Netflix Shows to Watch Now – Hindi and English

I love hanging out with friends and family, going to the beach or just being a couch potato and binge -watching TV shows or watching a good movie.

Yvette Gonzalez-Nacer

Amidst the pandemic, I found it hard to be productive. Being thankful for my privilege, I spent times exploring TV shows.

Here’s a list of Hindi and English shows on Netflix.

English:

  • The O.C. – “Ryan Atwood gets involved with the wealthy, upper-class community of Orange County, where lies a world of shifting loyalties and intrigues.”
  • The Big Bang Theory – “The lives of four socially awkward friends, Leonard, Sheldon, Howard and Raj, take a wild turn when they meet the beautiful and free-spirited Penny.”
  • Friends – “Follow the lives of six reckless adults living in Manhattan, as they indulge in adventures which make their lives both troublesome and happening.”
  • Two And A Half Men – “Charlie Harper is a jingle writer who leads a hedonistic, carefree life. Everything changes when his good-for-nothing brother, Alan, and 10-year-old nephew, Jake, move into his Malibu beach house.”
  • Suits –  “Mike Ross, a talented young college dropout, is hired as an associate by Harvey Specter, one of New York’s best lawyers. They must handle cases while keeping Mike’s qualifications a secret.”
  • Jane The Virgin – “Jane Villanueva’s life turns upside down after she gets artificially inseminated. She is in for a greater shock when she discovers that the biological donor is her boss and former crush.”
  • Chesapeake Shores – “High-powered career woman Abby O’Brien has made it out of her hometown of Chesapeake Shores and into the big city — New York. When the divorced mother of twins takes a trip home, she is confronted with people from her past — including high school sweetheart Trace, uncompromising father Mick and esteemed grandmother Nell. It is this look into her past, combined with a realization that her career is restricting her ability to be a hands-on mother to her daughters, that leads Abby to consider making a permanent move back to Chesapeake Shores, which she does.”
  • Greenhouse Academy – “Students at elite Southern California boarding school The Greenhouse must work together to conquer challenges after uncovering an evil plot.”
  • 13 Reasons Why – “Newcomer Katherine Langford plays the role of Hannah, a young woman who takes her own life. Two weeks after her tragic death, a classmate named Clay finds a mysterious box on his porch. Inside the box are recordings made by Hannah — on whom Clay had a crush — in which she explains the 13 reasons why she chose to commit suicide. If Clay decides to listen to the recordings, he will find out if and how he made the list. This intricate and heart-wrenching tale is told through Clay and Hannah’s dual narratives.”
  • Gossip Girls – “Lorelai Gilmore, an independent young woman, shares a close bond with her wilful daughter, Rory. However, her relationship with her own mother is strained.”
  • How To Get Away With Murder – “Annalise Keating, a criminal defence lawyer and professor, teaches a group of aspiring law students. However, their lives alter when they get entangled in an aberrant murder.”
  • Full House – “Danny is a widower who is raising his three little girls after the death of his wife. But he has help from his musician brother-in-law, Jesse Katsopolis, and his best friend, comedian Joey Gladstone.”
  • Fuller House – “Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber are among the original “Full House” cast members who have returned to star in this spinoff, “Fuller House.” D.J., now widow and a mother to three sons, finds herself back in her childhood home alongside her sister Stephanie, an aspiring musician, and her lifelong friend Kimmy Gibbler, who is also a single mother. All under one roof, the women experience moments big and small together, including budding romances, holidays, parenting and life’s surprises.”
  • Never Have I Ever – “The complicated life of a first-generation Indian-American teenager.”
  • One Day At A Time – “This comedy-drama is inspired by Norman Lear’s 1975 series of the same name. This time around, the series follows the life of Penelope, a newly single Army veteran, and her Cuban-American family, as they navigate the ups and downs of life. Now a nurse, Penelope is raising two strong-willed children. When faced with challenges, Penelope turns to her “old-school” mother, and her building manager, who has become an invaluable confidant. The series offers a contemporary take on what life looks like in both good and bad times, and how loved ones can help make it all worthwhile.”
  • Atypical – “This heartfelt comedy follows Sam, a teenager on the autism spectrum, who has decided he is ready for romance. In order to start dating — and hopefully find love — Sam will need to be more independent, which also sends his mother (Jennifer Jason Leigh) on her own life-changing path. She and the rest of Sam’s family, including a scrappy sister and a father seeking a better understanding of his son, must adjust to change and explore what it means to be “normal.” The series is created and written by Robia Rashid and Academy Award-winning producer Seth Gordon.”
  • Dead to Me – “Jen’s husband recently died in a hit-and-run, and the sardonic widow is determined to solve the crime. Optimistic free spirit Judy has recently suffered a tragic loss of her own. The ladies meet at a support group and, despite their polar-opposite personalities, become unlikely friends. As the women bond over bottles of wine and a shared affinity for “The Facts of Life,” Judy tries to shield Jen from a shocking secret that could destroy her life as she knows it. The dark comedy — which explores the weirdly funny sides of grief, loss and forgiveness — features a cast that includes TV veterans Christina Applegate and Ed Asner.”
  • Working Moms – “Warm, loyal PR executive Kate and her longtime friend, no-nonsense psychiatrist Anne, attend a judgmental mommies’ group, where they meet timid IT tech Jenny and blindly optimistic real estate agent Frankie. The four quickly form an unlikely friendship, sharing struggles of urban motherhood filled with the chaos of toddlers, tantrums, careers, and identity crises, all while trying to achieve the holy grail: a sense of self. The ensemble comedy is largely drawn from the personal experiences of star/co-creator Catherine Reitman “
  • Vampire Diaries – “On her first day at high school, Elena meets Stefan and immediately feels a connection with him. However, what she doesn’t know is that Stefan and his brother, Damon, are in fact vampires.”
  • When Calls The Heart – “Elizabeth Thatcher is a young teacher accustomed to high society, so she experiences culture shock when she gets her first classroom assignment in Coal Valley. Life in the small mining town is filled with challenges. A recent explosion has killed more than a dozen of the town’s miners, compelling the widows of those men to work in the mines to earn money. One of them – Abigail Stanton, whose husband was foreman at the site of the tragedy – welcomes Thatcher and tries to help her adjust to frontier customs. Constable Jack Thornton is not as welcoming, though, because he believes Thatcher’s wealthy father doomed his career by assigning him to Coal Valley so he could protect Elizabeth. Janette Oke’s books about the Canadian West inspired the programme.”
  • Gilmore Girls – “Lorelai Gilmore, an independent young woman, shares a close bond with her wilful daughter, Rory. However, her relationship with her own mother is strained.”
  • Grace and Frankie – “For as long as they can recall, Grace and Frankie have been rivals. Their one-upmanship comes crashing to a halt, however, when they learn that their husbands have fallen in love with each other and want to get married. As everything around the ladies is coming apart, the only thing they can really rely on is each other.”

Hindi:

  • Little Things – “A cohabitating couple in their 20s navigates the ups and downs of work, modern-day relationships and finding themselves in contemporary Mumbai.”
  • Girls Hostel – “A group of girls share numerous ups and downs as roommates in a girls hostel.”
  • College Romance – “Three best friends look for love, laughs and some lifelong memories while attending college together.”
  • She – “An undercover assignment becomes a timid Mumbai constable’s road to empowerment, as she realizes her potential.”
  • Sacred Games – “When police officer Sartaj Singh receives an anonymous tip about the location of criminal overlord Ganesh Gaitonde, he embarks on a chase around Mumbai in what becomes a dangerous cat-and-mouse game. Amidst the chaos, trappings of a corrupt underworld are revealed. After being removed from the Gaitonde case, Singh begins his own investigation as he works to save Mumbai from impending doom. Flashbacks reveal some of the crimes that Gaitonde has committed through the years.”
  • Delhi Crime – “Based on a Delhi gang rape case, this crime drama follows the Delhi Police investigation into the finding of the men who perpetrated the crime.”
  • Taj Mahal 1989 – “Students Dharam and Rashmi are in love, but as Dharam becomes more passionate about his political ambitions, Rashmi questions the change in his demeanor; Angad falls head over heels for Mamta who is the student leader for the communist party.”