My Five Current Favourite Netflix Shows



Some of my favourite posts to read are lists, random lists, book lists, lists of favourite chocolates or scary films, you get the idea.

Each week I'm going to pick a topic/book/film/thing and list five things about it - don't expect it to always be favourite things!

This week it is......The last five things I’ve watched on Netflix


Japan Sinks: 2020

Based on a seventies novel, this oneintrigued me so I thought I’ll just watch the first five minutes and see what happens, three episodes later I have seen Tokyo flattened, Okinawa sink and a man blow up.  I’m hooked!


Kim’s Convenience

Ah I love this, Mr Kim is my total hero.  This is such a lovely show and it’s so funny.  I wish my local shop was owned by Appa!  


Unsolved Mysteries

I believe there was an original version of this which I have never watched, I do like a good mystery so I thought I’d give this a try, I’m only one episode one which is the case of Ray Rivera.  He was found dead back in 2006 in Baltimore.  I’m intrigued to see if this show sheds light on these cases.

Snowpiercer

So many questions about this.  How did they manage to build this 1001 carriage train, surely it must have been freezing cold when they were doing it.  It looks like the train goes across water, how did they build the tracks when again it must have been freezing.  What powers the train?  Is anyone alive in the frozen waste in a bunker? What is the point?  These answers don’t keep me awake at night but they do keep me watching.


Somebody Feed Phil

Is he really this happy all the time?  Phil Rosenthal eats his way across the world with a plethora of faces expressing his joy in everything he comes across.  I don’t think I’ve seen him eat anything yet that he hates.  His happiness is contagious.

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  1. I love Kim.
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  2. I remember watching the original Unsolved Mysteries when I was a kid and it scared me so bad!

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  3. I loved the original Unsolved Mysteries with Robert Stack! He was so dramatic. I'll have to give this version a try.

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  4. I haven't watched any of these. I do remember the original Unsolved Mysteries being a thing.

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  5. I agree! List posts are a lot of fun! Every time I try my own, I get too rambly and they end up super long...

    I haven't tried any of these yet! I'm trying to get into tv watching a bit more. I will add them to my list of things to try out!

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    1. I have to hold myself back otherwise I will ramble too!

      Happy watching!

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