For students wanting to take a break from their studies, Netflix has such an amazing variety of shows, it can be hard to make a choice. Fall means hot drinks, warm blankets and settling in for a binge of the latest offerings.
There are some great series released in September and October 2020. Here are some offerings to suit different tastes, from mystery and horror to romance and the natural world.
The Haunting of Bly Manor
The Haunting of Bly Manor premiered on Netflix on October 9 and is a take on The Turn of the Screw, a late 1800s horror movie. When the au pair to an orphaned niece and nephew dies tragically, Henry Wingrave (Henry Thomas) hires a young American nanny (Victoria Pedretti) to care for them.
They live at Bly Manor with a housekeeper, the groundskeeper and the estate chief. Watch these tragic figures as centuries of dark secrets are unearthed. This chilling series will totally distract you from the stress of your studies.
The movies might not take that much time but shows certainly go on for a long time. You simply might not have enough time to watch your favorite shows or do academic work.
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Enola Holmes premiered on Netflix in September with Enola Holmes being played by Millie Bobbie Brown of Stranger Things fame. Enola is the teenage sister of Sherlock and Mycroft Holmes. She runs away to escape Mycroft’s plan to send her to a school for young ladies and to find her missing mother.
She shows her own sleuthing skills when she meets up with a runaway, handsome young aristocrat (Louis Partridge) and unveils a dangerous conspiracy that threatens his life.
This series will appeal to female students who will enjoy seeing Enola managing to outwit her brothers, played by Henry Cavill and Sam Clafin, and kick some serious butt along the way.
Emily in Paris
Emily in Paris premiered on Netflix on October 2 and this light-hearted series will help you to beat your study blues. Emily Cooper, played by Lily Collins, lives out many a student’s dreams. She is an ambitious young marketing executive in her twenties, who unexpectedly finds herself in Paris when her company acquires a French luxury marketing company.
She faces a number of challenges, such as not speaking French and a hostile boss. The depiction of France may be cliché but this rom-com will take you on an entertaining journey as she wins over her work colleagues, makes friends, and develops relationships.
David Attenborough – A Life on our Planet
Next on the list of must-watch movies and shows for students is ‘A life on our planet’. In this documentary, David Attenborough reflects on defining moments in his life and the devastating changes he has seen through his years of visiting every continent on earth. The powerful documentary now on Netflix brings together historic moments with his views on current problems the world is facing.
The well-respected naturalist makes a plea to humanity to make certain changes as time is ticking for our planet. Some of his suggestions – stop eating meat, create no-fishing zones and stop the world population growth.
Julie and the Phantoms
Julie and the Phantoms premiered in September and is a fresh new musical series that is all about embracing the ups and downs of life, following your dreams and finding your voice. When Julie (Madison Reyes) lost her mother, her passion for music died.
But when the ghosts of three musicians from 1995 appear to her in her mother’s music studio, she feels inspired to start writing and singing again. The ghosts convince her to start a band together.
A final word
Whether you enjoy mysteries, horror, ghost stories, romcoms or documentaries, there is something in September and October’s Netflix offerings for everyone. Students looking for relief from the stress of their studies will find plenty of light-hearted offerings to enjoy. The David Attenborough documentary stands out on this list due to its serious nature but it is certainly a must-watch for any student who cares about the future of the planet.
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