Locked Down

Set in the middle of the early stages of the Covid-19 pandemic, the rom-com wrapped in a heist thriller works as an engaging and relatable time capsule.

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The Haunting of Bly Manor

Though it’s only had two installments so far, the “Haunting” series is shaping up to be a superb showcase for long-form supernatural storytelling. If you like your horror more gothic than gory, Bly Manor absolutely fits the bill.

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Palm Springs

Set at a destination wedding, Palm Springs is silly, twisted, clever, violent, bold, sweet, and hip. It will make you laugh, think and feel (in that order).

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Lucifer on Netflix


This sexy devil is not the Prince of Lies or the incarnation of evil as commonly depicted in media, but a self-indulgent fallen angel working out his daddy issues on Earth.

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Love is Blind

Not nearly as catty as The Bachelor and a lot less out there than Married at First Sight, it seems that love really might be blind after all — and this show’s ready to renew our faith in falling in love.

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The Apartment

A timeless look at the holidays from the point of view of the singletons who don’t have families to spend them with, the bitingly funny 1960 Oscar winner will appeal to cynics, cinephiles, and even romantics.

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A provocative, rapturous indie about a 17-year-old poet who meets an aspiring songwriter during her last summer before leaving for college. It’s a heart-wrenching story about a passionate first love that delivers a breakout performance, piercing writing, and a love letter to Harlem.

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