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Are you stuck or bored in LockDown with No Netflix? You must try these things…

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It is very hard to sit the same place, in fact, if someone orders. Humans are not made for staying in the same place. However, due to this pandemic, our life and work are being stuck. Definitely, we are feeling weak and claustrophobic and we have to continue this for the next 18 days for the effect of coronavirus.

Today, the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced an extension of the lockdown till 3 May 2020. We need to follow govt instructions to save our lives and generations.

In the House-arrest period, we can chill with many things and entertain ourselves.





The main time pass activity during the COVID – 19 lockdowns of the
general population happens to be binge-watching. If you don’t have
Netflix and are shedding tears over Lion King and Money Heist,
Here are are some top picks for you from 2 other leading streaming
services:
A] Disney+hotstar

Chernobyl (IMDb: 9.4 Rotten Tomatoes: 96%)

Based on one of the greatest disasters to plague humankind, Chernobyl narrates the story of the 1986 nuclear disaster in the city of Chernobyl of the Soviet Union and the heroes that put down their lives at the line of duty to save Europe from this man-made catastrophe.

Patrick Melrose (IMDb: 8.1 Rotten Tomatoes:90%)

Based on the semi – autobiographical novels by Edward st Aubyn, Patrick Melrose takes us through the life of an abused child who grew up to be an addict with substance abuse problems. Plus the added bonus of watching Benedict Cumberbatch in action!

Killing Eve (IMDb: 8.3 Rotten Tomatoes: 88%)

Eve is MI5. She is a spy who is talented and extremely smart. Villanelle is an assassin. She too is extremely talented and smart. Need I make it more obvious? The duo naturally goes head to head in this iconic thriller drama starring Jodie comer and Sandra Oh and written by Phoebe Waller-Bridge (Known for her award-winning series Fleabag).

Barry (IMDb: 8.3 Rotten Tomatoes: 99%)

Barry tells the story of a trained assassin who kills for money. He makes his living by murdering people. But amidst his chaotic life he falls in love with acting and decides to pursue his new passion, leaving his old life behind him. If you are a fan of Bill Hader and his works, this is the show for you. {I mean do it for Stefon}.

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (IMDb: 8.9 Rotten Tomatoes: 98%)

Tired of hearing corona news everyday on the television? Now you can watch old weird, wacky and wonderful news with John Oliver’s wonderful commentary. Lighten your mood as he makes fun of himself and the rest of the world!

B] Prime Video





The Handmaids Tale(IMDb: 8.1 Rotten Tomatoes: 91%)

Originally inspired by Margaret Atwood’s dystopian novel by the same name, The handmaid’s tale narrates the story of June a fertile woman and what became of her in a totalitarian regime. The first season of this show has won eight primetime emmys.

The Night Manager(IMDb: 8.1 Rotten Tomatoes:91%)

Jonathan Pine, once a british soldier and now a luxury hotel night manager is recruited to stop an arms deal by infiltrating the inner circle of the arms dealer Richard Roper. Richard roper is reputed to be the worlds worst man ever. Adapted from the 1993 novel by John le Carre by David Farr, this series has a perfect casting including Tom Hiddleston, Olivia colman and Hugh Laurie.