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Last Updated: April 3rd
There are plenty of good TV series on Netflix. Arguably, too many, in fact. If you're trying to figure out what to watch next, here's a great place to start with a look at 65 of the best shows on Netflix right now including some of the best Netflix original series. You can also find recent changes, including new seasons and removed shows, at the bottom of this list, while some of the most recently added entries listed first.
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6 seasons, 110 episodes | IMDb: 8.5/10
Has there ever been a sitcom as downright clever as Community? Aside from the gas leak year, Community was quicker than nearly every other comedy out there, with jokes flying fast but also taking seasons to reach a punchline. After getting caught with a phony degree, former lawyer Jeff Winger Joel McHale heads to Greendale Community College to get a legitimate degree. There he gets into increasingly hilarious hijinks with his Spanish study group. Between paintball wars, zombie outbreaks, and the increasingly ridiculous presence of Senor Chang Ken Jeong, Community is never, ever boring. Quit living in the darkest timeline and get to watching.Netflix
Feel GoodFeel Good
1 season, 6 episodes | IMDb: 7.5/10
Comedian Mae Martin stars in this feel-good dramedy series about a stand-up performer named Mae, who falls for a young woman named George. Mae's a recovering addict; George has just emerged from the closet. Sparks fly between the two, but Mae's past drug use and George's reluctance to come out to her friends and family threatens to break them up.Netflix Tiger King
1 season, 7 episodes | IMDb: 8/10
There are stories to bizarre, too mind-boggling to be true... and then there's this seven-part docuseries. Cults, queer romance, exotic cats — this true crime binge has it all. Is Joe Exotic, a gay, gun-loving conman running an exotic zoo out of his home in Oklahoma, a criminal or an American hero? Did animal rights activist Carole Baskin murder her husband and feed him to her tigers? Why are so many zoo employees missing limbs? These are just a few of the questions you'll ask while watching this train wreck. Have fun, kids.Netflix Narcos: Mexico
2 seasons, 20 episodes | IMDb: 8.4/10
Good news: Narcos is back. Even better news: Mexico is basically an entirely revamped show, which means you don't need to be familiar with past installments to enjoy the wild ride. Diego Luna plays the new big bad, a drug lord looking to expand his reach, while Michael Pena plays the fed tasked with busting his operation. Luna looks to be thoroughly enjoying playing the sleazeball gangster-type, and since this installment is set in the 1980s, expect...
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Late-night shows largely went on hiatus a few weeks ago to protect their crews and audiences, but they're finding a way to get the job done, regardless.
Conan — Team Coco is shooting through an iPhone with guest Sophie Turner, who's promoting her new Quibi show, Survive.
The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon — Demi Lovato, Jonathan Van Ness
Jimmy Kimmel Live! — Samuel L. Jackson, Sean Paul featuring Tove Lo
The Late Show With Stephen Colbert — Guests TBA
Full Frontal With Samantha Bee — Back on Wednesday!
Late Night With Seth Meyers — Senator Elizabeth Warren
A Little Late With Lilly Singh — Natalya Neidhart, Alexa Bliss
The Daily Show With Trevor Noah — Noah's reporting live from his couch, and naturally, the subject of the night will be the ongoing pandemic and social distancing.
Here's the rest of the evening's notable programming:
NCIS CBS, 8:00 p.m. — A hostage situation following a jewelry robbery challenges the team when the situation moves to a nearby diner.
Empire FOX, 9:00 p.m. — Cookie makes a shocking discovery while digging into finances, and that leads to conflict with Giselle. Meanwhile, wedding day fears are on tap for Teri over Andre's temper. Girl, don't do it.
FBI: Most Wanted CBS, 10:00 p.m. — A former counter-intelligence officer that leaked classified information is on the loose after he attacked his former partners.
For Life ABC, 10:00 p.m. — An inmate's fighting for the right to marry his dying love while Anya's marriage with Safiya might be in trouble.
Editor’s Note: The list is constantly updated. Dates refer to when announcements were made.
The Coronavirus outbreak is disrupting entertainment events in Hollywood and around the world, from the theatrical releases of major studio tentpoles to the launch of film festivals and TV conferences. IndieWire will continue to update this page with the latest breaking news regarding production delays, festival cancellations, release date changes, and more entertainment disruptions caused by the coronavirus. The most recent updates will be posted at the top of the running list below.April 7
–The Annecy Animation Film Festival has been cancelled. The world’s leading animation film festival was scheduled to celebrate its 60th anniversary in Annecy, France on June 15-20. In a prepared statement festival organizers said, “During the last weeks, driven by our passion and enthusiasm, we were hoping to be able to offer the exceptional anniversary that was in preparation despite the constraints of confinement. But our reason and international situation are forcing us to act with lucidity and responsibility.” The festival will screen a portion of their offerings in an online event set to be unveiled on April 15.April 6
–“Archer” Season 11 has been delayed to sometime later in the year. The FXX animated comedy was originally scheduled to premiere on May 6.
–The Munich Film Festival has been canceled. It was supposed to happen June 25 through July 4.April 3
–Disney has made major calendar changes, with new release dates for “Mulan,” “Black Widow,” and “Eternals.” The Mouse House also shifted “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Seven Rings,” “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,” and “Thor: Love and Thunder.” “Artemis Fowl” will skip theatrical and go directly to streaming via Disney+.
–Searchlight has moved the premiere of Wes Anderson’s “The French Dispatch” from July 24 to October 16, putting the film in the heart of the Oscar race.
–Universal/MGM has moved the “Candyman” sequel from June 12 to September 25. The new film is directed/co-written by Nia DaCosta and produced/co-written by Jordan Peele, expanding on the 1992 original.
–The Montréal Just for Laughs Festival will be postponed to September 29 through October 11, 2020. The event was originally slated for late July. Further details on the Festival will be announced in the coming months.
–HBO has moved the premiere of its new limited series “The Third Day” to this fall. The show, starring Jude Law and Naomi Harris, was originally scheduled to debut on May 11.
-The 2020 Cannes Lions festival is canceled. The June festival was originally...