Many future residents of our Louisville student apartments have found themselves spending a lot more time inside than they used to lately and we’re feeling more grateful for television streaming services than ever. If you’ve exhausted your list of shows to binge and movies to watch, allow us to add a few more things worth watching the next time you’re stuck at home in your off campus housing in Louisville with some free time!
These 2020 Netflix releases are worth watching if you haven’t already. And if you know a friend near our student apartments in Louisville who could use some show recommendations, don’t forget to share this list with them too!
Lovers of true crime shows are raving about Tiger King recently. This Netflix documentary takes a deep dive into the world of big cat ownership, private zoos, and animal rights advocacy groups in America, centering primarily around Joe Exotic and his rivals, allies, and associates. If you enjoy shows that feel like a train wreck you just can’t look away from, Tiger King might be the series for you.
Locke and Key
Based on a comic series, Locke and Key follows the Locke children who have recently moved into their late father’s childhood home, Key House. Magic and mystery quickly becomes part of their lives, but along the way a sinister past unearths itself, threatening to alter the Locke family’s lives, or even end them. If you enjoy a teen-driven fantasy thriller, this show might be perfect for you.
I Am Not Okay With This
For another supernatural teen drama featuring dead fathers, I Am Not Okay With This tells the story of a teenage girl with nascent magical powers she can’t control. But much like Locke and Key, this show takes that familiar, fun premise and turns it toward the sinister while still offering plenty of comic relief and relatable teen angst along the way. If you enjoyed the Netflix show The End of the F***ing World or the movie Carrie, you might love I Am Not Okay With This too.
How To Fix a Drug Scandal
For more true crime, How To Fix a Drug Scandal could be just your cup of tea. The documentary follows a Massachusetts crime drug chemist who abused her position to fuel her drug addiction, as well as her effect on the legal system and potential wrongful convictions that her actions may have led to. If you’re interested in legal drama, scandal, and crime, this series may be just the right show to add to your watch list.
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