It’s time for some Box Sets 🎥
Have you run out of things to watch on TV? Not anymore... Let the couch potato status commence. Do you have your popcorn ready? Box set series here we come...
Does FRIENDS ever get old? We could binge watch this on repeat forever. Not sure what it is about friends but it seems to be timeless... enjoyed by all ages. WARNING: Very addictive in nature.
Only two seasons, but they’re both good ones. It’s a Britsh comedy- drama all about the sex lives of British teenagers. Starring Asa Butterfield as a socially awkward teenager and Gillian Anderson as his mother and a sex therapist.
The Lord of the Rings trilogy
Can you complete it in one sitting? Pee breaks allowed. You will obviously need a lot of popcorn! A film series of three epic (read: long) fantasy adventures. A young hobbit, Frodo, discovers the Ring that belongs to the Dark Lord, he begins his journey with some friendly pals to Mount Doom, the only place where it can be destroyed.
This is an American period drama based in 1960 - 1970. A fictional story based around the lives of advertising agency empties in New York City. WARNING: if you start this it will certainly keep you busy! With 92 episodes and 7 seasons!
Walter White, a chemistry teacher, discovers that he has cancer and decides to get into the meth-making business to repay his medical debts. This is a must watch in a life time series. The twist and turns will keep you addicted!
We love a good medical drama. This series is all about surgical interns and their medical journey to become doctors. WARNING: You will cry like a little baby. There are so many heart-wrenching stories.
Another medical drama, told you we loved them. An unsociable infectious disease specialist who flouts hospital rules, clashes with fellow doctors and his assistants as he comes up with controversial hypotheses about his patients' illnesses.
You’ve got to love some trashy tv. An American teenage drama following the adolescent journey of privileged teenager on the upper east side (New York).
Let us know what you think. Do you have any recommendations?