Lockdown 2.0 - What's new on Netflix?
Although it might have not been the start to January we all wanted, we can't avoid this new lockdown so we must stay positive and keep busy.
If you made your way through Netflix during the last lockdown then there are even more series to get your teeth into this time. Take a look at just a handful...
If you're a lover of period dramas, then this is for you. It's got everything you need - great outfits, amazing hair and lots of drama. Make sure you listen to the music at the lavish balls - you may recognise it!
2. Cobra Kai (season 3)
Not seen season 1 and 2 yet? Well, get watching! Cobra Kai is the follow up from the 80's classic, Karate Kid and picks ups 34 years after the tournament. It's got laughs, teenage drama and some epic fight scenes.
3. The US Office
An oldie but a goodie! If you've never gotten the chance to watch it and you're a fan of the UK Office then definitely give it a whirl. There are 9 seasons altogether and each ep is around 30 minutes so the perfect series to dip in and out of and a great mood booster on a tough day.
4. The Ripper
If crime documentaries are more your thing then this 4-part story of the Yorkshire Ripper will intrigue you. It covers the events and investigation surrounding the murders of 13 women that took place in West Yorkshire and Manchester between 1975 and 1980.
5. Headspace Guide to Meditation
Something slightly different. The team behind Headspace has teamed up with Netflix to bring you an animated series to help you learn more about the tools to build a meditation practice. So if you're thinking of trying something new this lockdown, then this is the ideal chance.
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