Netflix has something for everyone in 2018 #streamteam

In 2017 I styled the inside of my life with Netflix. I honestly used to be that person, (the one who refused to binge watch anything) because I thought it was a waste of time. And then I watched a few series, and documentaries and realized they weren’t just time wasters. In fact, it was good for me.

You can read about how Netflix helped me style the inside of my life here. 

Netflix has something for everyone in 2018.

This year, Netflix has new titles premiering for kids, adults, and everyone in between.

I’m looking forward to season two of Riverdale. Riverdale is my escape from reality and I have to be honest, I like Archie’s abs too. My teenage daughter is going to “cringe” (teenage slang) if she reads this because she thinks he’s hot and says it’s weird that I do too. LOL

Below is a list sent from Netflix of new titles for 2018 for everyone:


For the little one who just can’t get enough of Trolls… ( We loved the movie and my girls really enjoy the show!)

Trolls: The Beat Goes On! premieres on Netflix January 19 and picks up right where the hit movie left off, following the adventures of Poppy, Branch and all their Troll friends.

For the one who says they’re ready to watch scary movies… (My middle daughter read the series and binge-watched the first season!) 

Let them try A Series of Unfortunate Events first. The dark comedy series following the ill-fated Baudelaire siblings returns on March 30 for a second suspense-filled season with Neil Patrick Harris reprising his role as the cunning Count Olaf.

For the teen looking for a smart family comedy… ( I think this will be a good one to watch with my teenage daughter) 

Look no further than the Alvarez family of One Day at a Time. While do-it-all single mom Penelope keeps her family going, it’s the fresh perspectives of her children Elena and Alex that make the show relevant in today’s cultural landscape. The series returns with season 2 on January 26.

For the mom or dad who can’t get enough sci-fi… (Ooh, perhaps something hubby and I may like to watch with one another)

Caught the sci-fi bug after Black Mirror and need a new show to binge ASAP? Buckle up for Altered Carbon, a fast-paced cyberpunk series where death isn’t permanent and human consciousness can be digitized and downloaded from body to body. Get ready for this noir murder mystery coming to Netflix on February 2.

For the family member always sneaking in a midnight snack… ( In all honesty, I found this show hard to watch (too much blood) but a lot of people seem to like it.) 

Take caution if their appetite begins to change, and become extremely carnivorous. Santa Clarita Diet returns for a second season later this year.

But it doesn’t stop there:

“This February, Queer Eye returns after 15 years with a brand new Fab Five and the Regina King-starring crime drama Seven Seconds goes beyond the headlines of race relations and law enforcement. The standard coming-of-age story is turned on its head with a set of dueling A/V and drama clubs set in 1990s Oregon in Everything Sucks! to four bright and savvy friends growing up and navigating their way through life in South Central LA in On My Block. 

And later this year, mark your calendars for family blockbuster nights with new takes on classic stories: First, get ready to welcome back the most lovable dog in Hollywood with Benji coming to Netflix in March, and then blast off into the galaxy with Lost in Space, a reboot of the 1960s classic which is set to launch in mid-2018.” 

*Thank you for sharing some of this year’s shows to look forward to Netflix.

Are you looking forward to watching any of these titles?

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