This Year's Most Binge-Worthy Netflix Originals

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If your favorite shows—like "You" and "Dead to Me"—ended on some serious cliffhangers last year, don't worry. Here's a comprehensive list of everything new and returning to Netflix in 2021. You won't be leaving your sofa for another couple of weeks.

Anatomy of a Scandal

The creator of "Big Little Lies" is creating an anthology series that details various high-profile public scandals. The first season will dive into sexual consent scandals and star Michelle Dockery, Rupert Friend, and Sienna Miller. If it's from the mind of David E. Kelley, you know it'll be twisty.

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A Novel Adaptation

The Netflix series is based on the novel of the same name by Sarah Vaughan. It will be directed by S.J. Clarkson, who worked on "Succession" and "Jessica Jones." The book follows a Westminster politician whose marriage falls apart after he's accused of assault. 

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The More You Know

  • The Guinness brewery supported all of it's employees who chose to fight in WW1. They were paid half of their wages while away, and their jobs were guaranteed upon their return. The brewery also sent them care packages containing chocolate and condensed milk.
  • The television was invented only two years after the invention of sliced bread.
  • The horse on the Wyoming license plate is named Steamboat.
  • The Nobel Committee declined to award the Nobel Peace Prize in 1948 because "there was no suitable living candidate." This was meant as tribute to Mahatma Gandhi, who was assassinated earlier that year without receiving the Prize.
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