Everything to binge on Netflix to see out the rest of August

Winter has well and truly set in now, so the time for curling up into a burrito of blankets and gluing yourself to a screen is here.
But if you’re stuck on what to watch or you just can’t watch another Friends or How I Met Your Mother re-run (psssh, never), here’s a list of everything you can binge to see out the last few weeks of shitty weather.

ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK SEASON SIX
If you haven’t watched the latest season of Orange is the New Black by now than you’re just not doing life right. This season should have been binged by the 1st of August, but if you haven’t yet caught up with everything going down at Litchfield after the riot, now is the time to do so.
Shit’s about to go down.

I AM A KILLER
If you’re just as obsessed with true crime docos like I am, then I Am A Killer is EVERYTHING.
The Netflix Original gives an in-depth insight into the stories of prisoners on death row in America, awaiting their fate. Each one-hour episode is an interview with a prisoner discussing everything that lead up to the crime, committing the crime and then their time on death row. A truly fascinating new series.

DISENCHANTMENT
Because who doesn’t love anything from Matt Groening? Disenchantment follows the story of Bean, a rebellious and alcoholic princess, her elf companion Elfo, and her “personal demon” Luci, who live in a medieval kingdom known as Dreamland. So why not binge this ‘offspring of The Simpsons and Game of Thrones’ to escape and and all realities of the 9-5 grind.

THE INNOCENTS
While we patiently(not so patiently) wait for season 3 of Stranger Things, I present to you, The Innocents.
The new series follows teenagers Harry and June who run away from their repressive families, before discovering June can shape-shift. Serious Eleven vibes – we miss you Eleven.
A supernatural love story, we love that for us.

Grab the Milo and TimTams, take a seat and let the Netflix addiction take control.

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