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Netflix: You know it. You love it. You have NO IDEA how to find anything on it. To help direct your imminent binges, here are the best movies, TV shows and comedy specials that are now available to stream.



Easily the most pleasant film of the 2013-2014 awards season, we could (and just might) rewatch it a dozen times.


"The One That I Love"

Elisabeth Moss (of Mad Men) and Mark Duplass (of The League) star in this critically acclaimed indie darling. It starts off as a seemingly normal story in which a soon-to-be-separated couple go on one last weekend getaway in an attempt at saving their marriage. Then comes the surreal, trippy twist.



You may never have heard of this one. Not many people have--and that?s a damn shame. Chris Evans (aka Captain America), Tilda Swinton (everyone?s favorite androgynous bird) and Octavia Spencer (of The Help) go toe to toe in this absolutely stunning sci-fi flick that explores classism and climate change.


"Chelsea Peretti: One of the Greats"

Sit back, relax and snort seltzer as you get into a standup special from one of comedy’s buzziest talents. Then do us a favor: Watch Brooklyn Nine-Nine. It’s far more fantastic than you expect.


"Portlandia" Season 4

You don’t need us to tell you how amazingly weird Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein are. You might, however, need a friendly reminder that this is now online. Oh, and that “Prairie Home Companion tailgating” exists.


"It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" Season 9

If you haven?t seen this show--what is wrong with you? Okay, we?re being dramatic, but that?s also the vibe here. It?s improved, inappropriate and borderline insane. Binge through the first nine seasons (don?t worry, they go by quickly) before it returns to FXX for a tenth season on January 15.


"The Princess Diaries 2: The Royal Engagement"

ADMIT IT. You liked--and still like--these movies. Also, Captain Kirk was the dude. Who knew?

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