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Top Netflix Shows to Watch Going Into 2024

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Annemarie Mullet

Fool me Once
Some would say this is the only show you must watch in 2024. And they wouldn’t be wrong. Taking place in Britain, Maya is a widowed wife who lost her husband Joe in a murder. She spends her days trying to uncover the mystery of his death. The hoops this show will take you through will have you spinning.

The Watcher
This psychological thriller will have you sitting on the edge of your seat — and sleeping with one eye open.
When everything feels like it’s starting to make sense, the plot takes a turn that will make your head spin.
When the Brannock family buys their dream house in the suburbs of New Jersey, they’re ready to live a quiet life. That isn’t until the Watcher starts sending the family extremely detailed and mysterious letters about their everyday lives. This show will make you second-guess everyone involved in the case, and the ending will leave you jaw-dropped. What’s even spookier is when you realize it’s based on true events.

Dead to Me
Not only does this show keep your eyes glued to the screen trying to unravel the mystery of Jen’s husband’s death, but you will also be dying of laughter. The rollercoaster of emotions you will feel will be overwhelming. One minute you will be in anger thinking, ‘How the hell can they get away with this,’ and the next you will be laughing along with the mysteriously twisted yet charming characters.

Beef
It’s no surprise “Beef” was an Emmy Winner. Amy and Danny are both unorthodox characters with extreme anger issues. As the plot unfolds, every episode becomes messier and messier. Just when the beef between the two characters seems like it’s over, a curveball is thrown and events that seem like they only belong in a nightmare become reality. A true must-watch.

The Brothers Sun
One enemy: The Taiwanese Triad. When Charles’s father is shot, he must reconnect with his mother in LA and brother Bruce, whom he hasn’t seen since they were young. The difference between Bruce and Charles? Bruce was raised like any normal suburban kid, however, Charles was raised to kill and fight. They create an unlikely bond with one another to secure their family’s future to the crown.

Young Sheldon
A spinoff from the “Big Bang Theory,” “Young Sheldon” follows the intricate and complicated life of little Sheldon, a child prodigy. This is a light-hearted show that doesn’t require much attention to follow along. In every episode, Sheldon finds himself in some new type of terrible situation. He relies not only on his brain power but of course the help of his family with whom he has a love-hate relationship with. As the audience, you will certainly feel like you are a part of this family.

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Mariah Johnston, Life and Culture Editor
Mariah Johnston is a junior JAMS major and anthropology minor. While being born and raised in Elko, Nev., she always knew she wanted to move to the PNW. She is editor of the Life and Culture section of The Linfield Review. When she is not working for The Review, she is involved in other jobs on campus, such as writing for Voices of Linfield, a member of the JAMS promo team and a member of Alpha Phi. Recently, she started an internship with the Willamette Valley Visitors Association serving as a content creating intern. Her hobbies include photography, hiking, and anything outdoors, as she has recently gotten into snowboarding and surfing. After college, she hopes to pursue a master's degree in photojournalism, and land a job writing in the travel industry.
Annemarie Mullet, Managing Editor

Annemarie Mullet is a senior from Kirkland, Wash. She is a digital arts major and creative writing minor. Annemarie also works at the Writing Center and in the digital art lab. When not working or doing school, Annemarie can be found doing art, crocheting, sewing, reading, or spending time with her ESA bunny, Mocha.

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