Let Mama stay in bed and indulge on these great picks!
This Sunday is Mother’s Day. If you’ve forgotten, it’s not too late for a last minute gift. Can’t forget about Mama! Our superhero! But if your mother’s idea of a dreamy Mother’s Day is being served breakfast in bed and being allowed to lollygag, well why not snuggle up next to her and go on a Netflix binge? We’ve paired up with the streaming service once more to provide you the perfect list of shows and movies to enjoy with Mom.
Two best friends take on an adventure of a lifetime in the Canary Islands after mistakenly receiving a large amount of money from life insurance. Let the retirement party begin!
This Netflix original series is a perfectly mastered reboot of the 70s sitcom we all know and love. In the updated version, Penelope and her Cuban-American family navigate the roller coaster of life. This is the perfect light-hearted, family centered comedy that looks at how loved ones make life worthwhile.
An oldie but a goodie, but really who gets tired of this adaptation of the Louisa May Alcott classic? Four sisters and their mother battle life’s vicissitudes in Civil War-era America after their father leaves. A classic, holiday tale starring favorites Winona Ryder and Kirsten Dunst.
Netflix answered our prayers and brought Lorelai and Rory back to us. See what the dynamic mother daughter duo are up to now in Stars Hollow.
Two teenage girls' lives are turned upside down when they find out they were switched at birth, leaving them to question their relationship with the people they each considered blood family.
American teen, Zoe, spends a summer in her grandparents home in England, alongside her mother and sister. Conflict ensues when Zoe insists on riding a mystical horse she meets and her mother adamantly opposes.
If you haven’t caught this heartwarming juggernaut of emotions on PBS, catch up on Netflix. The series chronicles the lives of the nuns, nurses, and midwives of Nonnatus House and the friendships forged between them as they care for the families of their East London neighborhood in the 1950s and 60s.
A high-strung, big city lawyer takes her two teenagers to her hippie mother's farmhouse upstate for a family vacation, where each generation has to cope with the differences of the next.