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We'll Tell You What To Netflix Based On Your Thanksgiving Preferences
If there's green bean casserole on your table, you're probably eating with your family. So give The Crown a try so you can all watch a show together that won't scandalize anyone.
Turkey. The main attraction. A strong, steady staple of the Thanksgiving feast. That calls for Luke Cage, a superhero show about a man who decides to be the man of steel that his community needs.
Pumpkin pie is a pretty classic and comforting fall food, so you should go with a classic and comforting fall show, like Gilmore Girls.
Stuffing (or dressing if you'd like) is definitely a comfort food, but every once in a while it surprises you with a really hard, crunchy piece of bread. Similarly, Parks & Rec is mostly nice and comforting, but will remind you that there's a lot of work we have to do in the world.
You like your food in quick, bite-sized pieces, so maybe a big binge isn't for you. Instead, try the documentary film Amanda Knox, which gives new insight into Knox's trial in Italy.
Macaroni and cheese. Dense. Delicious. Just like Luther, which is one of the more cerebral detective dramas out there. That's the dense part. The delicious part is Idris Elba.
Mashed potatoes are about as American as football, which is why you should watch Last Chance U, a documentary series about young football players struggling to get wins and make grades at a junior college in Mississippi.
Sweet potatoes are sometimes sickly sweet, which is why you might enjoy the also very sweet Grace & Frankie, about two women whose husbands reveal that they're in love with each other.
Pecan pie requires distinguished taste, and so does the very intellectual comedy of the classic Frasier.