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Netflix Must-See’s to Watch During a Second Lockdown

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Netflix has been our hidden saviour whilst being confined to our home in March, but as COVID-19 restrictions become tighter and the likelihood of a second lockdown increasing, it’s time to bring back the Netflix n’ Chill. Below are 4 Netflix must-see’s to watch during a second lockdown.

 

  1. F.R.I.E.N.D.S

Let’s get straight to the point- everyone has heard of the 90’s sitcom but if you haven’t, where have you been?! Hilarious, heart-warming and totally relatable, the comfort food of the Netflix word is always there for you, even when the rain starts to pour… or in this case when facing a global crisis. Its feel-good content means it can be re-watched from scratch and still experience the same joy as the first time watching it (talking from experience), and with 10 seasons of endless warmth, you have more than enough to last the whole of lockdown.

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2. Jane the Virgin

SO underrated. If the first thing that comes to your mind is ‘chick flick’ and conclude that it’s not for you, then you are hugely mistaken. The romantic comedy narrates the life of a 23-year-old ambitious writer who becomes pregnant from accidental artificial insemination. It projects the ups and downs of life shared with her close-knit Latina family- with a side of murder, disappearance, secret identities and don’t forget, love triangles. It’s straight out of a telenovela! It makes you realise that your life is full of way less drama than poor Janie’s while appreciating the small gifts that come from disaster.

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3. Groundhog Day

If 2020 were a movie, this would be it! The comedy is about a weatherman called Phil, who finds himself mysteriously living out the same day over and over again- both literally and metaphorically.  Not only is it totally relatable as we star in our own Groundhog Day, but the moral compass of the film can help navigate us through these testing times. Phil acknowledges that he has to take action if he wants things to change and uses his time to improve the situation, just like ourselves. The other lessons you’ll have to find out yourself.

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4. Vacation

Right now holidays have been put on hold, but after watching this comedy featuring Ed Helms, you might be feeling more relieved from missing out on a family holiday, than resentful. We’ve all had that disappointing holiday but imagine accidentally cleansing in raw sewage or having a near-death rafting experience because of a recently dumped, unstable rafting guide (spoiler alert). Facing obstacles on every turn, will this vacation bring the Griswolds family closer together or further apart?

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