Wilfred is doggone amazing

The only thing I knew about Wilfred before watching it was that it revolved around a man who saw and heard his neighbour’s dog as an Australian guy in a fluffy grey dog costume.

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That’s enough to draw you in, right?

It worked on me! After the first episode, I binge-watched all four seasons. Like, eat-nothing-but-poptarts-and-get-not-even-a-wink-of-sleep committed.

First of all, let me preface this by saying that if you’re searching for a clear-cut and predictable comedy, you’re barking up the wrong tree.

Premiering in the U.S. in 2011, the American television comedy follows a man named Ryan Newman (Elijah Wood) and his next door neighbour’s kooky canine Wilfred, who moves the plot along by constantly wreaking havoc on Ryan’s otherwise mediocre life.

Unfortunately, Wilfred is only available on the U.S. Netflix.

I double dog dare you to watch it. Seriously, I’ll watch it again.

9.5/10 – should be on your bucket list of shows to watch before you die. It’s that good.


About ashleysnetpicks

Hello, my name is Ashley. I completed my undergrad at McMaster University in Communications, and am now working towards a public relations certificate. I’ve also had the chance to work with some really great organizations in the field, including the Canada Border Services Agency, Bayer Inc. and the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology. On a more personal level, I enjoy playing sports, reading and spending time with friends. I also have a “minor” Netflix addiction that I’ve decided to make use of through the majesty of blogging. Enjoy!
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