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The BEST options (IMHO) for everyone in the family on Netflix #StreamTeam - Evolved Mommy

The BEST options (IMHO) for everyone in the family on Netflix #StreamTeam
Steve
  • On August 13, 2014

Chances are that you don’t get excited about the same movies and TV shows that your partner and/or kids do.  Obviously you’re a terrible parent.  Okay, maybe not, but wouldn’t it be nice if everyone in your family could watch whatever they want, whenever they wanted to?

Netflix to the Rescue!

It’s no secret for anyone with children that Netflix is an excellent part-time nanny.  Don’t judge, everybody does it.  But it also serves as a great pacifier for the adults in the family too.  Here’s a rundown of what everybody in our family is currently watching.

Ooh, ooh! Me first!

Aside from MST3K, which I have mentioned before that I am super excited about, I’ve also been taking in a lot of the standards.  30 Rock, Arrested Development and Futurama.  My most recently watched movies are Happy Gilmore and Groundhog Day.  My most recently watched movies are Happy Gilmore and Groundhog Day.  Oh, and Groundhog Day.

Next up, Mom!

Stephanie is a huge fan of Orange is the New Black.  She actually sits down and watches them all at once.  (I purposely didn’t say “binge watches.”)  I’ve also caught her watching Friends and the West Wing.  A real bonus for her is that her favorite movie of all time, Steel Magnolias, is available as well.

Can’t forget the kiddo!

As I alluded to before, it’s super easy to find something on Netflix that the kids will love.  Our daughter is hooked on Wild Kratts.  She tells me things about animals that I’ve never heard before, and I had public school science courses.  She also loves Phineas and Ferb (as do I) and tends to pick a movie almost weekly that she watched over and over again.  Right now we’re in a Shrek 2 loop.  Not bad.

What Netflix shows can you not live without?

This post is part of the Netflix StreamTeam campaign.

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