With everything else that’s going on in the world, one can’t help but try be creative in the comfort of their own home. Whether you’re working from home or you’re on school holidays for the next four weeks, I’m sure you’ve exhausted your options in terms of what to do at home.
There are only so much social media interactions we can also commit to, so why not Netflix and chill out. I recommend the following top five Netflix shows that you should catch up on while on quarantine.
1. Queen Sono
Queen Sono – A first for Africa, Queen Sono is the first ever Netflix Original series created in South Africa which features the beautiful Pearl Thusi, Loyiso Madinga, Vuyo Dabula and many more. The action-packed series unpacks the story of South African spy Queen Sono finds herself in a nefarious web of business and politics as she seeks to uncover the truth behind her mother’s death.
2. Big Mouth
Big Mouth – An animated series that details the journey of adolescent teenage friends who find their lives upended by the wonders and horrors of puberty. Very appropriate for teenagers and adults, the series is an edgy comedy that will have you laughing through it’s relatable content.
3. Black Mirror
Black Mirror – This sci-fi anthology series explores a twisted, high-tech near-future where humanity’s greatest innovations and darkest instincts collide. The award-winning series features a list of actors such as Jesse Plemons, Cristin Milioti, Jimmi Simpson.
4. Sex Education
Set in the UK, Sex Education is a series that’s similar to Big Mouth which tells the story of an insecure teenager who explores the topic of sex through his mother who is a sex therapist. He uses this knowledge to teach the children at his school all there is to know about sex. Throughout his teachings, he realises that there’s a whole lot that he doesn’t know about and is still yet to learn.
A creepy and thrilling series documents a bookstore manager who is insanely obsessed with a female writer and goes to the extent of doing just about anything to be with her – including harming those around her.
For more on these shows, visit www.netflix.com .