Dash & Lily
This sweet Christmas series follows cynical Dash and optimistic Lily as they trade dares, dreams, and desires in the notebook they pass back and forth across New York City. It sounds like everyone who has watched it has fallen in love with it, so get ready to feel all warm inside!
WATCH: Dash & Lily is a charming new Christmas show to enjoy!
End of the F***ing World
The popular Channel 4 show’s second series has finally landed on Netflix, and the fans are loving it. The series follows from the dramatic events of season one’s cliffhanger, which saw James shot while running from the police as Alyssa looks on. So what happens next? There’s only one way to find out!
This brilliant series is finally out on Netflix
Aunty Donna’s Big Ol’ House of Fun
The synopsis for their popular new comedy reads: “Australian comedy group Aunty Donna invites you into their Big Ol’ House of Fun! In their new Netflix original six-part sketch series, Aunty Donna’s Big Ol’ House of Fun, Mark Samual Bonanno, Broden Kelly, and Zachary Ruane take viewers along for an absurdist adventure through their everyday lives.”
Meet your new best mates on this Australian comedy show
This sweet sitcom follows the Korean Canadian Kim family, who run a convenience store in Toronto while having to deal with an array of customers and the world around them. Four seasons of the much-loved show are already available on Netflix, so prepare to get binge-watching!
How to Get Away with Murder
An oldie but a goodie, How to Get Away with Murder follows a group of law students who, under the tutelage of the talented Annalise Keating, learn to be the best of the best. Which is convenient, considering how many times they end up embroiled in murder investigations themselves. This is a seriously addictive show, so be warned if you’re starting from the beginning!
Viola Davis stars as Annalise
How could we ever miss out the show that everyone has been waiting for? Season four sees the introduction of Princess Diana to the royal family, and how her relationship with Charles was troubled from the off due to his lingering feelings for Camilla as well as their lack of things in common.
The excellent series also introduces Gillian Anderson as Margaret Thatcher in a brilliant performance, as it looks at the politics of the time. Don’t miss it!
Have you watched The Crown yet?