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, obviously – because you can find tons of shows you can binge watch, hilarious stand up comedy, great documentaries and basically a good spoonful of content for even the most sophisticated palate. Here are a few things I recommend highly.
Making a murderer
Who doesn’t want a good crime movie? What about a documentary one – packed with so much suspense and twists and turns, you would often have to stop and remind yourself you’re watching a real story. Steven Avery is the main character in this 10-episode mini-series that only starts with him spending 18 years in prison for a crime he never committed. The storyline has more tangles than your headphones when you take them out of your pocket.
If you enjoy food, or want to try and enjoy it more. The series walks us through the minds of some of the world’s top chefs – and tells the fascinating stories of how they started, where the heart of their passion is, and how they keep their vision clear, pushing themselves to be better every day. It’s a love story, really, and if food is your kind of romance, jump in.
Eddie Murphy is 22, dressed in bright red, marked with a big “Strictly for adults only” stamp in his first stand-up comedy. Not for the faint of heart (he uses profanities more than 500 times in 50 minutes) and strictly not politically correct also – he’s not exactly choosing his words very carefully when talking about puberty, dating, celebrities, or ice-cream trucks. Oh, but if that sounds good to you – you better believe he’s hilarious, delivering perhaps one of the best stand up shows of all time.
What happened, Miss Simone?
Netflix shows us rare footage of Nina Simone and plays never-before-heard records of hers in this documentary that will surely please every music fan. Before our eyes, the iconic singer is illuminated in the new light of small, but important details, as she grows from a lonely child to a real star.