Covid-19 and lockdown restrictions has proved testing for many of us and therefore lead us into being lazy and sat down with nothing to do. Netflix has been a saviour for a lot of us throughout bored times and if you feel you squeezed as much out of Netflix then look no further as we have put together our best series on Netflix.
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When it comes to our favourite series on Netflix, we can’t help but put Stranger Things into contention – the quirkly 80’s throwback gives you a great feel good vibe in where the show lives in the past, but it certainly isn’t stuck there. It discovers teenage friendship and love alongside a beautifully crafted plot in which you can’t help becoming attached to the characters. A must watch.
Another series we have been hooked on since it’s release in 2012 is Line of Duty. Originally a BBC series, but has since been put onto Netflix due to its increased popularity across 5 seasons. A police series about an Anti-Corruption unit looking to catch bent coppers; a gripping series in which has so many twists and turns you are always uncertain on what is coming next. A series of once you start watching you cannot stop due to its intensity and high drama plots. Season 6 is imminent.[Image: Radio Times]
The final series that I would recommend watching if you haven’t is Prison Break, one of the GOAT series ever, most likely one of the most views series globally, and a must see if you haven’t already. Main character Michael Scofield deliberately commits a crime to get himself put into Jail, into the same Jail as his brother in which he promises to break his brother out because he’s adamant he didn’t commit one crime. Another series, similar to Stranger Things, in which you can’t help getting attached to the characters. Special props go to Robert Knepper who plays villain Theodore ‘T-Bag’ Bagwell, an unbelievable performance throughout.