I'm sure Netflix has been your most used app recently due to the fact we are all stuck in our houses with nothing to do because of Covid-19. So, if you haven't binged enough, grab a snack, sit back down, and see our top 10 Netflix series to binge in 2020.
It’s the weekend, or a sick day, or just a regular Tuesday night, and you need to binge-watch something. You don’t just want it, you need it. Where to begin? Fear not — we’re here to help. Below you’ll find an ever-expanding recommended list of TV shows available on Netflix, curated by us TV-obsessives. The mix covers a myriad of genres, lengths, countries of origins, and much more, but the one thing they have in common is that they are all excellent.
Fair warning: The bottom half of this article contains spoilers for Netflix season 4 The Crown’s Prince Charles and Princess Diana. If you know your British Royals history, then technically it contains no spoilers at all. 😉
There’s never been a better year for some festive cheer, albeit a little early. It’s been crazy these past months and seeing the Christmas ads come on the TV definitely feels off for a lot of us. It all feels a little... odd. So why not start this holiday off with some of the best Christmas movies on Netflix right now?
Brief synopsis: After a woman splits from her estranged husband, he is reported killed in a car accident. Their daughter, who blames the mother not only for the split but also for her father’s death, pulls away from her, becoming reclusive. When a new neighbour helps to bring the daughter out of her shell, the woman lets her daughter go on a camping trip with the neighbour. The daughter disappears.
Holidate probably came out at the perfect time for Netflix. Halloween is upon us and that means a whole slew of holidays are coming up. Being quarantined a lot of us miss being with groups of people let alone being on horrible dates. I'm sure some of us wouldn't mind going on horrible dates at this point in time. This movie talks about the opposite.
Since lockdown, Netflix has become the essential escape for many people. It has become the window into the world we knew before deadly viruses and social bubbles became the modern norm. In many ways, we’ve been allowed to appreciate the simpler hobbies we had in yesteryear, where a simple bike ride could become the adventure of a lifetime.