We all know the madness that is Black Friday. Long lineups, big crowds, packed parking lots, and crazy deals of course! Known as one of the busiest shopping days of the year in both Canada and the United States, when Black Friday hits, almost every shopping mall and outlet store across the country quickly turns into a frenzy of shoppers searching for the best deal. Instead, you may want to stay home, skip the mall, and resort to Netflix instead. Here's what to watch on Netflix Canada if you're avoiding all the Black Friday craziness. 

Merry Happy Whatever Season 1

Get in the holiday spirit this weekend with Merry Happy Whatever which just released on Netflix today.

Starring Dennis Quaid, Bridgit Mendler and Ashley Tisdale, the series follows the Quinn family over the holidays. When his daughter brings her boyfriend home for Christmas, this headstrong Dad is putting him to the ultimate test.

The Irishman

Directed by Martin Scorsese and starring none other than Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Joe Pesci, The Irishman is a new Netflix release that is a must-watch.

The film is based on a true story about a hitman, played by De Niro, reminiscing on the past and his involvement with the Bufalino crime family.

The Movies That Made Us Season 1

If you liked The Toys That Made Us then get excited because Netflix's newest series The Movies That Made Us has finally arrived!

Covering the classic movies Home Alone, Ghostbusters, Die Hard and Dirty Dancing, this new series takes you behind the scenes with all the people who made these blockbuster hits possible.

Holiday Rush

Starring Romany Malco and Sonequa Martin-Green, Holiday Rush is a new festive flick to check out on Netflix. In this Netflix Original film, one family learns the true value of Christmas after a widower loses his job over the holiday season.

Mythomaniac Season 1 

If you're looking for something a little bit different, then be sure to stream season one of Mythomaniac on Netflix this weekend. When one working mom is pushed to her edge, she decides to make up a fake cancer diagnosis to win back the attention of her husband and family.

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