New to Netflix… January 2018

Friends: Season 1 – 10

1 January

How you doin’? This is not a drill folks, Friends is coming to Netflix. We repeat FRIENDS IS COMING TO NETFLIX. And breathe. The series that everyone loves to watch over and over again – from the very first introduction of the gang to the last hurrah where she got off the plane. If you’ve never watched Friends before then buckle up for a television experience like no other. If you’ve been watching re-runs on Comedy Central for years then sit back relax and enjoy the giggles.

The End of the F***ing World: Season 1

5 January

A dark teen comedy following characters James and Alyssa, a self proclaimed psychopath, as they go on a road trip to avoid adulthood. The show is a slightly twisted adventure of growing up and not wanting anything to change. Another Netflix original series, there is no doubt The End of the F***ing World is going to be up there with the greats.

Grace and Frankie: Season 4

19 January

Grace and Frankie are returning for the fourth series of their show where the pair continue to deal with the fallout of their husbands falling in love with each other. It is heart warming, funny, and sometimes a little odd. The two friends couldn’t be more different, but together they work to get their lives back on track with humour at the centre of their journey. A fun series to watch when life gets a little dramatic.

Despicable Me 2

25 January

Gru and the Minions are heading to Netflix so you better stock up on bananas. The second instalment of this comedy, which is totally acceptable to watch if you’re over the age of 8, sees new family man Gru try and defeat one of the world’s greatest villains. An ex-villain attempting to thwart a current villain, what could go wrong?

Suits: Season 6

30 January

When Meghan Markle isn’t getting engaged to British royalty she’s hardworking paralegal Rachel Zane in the award winning drama, Suits. The sixth season sees Mike Ross start his two-year prison sentence for fraud as Rachel and leading lawyer, Harvey Spector try not to unravel. As the second last series this is sure to be one to binge watch over the weekend.

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