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5 great shows to watch on Netflix this week

Every week, Insider puts together a list of great shows on Netflix you could watch. This week, we recommend Emmy-nominated “Bodyguard,” “Better Call Saul,” “Friends,” Anthony Bourdain’s “Parts Unknown,” and “Everything Sucks.” Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories. Netflix has more original series and classic TV shows than the average person can keep up with. To help parse through the options, Insider is here to recommend five shows that are actually worth your time this week. First on our list is Anthony Bourdain’s CNN series that changed the way we think about travel shows. ‘Parts Unknown’Foto: Anthony Bourdain during filming of the Manila episode of the seventh season of “Parts Unknown.”sourceCNN Anthony Bourdain died just over one year ago, and though it’s bittersweet to watch old episodes of his travels around the world, “Parts Unknown” serves as a reminder of the great work he did while he was with us. He approached food and travel as a learning opportunity and lens through which we can understand our place in the world, and it’s worth taking the time to watch (or rewatch) “Parts Unknown” to experience that journey with him. ‘Bodyguard’Foto: Richard Madden plays an important securitysourceNetflix Richard Madden already has a Golden Globe for his performance on “Bodyguard,” and now the show is up for best drama at the Emmys this weekend. If you haven’t yet watched this political thriller, now is a good time to catch it on Netflix and appreciate Madden’s jawline (and pronunciation of “ma’am” in his Scottish accent). Read more: Who we think will win big at the Emmys – and who actually deserves to ‘Better Call Saul’Foto: Giancarlo Esposito stars on “Better Call Saul.”sourceAMC Also up for an Emmy this weekend, “Better Call Saul” is the fantastically written prequel series to “Breaking Bad.” Netflix may be making the upcoming sequel movie for “Breaking Bad,” but this AMC show has been satiating fans of the drug-based drama for years now. If you really want to be ambitious, watching all of the currently available “Better Call Saul” episodes before bingeing “Breaking Bad” would be a worthy deep dive. Read more: ‘Breaking Bad’ is getting a film sequel six years after the series ended. Here’s everything we know so far. ‘Friends’Foto: Ross and Rachel’s relationship is one for the television-ages.sourceNetflix Whether you love it, hate it, feel somewhere in-between, or have simply never seen it, you’re likely aware that “Friends” will leave Netflix next year for the HBO Max streaming service. So, for Netflix loyalists at least, now is the last chance you have to rewatch all 10 seasons of this laugh-track comedy and reevaluate how you feel about the divisive show: Is it overrated and problematic, or is it iconic and timeless?Read more: 14 ‘Friends’ plot holes and inconsistencies that still bother the show’s true fans ‘Everything Sucks’Foto: “Everything Sucks!” is set in a small town in the ’90s.sourceNetflix “Everything Sucks” is a teen comedy about a group of high schoolers who live in a small town in the 1990s. Though Netflix disappointingly cancelled the show after its first season, the series is still worth the watch for its fantastic ensemble cast, great soundtrack of ’90s music, and heartfelt story lines. For more Netflix options, read Insider’s list of the best movies you can stream this week.The post 5 great shows to watch on Netflix this week appeared first on Business Insider Nederland.
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