NOT sure what you should watch on Netflix tonight? Have no fear, we've got just what you need.
As the nation continues to try and find ways to stay entertained during the coronavirus lockdown, here's a list of some of the best choices to stream on the popular streaming service.
- The 20 best series on Netflix
- The 25 best films on Netflix
What's on Netflix tonight?
There's only so many online workouts and banana bread baking sessions that a person can do in one day and that's when streaming services like Netflix are coming in to save the day.
Continuing with their scheduled roll out plans means there is something new to watch on the site almost every day.
And seeing as the Government-imposed lockdown doesn't look like ending anytime soon, there's no better time to sit back and tune in.
Netflix does well to update its service daily and provides a wide range of films and shows for all ages.
Here's a look at what's on Netflix tonight, Thursday, April 2, 2020.
Dare Me – 2020
Following the success of documentary Cheer in 2019, Netflix has delivered a show which showcases what could happen when things go wrong in the toxic world of high school cheerleading.
Based on the popular 2012 novel by Meg Abbott, the show follows the lives and scandals of competitive high school cheerleaders in "a small Midwestern town".
The arrival of a young, intriguing coach instantly shakes up the power dynamic and it soon becomes clear that just about everyone has something to hide.
Community – (2009)
Community is an American comedy television series that follows an ensemble cast of characters at a community college in the fictional town of Greendale, Colorado.
Stars such as Joel McHale, Gillian Jacobs, Danny Pudi, Yvette Nicole Brown, Alison Brie, Donald Glover, Ken Jeong, Chevy Chase, and Jim Rash featured in the show which was full of meta-humour and often parodied film and TV cliches.
Community received critical acclaim for its acting and writing, appeared on numerous critics' year-end "best-of" lists for 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, and 2015.
Season one to six are available now so you can binge to your heart's content!
Uncorked – 2020
Uncorked is a film about a young man who feels torn between his dream of becoming a master sommelier and his father’s expectations that he’ll take over the family barbecue business.
Insecure executive producer Prentice Penny penned and directed this dramedy film about the battle between a father and son in the world of food.
This is nothing like any other wine movies you've seen recently and it's already get rave reviews from viewers.
Sunderland 'Til I Die, season two – (2019)
Netflix decided to film season two of the club's campaign last season after the success of the initial documentary.
The first series gained praise worldwide after they documented Sunderland's heartbreaking relegation from the Championship to League One.
And the latest documentary is just as gripping as they followed the Black Cats' failed promotion bid.
Sunderland were expected to achieve instant promotion following their shock fall from grace and were under new ownership in Stewart Donald.
They appointed boss Jack Ross from St Mirren as the man to seal their return to the Championship but Sunderland struggled to contend at the top and eventually finished fifth.
40 Days and 40 Nights – (2002)
While we are still in the period of Lent, we not take a trip down memory lane with the popular satirical rom-com starring Josh Harnett.
He played a handsome web designer based in San Francisco who chose to abstain from any sexual activity during Lent, only to met the girl of his dreams (played by Shannyn Sossamon).
The film earned a worldwide total of over $95 million (£76 million) – not bad for a $17 million (£13 million) budget flick!
If none of the above are to your liking, not to worry there's a few other shows and films that have been causing a stir.
All four of the Lethal Weapon films have also been added to the service, while the Matrix trilogy is also ready and waiting to be enjoyed.
How to Fix a Drug Scandal has been helping viewers delve into another intriguing real-life tale, but Nailed It! Season 4 is also an option if you would prefer some light and wholesome content.
Here's a full list of all the new shows to hit Netflix this month.
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