Although musicals definitely aren't for everyone, those who enjoy the genre usually tend to be superfans. Over the years, shows like GleeHigh School Musical: The Series, and The Get Down have caught music-lovers attention, and now, Soundtrack on Netflix Canada just might do the same thing.

Netflix released the trailer for Soundtrack earlier this month. The show is described as a "romantic musical drama" that takes place in modern-day Los Angeles.

Much like This Is UsSoundtrack follows the trials and tribulations of various people's lives as they succeed, fail, and of course, fall in and out of love. Ultimately, the characters all end up connected in one way or another.

The star-studded show has been cast with huge names like Madeleine Stowe (Revenge), Jenna Dewan (Step Up), Paul James (Greek), Megan Ferguson (The Fundamentals of Caring), and Christina Milian (Falling Inn Love), just to name a few.

The series' pilot was originally produced for Fox, and after the network passed on the show, it was shopped around for a bit before it landed in the hands of Netflix, who ordered a full season of Soundtrack.

The show just hit the streaming service this morning, but viewers already can't get enough of the dramatic plotlines.

"I'll admit: I didn't know what I was expecting heading into #SoundtrackNetflix, but it blew my expectations out of the water. Paul James is an incredible lead. Jahmil French is hands down the breakout star and my favorite part of the entire season. Bravo, @Anthologist," one very impressed user tweeted.

"Soundtrack on Netflix just became my new favorite show," another commented.

The captivating musical series currently has 10 episodes available for streaming on Netflix, but when you make it through those be sure to check out Virgin River, another new project from the platform.

You can watch the trailer for Soundtrack below before you spend your weekend catching up on your binge-watching.


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