some of my top favourites to watch on Netflix this month.
Based on the article "An Unbelievable Story of Rape” written in 2015, Unbelievable stars Toni Colette, Merritt Wever and Kaitlyn Dever about a series of rapes in Washington and Colorado. The series follows Marie, a teenager who was charged with lying about having been raped, and the two detectives who followed a twisting path to arrive at the truth.
Who doesn't love a good investigative documentary? The Family looks into a conservative Christian group—known as "The Family" or the Fellowship—investigating its deep influence on American politics. Throughout the series, we see how this group has secretly swayed US politics for many decades.
INSIDE BILL'S BRAIN: DECODING BILL GATES
Bill Gates is arguably one of the most fascinating people on the planet. This three-part docuseries explores the mind and motivations of the celebrated tech visionary, business leader and philanthropist.
Nowadays, it's hard to turn on the news without hearing about the heart-wrenching stories of undocumented immigrants who are just trying to create a better life, but instead find themselves separated from loved ones and deported back to their home countries where they fear for their safety. Living Undocumented is a series executive produced by Selena Gomez follows eight undocumented immigrant families living in the United States. In the series, each family faces the threat of deportation for one or more of its members.