In this awkward time of our lives, we are spending more time than expected at home. So here you can find some suggestions for your days and nights on the sofa watching Netflix!
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Home for Christmas
The romantic comedy-drama series is Netflix’s first Norwegian original series which stars Ida Elise Broch as Johanne, a 30 years old nurse, who every year at Advent dinner find herself under pressure, because she has not a boyfriend to present to her family. So, she started to lie, telling them that she has a boyfriend to bring home to Christmas dinner. Will she reach the goal this time?!
After several dates with both old and young men, plus a briefly sexual encounter with one of her female coworkers (!), none of them became a real boyfriend.
In the last episode of season one, we left Johanne at her parent’s house for Christmas dinner, when the doorbell rings and she opens the door smiling at… who is there?!
Let’s discover more in season 2 , on Dec. 18, 2020 on Netflix!
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Bridgerton will be the first Shonda Rhimes production for Netflix. Shonda is well known as Grey’s Anatomy‘s creator, so we cannot wait to be delighted by her new work.
The new incoming series is a british period drama, based on Julia Quinn’s bestselling novels set in the competitive world of Regency London high society of 1813.
The first season consists of 8 episodes based on the first book titled The Duke and I, which follows Daphne (played by Phoebe Dynevor), the oldest daughter of the powerful Bridgerton family, as she makes her debut onto Regency London’s competitive marriage market.
In addition, the iconic Julie Andrews will take part to the drama, playing Lady Whistledown, an anonymous and mysterious gossip writer, who uses a curious mix of social commentary and scathing insult to send Regency London into an all-out frenzy.
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Tiny Pretty Things
The plot follows June (Daniela Norman) a sweet dancer that finds in The Archer School of Ballet her real home; Neveah (Kylie Jefferson) the rebel with raw talent and determination, who looks to rise above her roots; and Bette (Casimere Jollette) a rich girl, who works harder than anyone else, trying to demonstrate she is not second to her older sister Delia.
If you want to know more about their lives and ballet, let’s binge-watch this new drama available on Netflix from Dec. 14, 2020!