Definitely “The Tinder Swindler.” I never thought I would understand how someone takes out a $50,000 loan and sends it to an almost-stranger, but somehow I now do.
Trent Lukase, Haddon Twp.

If you like creepy, spooky shows I strongly recommend “Servant” on Apple TV (which is filmed in Philadelphia).
Jane Wells, Cherry Hill

This may be controversial because I know some people hate this revival, but I can’t get enough of “And Just Like That…” the “Sex and the City” re-boot. I feel like I’m seeing old friends.
Meredith Blanke, Hainesport

“Succession.” I love the zen of Logan Roy.
Tommy Berger, Glassboro

Our whole family is hooked on “Star Trek: Prodigy” on Paramount+. It’s great for long-time Trekker parents like us, and our kids love the animation and teen characters.
Matt Snyder, Sicklerville

“Cheer” is so much fun to watch. It’s easy to get sucked in to the cheerleaders’ story lines, and there are lots of underdogs you want to win.
Sally Hicks, Bordentown

“Yellowstone” is like “The Sopranos” but with the gorgeous background of Montana.
Mira Aumiller, Voorhees

I’m so glad “Ozark” finally returned to Netflix.
James Reed, Mantua

I was addicted to “Call My Agent!” about a Paris talent agency. I loved how real actors and actresses, mostly French, appear as themselves.
Seth Klukoff, Cherry Hill

I wasn’t going to watch “Pam & Tommy,” the story of Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee. But it turns out everything I thought I knew was wrong, and Pamela’s life was ruined because of a bunch of guys.
Rebecca Weiss, Tabernacle

As much as I don’t want to say this – “Love is Blind.” Yes, it’s a reality show where people get engaged without seeing each other, but give it a chance.
Rini Shoren, Marlton

“The Witcher” is such a great fantasy series – more “Lord of the Rings” than “Game of Thrones” without taking itself too seriously.
Robbie Barrett, Cinnaminson

“Emily in Paris” is my guilty-pleasure binge. Some things are so cringe – like Emily’s pattern-clashing clothes and her inability to speak the language. But that’s what makes it so fun.
Jeremy Cook, Glassboro

“Yellowjackets” is an intense coming-of-age survival drama and I’m hooked. The story is “Lord of the Flies” meets “Lost.” It totally nails New Jersey suburban culture in the ’90s.
Claire Barnes, Mt. Laurel

April 2022
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