Thursday, 4 January 2018

WHAT TO WATCH ON NETFLIX IN 2018


Happy New Year everyone! I hope all of you had a great 2017, and here's to an even better 2018! 

I wanted my first post of 2018 to be something along the lines of "My goals for this year" or "How to make 2018 your year". These would have both been great posts (and maybe you'll get to read them in a few days or weeks) but for now I will share something a bit more... practical. 

Netflix is adding some great shows and movies to its already pretty good collection, and after spending about a week browsing Netflix all day and all night, nothing could make me happier than some fresh content. 

Here's what I'll be watching this month:

HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER

I started watching HTAWM last summer and you can imagine my disappointment when I realised Netflix only had season 1 and 2 (out of 4!). I devoured those two first seasons and was left craving for more... so when I woke up on Jan, 2nd and realised season 3 was out on Netflix UK I practically jumped. 

Not going to lie, it's been so long I do not even remember how season 2 finished but I guess I will use this as an excuse to rewatch the whole series!   

FRIENDS

Brace yourselves for what I am about to say, it always causes some kind of reaction: I have never watched Friends. Ever. I am not super into comedies, and I am very specific with what kind of humour I like, and for some reason I thought I would like Friends.

When it came out on Netflix I decided to give it a chance as I needed something light and easy to follow to watch every morning whilst I get ready. It is not my favourite show ever, but I like it and it is great to watch whilst I am doing something or if I need some cheering up. 

MODERN FAMILY

This is one of my favourite shows ever. It is the only comedy I would watch over and over again and still find it funny. The sad news is that this is not actually out on Netflix UK, but it is out (and has been for quite some time) on Netflix Spain. 

Leaving Spain after Christmas was made specially hard because of this very reason, so I am now trying to find a way to change my VPN or something to be able to watch it... Desperate times call for desperate measures. 

JOY

I love most of Jennifer Lawrence's films, so I feel like I would definitley like it. I remember watching the trailer when it came out and being quite pleasantly impressed. However, I quickly forgot about it (too many films nowadays... can't keep up). Now that it is going to be on Netflix I have no excuse not to watch it! 

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