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What are your top 5 netflix series?

Picasso

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Docuseries

Wild Patagonia
South Pacific
Great Barrier Reef
Wild China
Wild Japan


Other

Versailles ~ Season One
Alias Grace
La Casa de Papel
The Mossad
Memories of Alhambra
 

Picasso

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Docuseries

Wild Patagonia
South Pacific
Great Barrier Reef
Wild China
Wild Japan


Other

Versailles ~ Season One
Alias Grace
La Casa de Papel
The Mossad
Memories of Alhambra

I kept the first list for Nature documentaries. However, The Mossad is a documentary also. I found it very important since it makes one think in two perspectives at the same time, an exercise of the mental faculties in realizing the conflict all around. Residing in the other's head for a while can be beneficial in the way we develop our skills of diplomacy and strategical thinking, bypassing the current cycle into a major breakthrough that will only come in the future.
 

Lebanese Pride

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Egyptians have their version of Breaking Bad airing now. Give it a shot if you miss Breaking Bad! :lol:

Anyone watched this? Is it good?
 

Libnene Qu7

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Peaky Blinders season 1
Peaky Blinders season 2
Peaky Blinders season 3
Peaky Blinders season 4

And in October:

Peaky Blinders season 5
 

Danny Z

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It is not netlfix, an HBO minseries called our boys directed by and Israeli arab called Wael Abou tawfik. I decided to watch it when Netenyahu advertised it when he asked people to boycott it. they are at episode 4 now and I watched the first 2, so far so good.
 

Picasso

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I'm currently watching a series called Moving Art.

A work of Art among Nature series.
 

Picasso

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Christiane Amanpour: Sex and Love Around the world.

In Beirut episode, Nadine's story is heartbreaking. The religious courts have no heart or dignity.

Those courts must be closed, and Lebanon should be secular in all of its laws.
 

HalaMadrid

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I don't think it's netflix...? But every season of The Americans. Incredible character development.
 

mariob2

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Dirty Money. It's on netflix consisting of independant episodes that each tackles the topic of infamous financial scandals. I particularly liked the one about HSBC and Volkswagen.

The Witcher is interesting.

Black Mirrors

And Explain. It's like dirty money but encompasses all kinds of topics, each episode being 20 min.

Finally Supernatural. It's on it's last season, the 15th. If you got time, you won't be disappointed.
 
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