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Emily In Paris To Unbelievable: We’ve Got Your Weekend Sorted With These Underrated Web Shows!

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Not a single day passes when you scroll your favourite streaming platforms complaining nothing is entertaining to watch. Since you have already watched popular shows and now you can’t find something new, because people are not talking about something new.

Well, you need to stop going with word of mouth. There are a plethora of underrated shows that you haven’t gotten around yet.

Here we have a list of the three most underrated Hollywood shows you must add to your watchlist right now.

Emily In Paris

Starring Lily Collins as Emily, the series will give you major motivation goals. The show is about an American girl who moves to Paris to provide an American perspective to a French marketing firm. While from food to language, everything is different, Emily manages to make her place in the company and city. At times, she is bullied by her colleagues, even constantly pulled back by her bosses, but she wins every situation with shining stars. Season one of the show is available on Netflix, and if you are planning to watch this comedy-drama, then its second season is arriving soon to increase your excitement.

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Man With A Plan

Rare gems list this show as precious. Starring Matt LeBlanc, Liza Snyder, Matt Cook, and others, this show is perfect for a family evening watch. Some hilarious punches and funny situations make this show the best of all times. This is the time when we all are surrounded by so much negativity; this show will help you come out of it. The show is available on Amazon Prime Video.

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This one is a 6-episode mini-series crime-drama available on Netflix. The story of the show revolves around a serial rapist who is a psychopath. Starring Toni Collette, Merritt Wever, and Kaitlyn Dever, the series is based on the 2015 news article “An Unbelievable Story of Rape”, written by T. Christian Miller and Ken Armstrong and their 2018 book A False Report based on the same research. The show will give you goosebumps and leave you with various questions. This show gives you hope that no matter what, guilty comes to its end.

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So here, you are sorted for your weekend. Thank us later!

In a world full of writers, I'll just be another one with an edge to be the best. I am Reema Chhabda, a content writer by trade and part-time poet.
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