With over 117 million subscribers worldwide, Netflix has keen insights into what just about any kind of person is binge-watching on a regular basis. We obviously don't know what all of those folks are spending their time with, but CinemaBlend recently spoke with a bevy of Netflix stars from a variety of different shows, and we learned what they've all been obsessively binge-watching in recent weeks and months. From Neil Patrick Harris to Drew Barrymore to the Queer Eye cast, everybody has been hooked on something, so check it out!
For a recent press event promoting Netflix's biggest current and near-future releases, CinemaBlend's own Corey Chichizola spoke with the stars of the new sci-fi mystery Altered Carbon, the beloved sitcom One Day at a Time, the hilarious horror comedy Santa Clarita Diet and more. One thing immediately became clear: Netflix's stars love Netflix shows, and not just all the same ones either.
Sure, we hear Stranger Things Season 2 get mentioned by Altered Carbon's Renee Elise Goldsberry and Martha Higareda, and the international smash The Crown also got name-checked by Drew Barrymore and Seven Seconds' Clare-Hope Ashitey. But aside from those arguably predictable answers, all these actors ran the gamut with what they're watching, and it offers up a nice microcosm of how the world at large is interested in such a wide variety of different programming.
Currently gearing up for a second season as Unfortunate Events' Count Olaf, Neil Patrick Harris is loving on Black Mirror, which he thinks is the perfect example of a modern anthology series. Altered Carbon's Joel Kinnaman and co-star Martha Higareda both fancied the dark western Godless. One Day at a Time's Justina Machado is a giant Helen McCrory fan, and she's been busy with the British crime drama Peaky Blinders, while her co-star Isabella Gomez recently knocked out the comic adaptation The End of the F***ing World. Meanwhile, world-renowned chef and star of the upcoming docu-series Ugly Delicious David Chang is catching up with Narcos, while his wife chooses to go old school. Everybody likes a little something different.
Also, it kind of makes all the sense in the world that Timothy Olyphant is basically only interested in watching David Letterman's new interview show and documentaries. I don't know why it makes sense. It just does.
We imagine that whoever we end up asking this to down the road, they'll be saying that they've been binge-watching Altered Carbon, Seven Seconds and A Series of Unfortunate Events Season 2. And the cycle can begin anew.
You can currently catch Season 2 of One Day at a Time and Season 1 of Altered Carbon on Netflix right now, and you can hit up our 2018 premiere schedule to see when all the streaming giant's future programming will be here. Head over to our midseason premiere schedule to check out the rest of TV's upcoming primetime selections.