Current Netflix Picks

28 February 2020

I have really been getting myself into a routine just lately and instead of going on my iPhone at night and endlessly scrolling through Instagram and Facebook, instead, I've been catching up on all the programmes that I have saved in my watch list on Netflix.

Here are three of the programmes that I've been loving just lately:

The Stranger


It follows the lives of suburban families whose secrets and lies are made public by the appearance of a stranger. Husband Adam Price is left stunned when a stranger tells him his wife faked her last pregnancy, which she had claimed she had miscarried

I got obsessed with this pretty much straight away and completely finished it all within a week, this is one of those programmes that really hasn't been spoken about as much as it should be. It definitely gets you hooked right from the first episode, and always leaves you wondering what's going to happen next.

Line Of Duty

Line Of Duty is a crime drama which first aired in 2012. It follows the work of AC-12 a special unit charged with investigating corruption within the police force.

This programme was recommended to me for months before I finally took a chance on it and actually decided to watch it, and I'm so glad I actually did! I have already finished watching seasons 1 to 4, and am about to start season 5 on the BBC iPlayer in the next few days before season 6 starts later on this year.


Unforgotten

The programme follows two London detectives, DCI Cassie Stuart (Nicola Walker) and DI Sunny Khan (Sanjeev Bhaskar), as they solve cold cases of disappearance and murder. Each series deals with a new case, introducing seemingly unconnected characters who are gradually revealed to have some relationship with the victim.

This programme showed up as a recommendation after I had finished Line Of Duty, and once again it had me hooked right from the first episode. I'm pretty sure that this should have been the career path I should have chosen, as these types of programmes always fascinate me with how they work out who the killer is and get justice for the relatives of the victim who was killed.

I still have quite a few other programmes to get through, so I'm thinking of doing one of these blog posts every few months, to show what I've been loving,

If there are any programmes that you think I would like, then please leave me a comment below and let me know :-)


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