What’s New In Television On Netflix This Week: The Last Good Season Of FX’s Flagship Drama

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10.24.14 10 Comments
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If you’ve already watched the Best 25 Best Shows on Netflix, powered through the Next 25 Best TV Shows on Netflix, and got caught up on this week’s best new movies on Netflix, we now have even more Netflix options for you. Here’s all the recently released seasons of television on Netflix, plus upcoming expirations and Netflix TV news.

Pick Of The Week

Sons of Anarchy Season 6 (Oct. 25) — The more I think about it, and the more I see of the final season of Sons of Anarchy, the more I think the series should’ve ended with what was a fairly spectacular season six of the series. It’s actually hard to believe that seasons six and seven came from the same people. Another positive note: Without commercials, some of those 90 minute episodes might actually be closer to 50 minutes.

Expirations — I hope you managed to get through seasons two and three of Blue Mountain State (whatever that is) before it expired a couple of days ago. Otherwise, you’re clear (although, next Saturday — November 1st — will probably see quite a few expirations).

Netflix News — It’d been a big week for original series announcements. Netflix announced a release date for the Kyle Chandler series, Bloodline; the series order of Bill Burr’s F is for Family; and a Canadian series called Between with Nickolodeon’s Jennette McCurdy . The premise of that is actually kind of interesting: A town comes under siege when a disease spreads and begins killing people. However, those under 21 years of age are immune.

The Rest

The Carrie Dairies Season 2 (Oct. 25) — After you’re done with the sixth season of Sons of Anarchy, I think it only makes sense to jump into the Sex and the City prequel for tweens starring AnnaSophia Robb, Austin Butler, and Ellen Wong. Same demographic, right? I heard it’s Tig’s favorite show.

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