Stephen King Is Telling All His Fans To Watch Ratched On Netflix

Stephen King took to Twitter to tell all his fans to go to Netflix and watch their new show Ratched, and I second his recommendation.

Netflix has been doing pretty well during this COVID-19 pandemic.

Not only have people mostly been stuck inside and opted to watch countless movies and TV shows on Netflix, the streaming giants have also been releasing loads of new shows and films to keep people entertained.

Ever since lockdown was announced in the US, Italy, the UK and France (just to name a few places where lockdowns were instigated), Netflix has released the likes of Extraction, Tiger King, Lucifer Season 5 Part B, The Umbrella Academy Season 2, The Old Guard, The Devil All The Time, that Eurovision movie…

The list is literally endless. They’ve really pulled it out of the bag, or were just lucky that they happened to have all this content scheduled and ready for release during this difficult period.

One of the best shows they’ve released has easily been Ratched, which comes from Glee and American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy and stars Sarah Paulson as Nurse Ratched.

You might know the character from the movie One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest, and this is a prequel to that film.

One of the people who’s really been enjoying Ratched is Stephen King who took to Twitter to tell his followers how much he likes the show.

Stephen King is really enjoying Netflix’s Ratched

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So, it sounds like Stephen King has pretty good taste because Ratched is one of the best shows to come out this year.

I’ve really been enjoying it and I think you should all listen to his recommendation.

Sarah Paulson is perfect as Nurse Ratched, a role which was originally played by Louise Fletcher in the film.

What do you make of Stephen King’s recommendation?

Have you watched Ratched on Netflix yet? If so, what did you make of the series?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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