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We finished Ozark and Narcos and are now watching Queen of the South. I guess we have enjoyed the drug dramas lately... I will say Queen of the South isn't nearly as well written, and the plot is extremely weak, but it is pretty good so far. I am sad that Ozark only has one more season...
Watching Frasier in its entirety on CBS All Access. Hard to believe the show started almost 30 years ago. Anyways, I found the writing to have been consistently above average and the comedy has aged quite well.
It wasn't a binge but it was streaming so I'm going to mention The Monuments Men that I finally watched this weekend. Not particularly dynamic and lots of liberties were taken but the story was well told and I think it is a story that should be told. I've read more about it since and it's quite fascinating.
My wife and I started watching Never Have I Ever on Netflix this past week. It's a teen comedy about an Indian-American girl in Southern California. We've got one episode left in season 1 (it just recently got renewed for a 2nd season) and we're really enjoying it. It was created by Mindy Kaling and it has the bright, colorful feeling that her other big show (The Mindy Project) had.
It's not at all soapy like what I've seen of shows like Riverdale or Gossip Girl and has more of a feeling like silly teen movies like Can't Hardly Wait.