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Netflix's Iron Fist
If you liked Marvel's Daredevil, Jessica Jones, and/or Luke Cage, then you have probably been waiting for Netflix to release Iron Fist. Iron Fist tells the story of Danny Rand, a boy who disappeared after a plane crash 15 years ago.

The Flash
By day Barry Allen is a CSI mastermind who works for the Central City Police department. By night, he is The Flash.

Emerald City on NBC
Emerald City is NBC's dark take on the book "The Land of Oz" (or the movie, "The Wizard of Oz").

Carnival Eats
Carnival Eats explores various foods found at carnivals, fairs, and festivals across the US and Canada.

Flip or Flop
Flip or Flop is a home improvement show that stars real estate agents Tarek El Moussa and Christina El Moussa.

Atlanta
Atlanta is a refreshing scripted comedy that will have you cracking up from the very first episode.

Westworld
Westworld is a science fiction television series based on the movie Westworld (directed by Jurassic Park’s Michael Crichton). The show is set in a fictional 1970’s western-themed amusement park where humans pay to interact with androids who are unaware that they are not human.

Stranger Things on Netflix
Stranger Things is a science fiction based primetime television program that centers around the disappearance of a little boy (Will Byers). His group of friends, a telekinetic girl, and his mother (Winona Ryder) all search to find the boy who has been declared dead.

Flea Market Flip
Flea Market Flip highlights two teams of two people who compete for a $5000 bonus cash award by finding hidden treasures and up cycling them for a big profit.

Cutthroat Kitchen
There is no doubt that most competition shows require a certain degree of skill to win. This is especially true with cooking contests. But the degree of difficulty increases when the other contestants are actively trying to sabotage you. Enter Cutthroat Kitchen.

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