It’s binge time!
With the lockdown going strong, Netflix has seriously come to our rescue – here’s what’s new on the streaming app this month!
Ragnarok – Season 2
This Nordic story of an awkward teenager who discovers his strange new powers to take on an ancient evil is the coolest new take on a magical journey series, and talks about the stories that MCU takes inspiration from too!
Behind Her Eyes
Based on the bestselling novel of the same name, this limited series is your go-to for all things thriller, excitement and romance. It’s got the Mother of all Plot Twists and we just can’t even. 10/10, would recommend!!
High on the Hog: How African American Cuisine Transformed America
Make sure you’re eating when you watch this, because the visuals are just *chef’s kiss*. An incredible story of food, geography, and customs that blend onto the American landscape – but mostly just divine looking meals!!
Lucifer – Season 5 Part 2
Already Number 1 in Bahrain, the show about Lucifer Morningstar’s adventures continue with some major plot twists and family drama! The trailer takes you through just the tip of the iceberg, so check it out!
Bo Burnham: Inside
Bo Burnham’s magic of comedy comes through with his musical genius – and after a 5 year hiatus, he’s back at it again. The entire special is filmed in his room during the early days of the pandemic, and goes through a take on life in the strange times we live in. Super creative and wickedly funny stuff!
Close Enough – Season 2
Who says animation is for kids? This hilarious show is about being a millennial, struggling with parenting and having flatmates at the same time. And for that added kick of nostalgia, it’s produced by Cartoon Network – so you know it’s going to be a classic.
Who Killed Sara – Season 2
In what seems to be the quickest release of a second season, this chilling thriller follows up on whether Sara was so innocent after all. We’re at the edge of our seats to find out what happens!!
Love Death and Robots – Season 2
The animated classic series is back – with new stories, characters and design styles! It’s been awaited for over a year now so make sure you don’t miss it!
Kim’s Convenience – Season 5
Alright, so this one’s adorable – the entire show is about a Korean man who owns a convenience store in Canada – with themes of family, culture, being a third culture kid, and more family. It’s the perfect heartwarming watch for the weekend!