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4 Netflix Shows From 2020 You Need To Watch

Netflix is home to a lot of films and TV shows. There are so many that it can be hard to actually find something you want to watch. Fortunately, this article is here to help point you in the right direction to four shows from 2020 you need to watch if you haven’t done so already.
The Queen’s Gambit
The Queen’s Gambit has taken the Netflix world by storm. Released at the end of October, it featured prominently in 2020 lists that covered the best shows of the year.

For the uninitiated, The Queen’s Gambit follows chess prodigy, Beth Harmon, as she battles drug and alcohol addictions while attempting to become the best chess player in the world. The 1950s and 1960s setting only helps to further add to the series’ charm.

Fun fact stat: According to research by Betway Casino, the show has resulted in a huge 500% jump in users on Chess.com.
Emily in Paris
Admittedly, Emily in Paris doesn’t have the type of critical support the other shows on this list boast. Yet, with its setting, light-hearted nature, and humor, it offers a nice slice of escapism during current times.

The series title is an accurate one. It’s a story about Emily and, well, she’s in Paris. Going a little deeper, Emily moves to the French capital to join a marketing firm. Viewers then get to see her struggles with work, love, and stereotypes. The show has already been greenlit for a second series, so now’s the time to jump on the bandwagon.

Fun fact stat: Following the show’s release, searches for “bucket hat” on Google increased 342%.
The Crown (Season Four)
If you’re an avid Netflix user, you have likely seen The Crown listed countless times as you’re browsing for something to watch. It has been a prominent fixture on the streaming service for four years at this point, becoming one of the most acclaimed and popular shows of recent times in the process.

If you haven’t given it the time of day yet, there’s no better time to jump in and get an inside look at the British royal family. Season four introduced the ‘original royal rebel’ Princess Diana and controversial Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, and it covers stories you’re likely familiar with – such as Charles and Diana’s relationship and modern British politics. Plus, it’s fine to jump straight into season four.

Fun fact stat: Two weeks after the release date of season four, Google searches for Princess Diana went up by 1566%.
Even though it is likely the least known show of the four spotlighted, this doesn’t make it any less worthy of mention. Unorthodox is a thrilling, eye-opening experience that is carved out across four episodes.

The story focuses on Esty, a married 19-year-old who, after living an ultra-conservative life as a Hasidic Jew, flees to Berlin in a rebellious act. Her new setting in the German capital supplies the chance of freedom and a new life, but her husband isn’t about to let that happen without a fight.

Fun fact stat: During the show’s apex, the word “Judaism” had a 150% increase on Google.

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