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Selma Blair Binge Watched Dead to Me And So Should You!

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The popular actress Selma Blair might be worried about her well being. But she’s powering through and Netflix is definitely helping her with that.

Despite Blair claiming that she feels really sick with her MS treatment, she binge watched Dead to Me. The Netflix series featuring Linda Cardellini and Christina Applegate is fairly popular. In fact, Blair herself particularly enjoyed the show like all of us out here!

Selma Blair Appreciates Netflix ‘Dead to Me’ After Binge Watching

Selma Blair took to Instagram to share a picture of Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini from Dead to Me. Alongside the photograph, she added in the caption how she had been binge watching this Netflix show. Apparently, it made her cry and laugh but she still loved it completely. In fact, she claimed that she was actually grateful to Netflix for Dead to Me. As for all these characters in the series, she simply could not get enough of them.

But the show may have done more for her than we can imagine. Naturally, life has not been easy for the actress as she fights the battle with multiple sclerosis. Recently, she even admitted how she feels like she may never be okay now. But Selma is still struggling with the treatment. Amidst all the pain, this Netflix series might be a suitable companion to her. She added a hashtag in her Instagram post claiming that misery had found company.

Selma Blair is an American actress. She played a number of small roles in films and on television before obtaining recognition for her leading role in the film Brown’s Requiem.

Dead to Me is a Netflix series that revolves around a powerful friendship that blossoms between a tightly wound widow and a free spirited cheerful woman with a shocking secret.

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