During lockdown, Netflix has most definitely been our main go-to when looking for ways to keep ourselves entertainment!
We have LOVED discovering new and fun programmes to watch, and here are just a few of the shows we have been binge-watching over the past few months…
Evidence found on the body of a homicide victim sparks hope in a prosecutor that his sister who disappeared 25 years earlier could still be alive.
The drama is based on the novel by Harlan Cobe. He has other Netflix series based on his novels which have come out earlier this year; The Five, Safe, The Stranger.
13 Reasons Why
As the high school mourns the death of Hannah Baker, her friend Clay receives a box of tapes with messages she recorded before she committed suicide.
Since final season, season 4 has been released the controversial high school programme has always touched on upsetting and important topics for teenagers and families. Although this is a teen show it is recommended that this series is watched with parental guidance if you feel this will upset you.
Zoe Walker leaves her quiet life behind to investigate her brother’s disappearance in Ibiza where she quickly heads down a decadent and dangerous path.
The murder mystery series was created by Alex Pina has left fans wondering whether it is based on a true story. The series is spoken in both Spanish and English but is predominately spoken in English. White Lines has been compared to Ozark and Narcos because of similar events in the series.
Eight thieves take hostages and lock themselves in the Royal Mint of Spain as a criminal mastermind manipulates the police to carry out his plan.
This show is also created by Alex Pina and Season 4 has proven that it is the most addictive show on Netflix as the story line makes the viewer left curious and excited after each episode. The big break between seasons left viewers gagging for a Season 4 to carry on this bold storyline.
Friday Night Dinner
Adam and Jonny Goodman, two siblings belonging to an eccentric family, join their parents for a peaceful dinner every Friday night. However, despite great care, things always turn in chaotic.
The show has 6 Seasons and was first aired on Channel 4 in 2011 with the final season released earlier in the year. This has left fans binge watching the entire comedy series over lockdown.