Just when you think you’ve possibly exhausted all resources of viewing entertainment and you decide to call it quits, Netflix is the saving deus ex machina that makes a tremendous foray and charges forth dozens of phenomenal shows. The streaming site really is inexorable, and this month we’ve seen an impressive batch of shows to deliciously indulge in. So sit back, grab some snacks and get VIEWING.
Sacha Baron Cohen puts away his comical cap for an incredibly powerful performance as Eli Cohen, the Israeli spy who successfully infiltrated the Syrian army.
Starring Toni Collette, ‘Unbelievable’ divulges the darker side of rape victims and how differently each deals with the trauma.
Unarguably the scariest horror show period, French Netflix show ‘Marianne’ is a teeth-jittering take on an author whose books about a fictitious demon end up true.
Rebooted by Drake, ‘Top Boy’ is a British show about a group of suburban adolescents drowning in the dark world of drugs.
David Tennant is one of the guest stars in this brilliant anthology that takes place solely within the confinements of an interrogation room.
Travis Scott: Look Mom I Can Fly
The rise of musician Travis Scott from his early beginnings to his worldwide success is relayed beautifully in this Netflix original documentary; we’re given a deeper glimpse into the phenomenon that is Travis Scott, from his Grammy defeat to his personal life and how exactly his wideselling album ‘Astroworld’ came about.