Netflix classics to binge-watch
Small town thriller and homage to the 1980s, Stranger Things, was a smash hit right from the first season. Watch it if you've not already done so – or look out for it when the next season is released soon.
Claire Foy plays Queen Elisabeth II in this historic drama about the British royal family. Based on true events, it’s about the first years of her reign.
House of Cards
Political intrigue at its most thrilling. Follow husband and wife Frank and Claire Underwood and their climb to power in a corrupt Washington DC. There are six seasons in total – so there’s plenty of opportunities for binge-watching.
A spin-off from the TV series Narcos, about the narcotics police hunt for Colombian cocaine king, Pablo Escobar. The action has now moved to Mexico instead – and the target this time is Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo, who controlled the drugs trade between Mexico and the US in the 80s.
Six dysfunctional adopted siblings with superpowers are reunited. Their rich adoptive father, who raised them to save the world, has just passed away.
British drama-comedy about Otis, whose mother is a sex therapist. He grows up with more (and involuntary) knowledge about the subject than his contemporary schoolmates have. Together with rebellious Maeve, he opens a sex clinic at school.
Mads Mikkelsen plays the world’s foremost assassin who’s decided to retire. However his former boss thinks he’s a liability – and sends a whole gang of ruthless killers to silence him.
Netflix’s biggest hit to date. A mysterious power is exterminating the population of the world. If you see it, you die. Blindfolded main character Malorie, played by Sandra Bullock, attempts to survive along with her children.
Published: April 5, 2019
Last edited: April 5, 2019