DeBlogs > Logan Paluch > netflix-recommendations
Logan Paluch / 2/5/2019 / Posted in: Miscellaneous; Student Life / Twitter / Facebook /
1,500 hours of original series and movies released by Netflix, getting lost
between the good and bad can be time consuming. I have been able to pinpoint
two series that appeal to me — an accounting and finance major who enjoys cooking.
The Final Table
series is a culinary competition that takes twelve chefs and tests them on an
iconic dish from countries like Mexico, USA, and Japan. With a judging panel of
celebrities and food critics from the country being represented that episode,
the series is fast-paced and continually catching your attention. I have
watched seasons of Chopped my senior
year and was yearning for something new. I always enjoy the types of shows for
learning new dishes and picking up tips and tricks for cooking along the way.
The show mainly focuses on the cooking without the curtain of drama that gets
in the way within some shows.
docuseries explores fraud and corruption at the corporate level in
multinational companies. Right off the bat, the show will reminisce American Greed detailing motives behind
illegal actions and how they did it. As a business student, I am captivated by
this show especially in the sense that I can witness firsthand the material and
jargon I learn in the classroom being displayed on a Netflix series. With
episodes ranging from Volkswagen, to Mexican Cartels using American banks, to
even maple syrup, it amazes me how most of these huge scandals went unnoticed
by me before I developed my accounting and finance background, despite being
within the last decade.
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