24 New Netflix Additions That Were Made for You

Take our quiz to find out what you need to watch this month.

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A. Break down crying and post one final, teary goodbye on Snapchat

B. Pull up a Louis C.K. set

C. Swipe through your dating app of choice

D. Breathe a sigh of relief and return to your bookshelf

E. Quickly digest breaking news on CNN.com

F. Open Tumblr and type an impassioned rant about the innate unfairness of life G. Look over your shoulder, knowing something else is awry

A. House of Cards

B. Master of None

C. Amélie

D. James and the Giant Peach

E. The Wolfpack

F. Almost Famous

G. Rosemary's Baby

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A. "Can't stand me? Then sit down." — anonymous

B. "The world is a tragedy to those who feel, but a comedy to those who think." Horace Walpole

C. "Never let go." Jack Dawson, Titanic

D. "You have to look back to move forward." — anonymous

E. "The pursuit of truth will set you free; even if you never catch up with it." — Clarence Darrow

F. "We accept the love we think we deserve." — Stephen Chbosky

G. "AAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHH!" — anonymous

Tally up your responses. Now, the moment of truth:

If you picked mostly As:

TFW the crown becomes the least interesting thing in the room.

You love a good drama. Luckily for you, Netflix just created two awesome series: The Crown and Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life. The first follows the story of Queen Elizabeth II as she takes the crown and navigates life and politics as the new Queen of England. The latter picks up where the beloved '00s show left off. If you haven't seen it, watch the first seven seasons on Netflix first.

If you picked mostly Bs:

Some advice: Don't bring a CIA agent's memoirs to the gym, especially when Brad Pitt and Frances McDormand work there.

You love to laugh. Check out Colin Quinn: The New York Story and Michael Che Matters, dropping the 18th and 25th, and then watch the Coen brothers' Burn After Reading.

If you picked mostly Cs:

You love a good meet cute. Be sure to watch The Heartbreak Kid, Just Friends, and Alfie—three rom-coms that will make you gasp, laugh, and possibly even shed a tear.

If you picked mostly Ds:

*Cue theme song*
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You love a good trip down memory lane. Reminisce about your younger days while watching Jetsons: The Movie and The Jungle Book. And be sure to look back at '60s rock with The Doors, the 1991 film that immortalizes the American band.

If you picked mostly Es:

Introducing: The man that will make you forget about Steven Avery.

You like to keep it real—no matter how serious it gets. Make sure to add The Confessions of Thomas Quick, The Ivory Game, Sour Grapes, Under the Sun, and Pervert Park to your queue. It's a well-rounded list of some of the most compelling documentaries out there.

If you picked mostly Fs:

Is it even a coming of age film if it's *not* actually filmed over 12 years?

You're either experiencing your own coming of age or just love a good Bildungsroman. French export Divines, Oscar winner Boyhood, and the dramedy I Dream Too Much are good starters for the month.

If you picked mostly Gs:

Must love dogs, except maybe this one.

You love a good fright. Thankfully, so does Netflix. They're adding Stephen King's Thinner, Tales from the Darkside: The Movie, and Cujo this month.

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