Tuesday, 7 July 2015

What to watch on Netflix in July

Last month saw some new TV show releases that are not to be missed!

For the adults...
Orange is the New Black - season 3 was released on Netflix on 12th June. I've already watched the latest season and caught up with the ladies of Litchfield have been up to. I hear a rumour that Season 4 is currently being filmed.

Grace & Frankie - a Netflix original series starring Jane Fonda & Lily Tomlin, their husbands of 20 years realise that they are gay and both families lives are changed forever. I've watched a few episodes already and it is really funny. Watching two families come to terms with such a big change and also Fonda & Tomlin becoming friends.

For the Kids...
Dragons: Race to the edge Season 1 - brought to you by Dreamworks, Dragons Race to the edge is a new Netflix original series from the creators of 'How to train your Dragon'. Starring Jay Baruchel and America Ferrera as Hiccup and Toothless lead the dragon riders soar beyond the boarders of Berk and discover the mysterious Dragon Eye, which is filled with ancient secrets that lead them to new lands filled with undiscovered Dragons. But the heroes find themselves persued by marauding dragon hunters who will stop at nothing to seize the power. This looks like a great new animated show for little ones.

Old school cartoons - Netflix has an amazing selection of kids cartoons, the modern animated shows are amazingly good but you can't beat a classic cartoon. Last month, Netflix did some research and found that parents are introducing classic cartoons to their children that they enjoyed growing up. Some of my fave cartoons growing up were Rugrats, Teletubies, Barney etc. I've already introduced Joey to a few Disney cartoons and he seems to like them. 

There are lots of new great film and TV show releases on Netflix, don't forget to check them out.

Disclaimer: As part of the Netflix Stream Team I have been given 12 months subscription and an Apple TV in return for writing regular posts about the service. All thoughts and opinions are 100% my own.

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