We millennials are an interesting generation, we’ve lived through arguably what can be deemed as the quickest technological advancement that modern history has seen. But similarly, while we have seen this advancement we remember simpler times of corded phones, dial-up internet and even TV-sets! The latter is most pressing as we’re a generation who now consumes television through their laptop and one innovation that’s pushed this is Netflix. The streaming website is fixed our today’s culture and the popular platform is always constantly updating its content and us at Bespoke are going to shed some light on the best things to watch on Netflix right now.
Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee Collections
Jerry Seinfeld’s successful web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee Collections is moving to Netflix with the latest season starting on the popular streaming site on January 5th. In the unique series, Seinfeld, picks up a guest comedian in a cool car and then they set off for a laugh-filled conversation that’s conveniently fueled by caffeine.
Bro culture + Hollywood = Entourage. The popular lad TV series made its way to film with Vince and boys hitting their biggest stage yet in a star-studded film. Given all the Hollywood revelations in 2017, the film may feel harder to stomach. The Entourage film will be with us on Netflix on January 30th.
I’m not really sure if I need to write a synopsis of Friends cause, I mean, it is Friends after all. But one of the world’s most adored sitcoms is finally on Netflix UK all 10 series too! Now you can watch the world’s most famous group of pals anytime on Netflix!
Everyone’s favourite high school murder mystery is back for its second season on January 18th. If Jason Blossom’s murder revealed the slimy underbelly beneath Riverdale’s surface, as we enter season two, the shooting of Fred Andrews threatens to plunge the entire town into utter darkness.
Drug Lords: Season 1
Witness the stories of history’s most notorious kingpins, their terrifying enforcers, and the men and women who swore to bring them down on January 19th.
Concussion, a sports biopic, about the pathologist (Will Smith) who discovers the alarming extent to which American Football injuries can cause brain damage. The movie hits Netflix on January 6th