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Looking to Netflix and chill this week? Business Insider has a list of the most popular original TV shows available on Netflix and other streaming services this week. Their list of nine top shows includes: 1. "When They See Us" (Netflix): 5 young Harlem teens are trapped in a nightmare when they are falsely accused by police of a brutal rape in Central Park. 2. "Stranger Things" (Netflix).

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