Hands up if the min you’re logged into Netflix you’re overwhelmed with choice? We feel ya. So next time you’re stuck on what to stick on – here’s the box sets to get on your watch list.
The Wrong Mans
A case of mistaken identity leads to two bumbling council employees unwittingly becoming involved in a world of corruption and crime. This comedy thriller is full of incredibly sharp wit and sarcasm, it’ll have you clutching the edge of your seat in anticipation one minute and chuckling away the next.
Plebs follows three desperate guys whose main focus is getting laid – with little success -and having a good time, it’s essentially very similar to The Inbetweeners except it’s set in Ancient Rome. A cracking combination of funny and filthy this is an entertaining feel good watch which is perfect for binging on a hungover Sunday afternoon.
How To Get Away With Murder
In this American drama series the amazingly talented and Oscar award winning Viola Davis stars as law professor Annalise Keating who teaches a class called How to Get Away With Murder. Things take an unexpected turn however when Professor Keating’s students become embroiled in a real life murder, and subsequent cover up plot, which changes their lives forever.
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
After spending 15 years held captive in an underground bunker as a part of a religious cult, Kimmy Schmidt is freed and heads to New York to start a new life. Despite her unusual past Kimmy’s incredibly optimistic about things, the problem is bunker life hasn’t prepared her for the modern world. Her attempts to fit in and her childlike confusion and excitement for the simple things make this a go-to show for when you want something uplifting to watch. Written by Tina Fey, this quirky sitcom is by far one of the best comedies on Netflix.
This 90s sitcom is exactly what its name suggests, absolutely fabulous. Each episode is hilariously funny as lead characters and bffs Patsy and Edina grow ever more outlandish and outrageous as the series’ goes on. In a quest to stay ‘hip’ no fad is too ridiculous and there’s never a thing as too much champagne – or frankly too much anything – for this pair.