7 Best Netflix Shows to Download Right Now
On Wednesday, Netflix made the download feature available for select movies and TV shows, allowing users to watch offline without Wi-Fi or mobile internet. This addition was prompted by high demand from subscribers and competition from Google Prime, which had already launched a similar feature for select videos. The download feature is accessible on both Android and iOS devices and includes not only Netflix originals but also other TV shows and movies, although the entire gallery is not yet available.
We’ve created a list of shows worth your time. Now you can download and watch them on your handheld devices while traveling, waiting, or at your grandparents’ without Wi-Fi.
Walter White, a Chemistry teacher becomes unhinged after realizing that his honest life is of no use to him while he fights to pay for his cancer treatment and support his family. He embarks on a new path, involving drugs, to become a respected figure in the criminal world.
If you missed the summer’s hype of Stranger Things, get updated. This 8-episode first season is as good as a thriller gets. What’s even more exciting? The producers are releasing the next season with 9 episodes in July 2017.
Love drives you insane. The series follows a working woman who leaves her job in New York and goes looking for love in California. The series is underrated.
Parks and Recreations
“Parks and Recreation” is a quirky story about government officials working for the Department of Parks and Recreation. It humorously depicts their attempts to improve their city. The series spans seven seasons, providing ample entertainment for several weeks of travel.
On the series’ 50th anniversary, Netflix offers all the Star Trek series: The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, Enterprise. This show is simply awesome with many attention-grabbing episodes. Head to Netflix and start downloading for endless entertainment.
The IT Crowd
This British series, which ran for five seasons, follows the lives of tech-support employees in a big MNC. It gives a hilarious and satirical take on how ‘geeks’ fit into corporate culture.
This Netflix original is worth watching. The show, in its first season, is based on the British monarchy and how their public responsibility affects their personal lives and public image.
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