New to Netflix this spring

Along with existing content on Netflix, below are several new TV series and films that have been or will be released this spring.

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“Big Time Rush” originally aired on Nickelodeon from 2009 to 2013, and it is now being released on Netflix.

With spring break underway, and many Pascack Hills students staying home this year, it is the perfect time to binge or catch up on many Netflix shows and movies. Along with existing content on Netflix, below are several new TV series and films that have been or will be released this spring.

“Marriage or Mortgage”: March 10

The first season of this Netflix original series is already a hit, as it has consistently remained on Netflix’s daily top ten chart. “Marriage or Mortgage” features a different newly engaged couple every episode, as they try to decide between a dream wedding, with the help of a wedding planner, or a dream home, with the help of a real estate agent.

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“Last Chance U: Basketball”: March 10

“Last Chance U: Basketball” is a docuseries that follows the journey of a community college basketball team, and a coach determined to turn his players’ careers around one day into professional basketball players. This touching, inspirational story is a must-watch for anyone contemplating watching it.

“Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal”: March 17

The documentary centered around the college admissions scandal is finally here, featuring the stories of both Lori Loughlin and Felicity Hoffman. 

“Big Time Rush”: March 26

“Big Time Rush” focuses on the young boyband Big Time Rush as they try to guide their newfound fame in Hollywood. This TV series originally aired on Nickelodeon from 2009 to 2013, and it is now being released on Netflix.

I loved watching ‘Big Time Rush’ growing up, and I am so excited to rewatch it once it comes to Netflix.”

— Rebecca Lovett, Hills sophomore

Hills sophomore Rebecca Lovett is a fan of the show, saying, “I loved watching ‘Big Time Rush’ growing up, and I am so excited to rewatch it once it comes to Netflix.”

“Dad Stop Embarrassing Me!”: April 14

Featuring Jamie Foxx, “Dad Stop Embarrassing Me!” is a sitcom loosely based on Foxx’s life. In this series, Foxx tries his best to guide fatherhood when his daughter moves in with him, and he is constantly embarrassing her.