Favorite Netflix Shows – Dad’s Edition

It’s no secret that we are fans of Netflix in our house. In past posts I’ve talked about shows that I enjoy and that the kid’s like. But I realize that I’ve neglected to ever mention the hubby’s favorites.  

So since tomorrow is Father’s Day, I thought I would dedicate this month’s Stream Team post to his 5 Favourite Netflix Shows – Dad’s Edition

1. Dexter – Dexter is a blood splatter expert who solve murders. What people don’t know is that he is a serial killer as well. I guess it takes one to know one.

2. Brooklyn Nine-Nine – I have yet to watch this one, but the hubby is really enjoying this comedy series about a police department in Brooklyn. 


3. House of Cards – Of course most people are familiar with this series, of the ruthless Underwoods who will do whatever they need to get what they want. 

4. Homeland – We have both finally caught on this series. It’s one we both enjoyed with lots of twists and intrigue. If you haven’t seen in, it’s about a marine who returns home after eight years in captivity.

5. Walking Dead – This is totally not my cup of tea, but my hubby loves the series of life after a zombie apocalypse.

What are some favourite shows of the Dad’s and Grandpa’s in your life that are different than yours and that do you like watching tougher?

I am a member of the the Netflix Stream Team and have been given a Netflix membership to help facilitate my posts. As always, all the opinions in this post are 100% my own.  


6 thoughts on “Favorite Netflix Shows – Dad’s Edition

  1. My Dad died in 1986 so his shows are long gone. But he loved what might be called classic TV today (and I think most of these shows were available in Canada, too, so here goes): Bonanza, Ed Sullivan, Perry Mason, Lassie. A way different list from a modern TV list! But I have to believe he would have enjoyed streaming services like Netflix and Amazon. He enjoyed good police dramas and stories that taught history.

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