By: Natasha Archary
Seeing as the curfew is here to stay indefinitely, one could either find ways to make the most of it or dread our early evenings. Finding something binge-worthy to stream can take longer than actually starting the show.
With thousands of options, it can be difficult to keep up with top-rated shows, latest releases, trending titles and the shows you have to circle- back to when there’s nothing else to watch.
That’s where we come in, making your selection a little easier with a quick rundown of three trending series on Netflix at the moment.
Follow the opulent life of Daphne Bridgerton (Phoebe Dynevor) as she makes her debut into the regal marriage market in the early 1800s. In the hope that she will uphold her family’s name and marry a distinguished gentleman, Daphne’s prospects take an unwelcome halt when she catches the eye of the dashing Duke of Hastings (Rege’-Jean Page).
The lavish setting in the royal courtyards of Europe, the intricate detail of 18th century fashion and the chemistry between the leading couple, is enough to transport you back to a time where love at first sight still existed.
A retelling of the classic French story about world-famous thief and master of disguise Assane Diop: Lupin depicts the fictional Arsène Lupin’s story.
This is an addictive, clever, crime-fighting puzzle that combines elements from previous shows like Luther, Sherlock Holmes and Inside Man for a thrilling streaming experience. The timing with this series is precise, with every minute full of suspense and a captivating portrayal from lead actor Omar Sy.
- Cobra Kai
The 80s were a time for martial arts and much-loved karate movies. Bruce Lee set the bar high with a string of films but so too did The Karate Kid. With the
Cobra Kai, takes place 30 years later, picking up the story of Daniel and his cunning adversary Johnny Lawrence. It’s a nostalgic watch for 80s babies who are keen to see the journey the two counterparts take, with Lawrence seeking redemption by reopening the infamous Cobra Kai karate dojo.
With a line-up like this, we don’t mind the early curfew. Waking up for work in the morning, not so much.