What’s In My Netflix Queue?

Similar to one’s ‘Most Played Songs’, a Netflix queue is a direct reflection of its owner. It can say more about your personality than you might think!

Now, my Netflix queue is very sacred to me, it’s weird, random, and you’d think it belonged to a middle-aged cat lady; just the way I like it. 😉 I am constantly updating and adding titles as I discover them. It’s a mix of forever favorites, classics that are a sin not to know, and recommendations I have yet to watch. Rather than explaining why certain titles are mixed together, just watch them yourself. You’ll enjoy some bomb cinema while learning first hand about yours truly.

Below are pictures and short descriptions of the movies and TV shows that make up ‘My List’.


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MISS FISHER’S MURDER MYSTERIES: Get ready to immerse yourself in the opulent, exciting and sometimes dangerous world of Australia’s leading lady, Det. Phyrne Fisher.

THE VAMPIRE DIARIES:  Trapped in adolescent bodies, feuding vampire brothers Stefan and Damon vie for the affection of captivating teenager Elena, who attempts to unravel the many dark secrets of her hometown of Mystic Falls.


THE GREAT BRITISH BAKING SHOW: A talented batch of amateur bakers face off in a 10-week competition, whipping up their best dishes in the hopes of being names the U.K.’s best.

PARKS AND RECREATION: This droll comedy focuses on Leslie Knope, a public employee with the Parks and Recreation department in rural Pawnee, Ind. Although Leslie is full of energy and good ideas for community improvements, she finds herself bogged down by bureaucracy.

HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER: Ted’s epic search for his soul mate is told largely through flashbacks, as an adult Ted recounts to his kids how he met their mother.

REIGN: This vivid historical drama series tells of the rise to power or Mary, Queen of Scots, amid a court full of sexual and political intrigue.

FRIENDS: This hit sitcom follows the merry misadventure of six 20-something pals as they navigate the pitfalls of work, life and love in 1990s Manhattan.

A SERIES OF UNFORTUNATE EVENTS: The extraordinary Baudelaire orphans face trials, tribulations and the evil Count Olaf in their fateful quest to unlock long-help family secrets.


THE LITTLE PRINCE: When an over scheduled girl befriends an eccentric aviator, he regales her with tales about the adventures of an unusual boy who lives in an asteroid.


THE CROWN: This drama follows the political rivalries and romance of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign and the events that shaped the second half of the 20th century.

10 THINGS I HATE ABOUT YOU: After learning that Bianca can’t date until her man-hating sister Kat finds a beau, Bianca’s would-be boyfriend pays a moody (and dreamy) school rebel to woo her.

NEWS PICTURE-ENG_1THE TUDORS: All the splendor and scandal of England’s 16th-century royal court comes to life in this series that follows notorious Tudor monarch Henry VIII.


THE IMITATION GAME: During WWII, a gay mathematician leads a team of cryptanalysis as they work feverishly to break the German’s notorious Enigma code.

ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK: A privileged New Yorker ends up in a women’s prison when a past crime catches up to her in this Emmy-winning series from the creator of “Weeds”.


THE IT CROWD: Aided by a tech-illiterate manager, a pair of basement-dwelling dweebs makes the most of life in IT at a corporation run by a cloddish new owner.

AMERICAN HORROR STORY: This twisted Emmy-winning drama plays upon the power of supernatural fears and everyday horrors, exploring humankind’s unsettling capacity for evil.

GREAT EXPECTATIONS: Fate– with a little help from a mysterious unnamed benefactor– whisks young orphan Pip from poverty to a life of unexpected wealth.

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes + COVER

GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES: A blonde showgirl is unknowingly tracked by an investigator hired by her fiancé’s father. But the detective only has eyes for her brunette friend. (CLASSIC)

THE LITTLE RASCALS (1994): Inspired by Hal Roach’s “Our Gang” TV series, this delightful family film promises shenanigans from the funniest little mischief makers of all time.

GOOD WILL HUNTING: When professors discover that an aimless janitor is also a math genius, a therapist helps the young man confront the demons that are holding him back.

THE BIG SHORT: A group of wily opportunists make a fortune off the U.S. economic crash by sniffing out the situation in advance and betting against the banks.

CORPSE BRIDE: Just as he’s about to be married, Victor is sucked into the underworld by a Corpse Bride who desires him for herself in this Tim Burton tale.

DIANA: In the two years before her death, Princess Diana embarks on a vital campaign to ban landmines and on a passionate love affair with Dr. Hasnat Khan.

REMEMBRANCE: A married woman faces an emotional crisis when she learns that the former lover who rescued her from a concentration camp 30 years earlier is alive.


THE TWILIGHT ZONE: Hosted by creator Rob Sterling, this ground breaking anthology series presents tales of the supernatural that are often tinged with social commentary. (The original American Horror Story)

AMADEUS: A mediocre composer plots devious revenge when his churlish young rival, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, wins immortality with his musical genius.

TO CATCH A THIEF: Suspected in a new series of heists in the hotels of the French Riviera, a reformed jewel thief sets out to clear himself– and catch the real thief. (CLASSIC)

CLEOPATRA: This Oscar-winning epic saga of love, greed and betrayal portrays the ambitious Egyptian queen Cleopatra, who seduces the Roman emperor Caesar. (CLASSIC)

Hello Dolly

HELLO, DOLLY!: Composer Jerry Herman’s Tony-winning musical lands on the big screen in an outsize production featuring Barbara Streisand as matchmaker Dolly Levi. (CLASSIC)


DISNEY SHORT FILMS COLLECTION: The collection of 12 short films from Disney includes “Frozen Fever,” the Mickey Mouse short “Get a Horse!” and Oscar winners “Paperman” and “Feast.”

FINDING DORY: A sudden flash of memory drives Nemo’s forgetful friend to seek out her lost past and reunite with loved ones, with the help of buddies old and new.

GRACE OF MONACO: While weighing an offer to resume her career in Hollywood, Grace Kelly– now the Princess of Monaco — helps her country in a dispute with France.

ATONEMENT: Young Briony fingers a young man for a crime after she discovers a lustful letter and witnesses a sexual encounter between him and her sister.


PEAKY BLINDERS: A notorious gang in 1919 Birmingham, England, is led by the fierce Tommy Shelby, a crime boss set on moving up in the world no matter the cost.

THE ROYALS: This documentary examines Britain’s royal family phenomenon, showcasing its role in English life through interviews with those in the know.


COLONIA: When her boyfriend is caught up in a Chilean coup, a young woman tries to free him from a prison camp posing as a commune by joining it voluntary.


THE OFFICE (UK): Set at a dysfunctional paper company, this caustic British mockumentary follows the day-to-day troubles of the firm’s uninspired desk jockeys.

THE OFFICE (US): This hit comedy series chronicles the daily foibles of office workers at the Dunder Mifflin paper company, where deluded boss Michael Scott attempts to shepherd his employees as a documentary film crew captures every wince-worthy moment.


ACROSS THE UNIVERSE: In this musical mix of live action and animation featuring songs by the Beatles, Liverpool dock worker Jude falls for Lucy on an excursion to America in the 1960s. But when Lucy’s brother is drafted, Jude and Lucy take a stand as anti-war activists.

ALI WONG: BABY COBRA: Ali Wong’s stand up special delves into her sexual adventures, hoarding, the rocky road to pregnancy, and why feminism is terrible.

THE TIME IN BETWEEN: With Spain on the brink of civil war, a Madrid dressmaker follows a lover to Morocco, loses a fortune, and ends up a spy for the Allies.

GALAVANT: In a time of legend, Galavant the knight embarks on a quest to save his fair lady and become a hero in this tongue-in-cheek musical.


THE PRINCESS BRIDE: This cult classic comedy-romance a peasant farmhand as he battles bumbling outlaws and an evil prince to win the hand of his one true love. (CLASSIC)

V FOR VENDETTA: A masked freedom fighter known as “V” takes up arms against a totalitarian government and finds an unlikely ally in a young woman.

VELVET: In 1950s Spain, the heir to a fashion house romances a beautiful seamstress who works for the company, despite the objections of his family. (This is in Spanish)

SKINS: This incisive series centers on the tense lives of a group of teenagers as friends and wannabe lovers whether their final two years of school.

SHAMELESS: This dramedy based on a British series centers on siblings in a dysfunctional Chicago family who struggle while coping with their alcoholic father.

THE OTHER WOMAN: Emilia wins the heart of the handsome object of her affection, only to find that the relationship comes with some very real baggage.


VERY BRITISH PROBLEMS: Comedians and other celebrities offer sardonic observations of Britain’s peculiar, self-deprecating and often preposterous social customs. (I have never laughed so hard from a TV show in my life, if you know or are close with Brits, you will relate to this TV show.)

CHEF’S TABLE: In this Emmy-nominated docuseries, find out what’s inside the kitchens and minds of the international culinary stars who are redefining gourmet food.

SHAKESPEARE: THE LEGACY: This film explores the era, life and work of William Shakespeare, including his famous lost years and the ways in which his legacy endures today.






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