The 6 best things to watch on Netflix this weekend
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It's getting colder, the evenings are getting shorter, tighter restrictions are in place in Donegal and Dublin and being mooted for other counties, so with all that in mind, it might be a good idea to stay in this weekend and just watch Netflix.
But what to watch? That's why we're here to help. Instead of endlessly scrolling through the menus and just ending up watching Friendsagain, here are six things recently added to the streaming service.
Some new, some classic, but all worth checking out.
Millie Bobby Brown plays Sherlock Holmes' previously unmentioned little sister, Henry Cavill is Holmes himself, Sam Claffin is Mycroft Holmes, and Helena Bonham Carter is their mum.
Based on the series of Young Adult novels by Nancy Springer, this is an obvious attempt to build a franchise for Millie Bobby Brown that feels a bit like the sort of TV movie that the BBC tends to show on St. Stephen's Day. But the world is a bit scary right now, so we could use something a bit warm and cosy.
Clip via Lionsgate Movies
The superhero movie that introduced Chloe Grace Moretz and Aaron Taylor Johnson to the world remains one of the cleverest and funniest takes on the genre. Even if you've seen it several times, there's definitely enough in there to make it worth a rewatch.
Clip via Universal Movies
The 11th instalment of the Michael Myers saga pulled the trick of ignoring all the previous sequels and remakes, and instead is a direct follow-up to the original 1980 classic. It offers up some back-to-basics scare, Jamie Lee Curtis is back, it is produced by modern horror masters Blumhouse, and it is perfect if you want to get into the Halloween spirit a bit early.
Another cracking Netflix sports doc. In this one, each episode features a sit-down interview with a coach at the top of their game, giving their personal rules for success in both sport and life.
Subjects include NBA Doc Rivers, Serena Williams' coach Patrick Mouratoglou, and some bloke called Jose Mourinho.
Are you the sort of person whose bedroom walls are stacked with perfectly ordered Nike and adidas shoeboxes? Then this comedy, about a wheeling-dealer sneakerhead in pursuit of a mythical pair of trainers, is for you.
The new show from American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy dropped last week, but is still worth catching up with.
A prequel to One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest, it stars Sarah Paulson in full scenery-chewing mode as the notorious Nurse Ratched.