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The good, the bad, and the weird from the world’s biggest streaming platform

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As Disney Plus, Hulu, Amazon Video, and newcomers like HBO Max, Peacock, and Quibi vie for our attention, there’s still one behemoth that’s become synonymous with the streaming era: Netflix. Each year, the company spends billions to both produce original content and license films and shows from around the world in order to deliver a robust bounty of options for the nearly 167 million subscribers.

Despite all the options, it’s still easy to spend 15 minutes scrolling through the streaming service’s and still put on The Office again. Between a huge catalogue of movies, combined with the streaming service’s inscrutable algorithm, finding something to watch feel more like a chore than a way to unwind

We’re here to help. If you’re suffering from a case of choice paralysis, we’ve collected our reviews, best-of lists, and platform offering breakdowns to help guide you toward what you actually want to watch. So let’s get streaming.