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TV series to binge-watch while staying put at home for two weeks

Writer: Florey DM

We get it, staying at home for two weeks can be hard, especially if there's nothing to distract you from the boredom. But think of it this way: this is the perfect time for you to catch up on the plethora of series you've been thinking of watching but never had the time to. Guess what you have now? Plenty of time! So get cosy on that couch because you have two weeks' worth of shows to enjoy. (Note that some of these might not be family friendly, so maybe going full isolation mode is the best way to enjoy them, just saying).

"It" co-stars Sophia Lillis and Wyatt Oleff reunite in this 8-episode Netflix comedy drama, which tells the story of Sydney (Lillis) who is trying to come to terms with having superpowers with the help of her quirky neighbour, Stanley (Oleff).
"It" co-stars Sophia Lillis and Wyatt Oleff reunite in this 8-episode Netflix comedy drama, which tells the story of Sydney (Lillis) who is trying to come to terms with having superpowers with the help of her quirky neighbour, Stanley (Oleff).


Al Pacino and Logan Lerman are among the cast of this 10-episode Amazon Prime Video series. Set in 1977 New York, it follows a group of Nazi hunters who learn that Nazi war criminals are tyring to create a Fourth Reich in the US.


This HBO sci-fi show "Westworld" has recently entered its third season, starring Evan Rachel Woods,
Tessa Thompson, Jeffery Wright, Aaron Paul and more. All 8 episodes of "Season 3: The New World",
which picks up from where the second season left off and is set in 2058 neo-Los Angeles, will finish airing by the end of next month.

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Cinema Online, 21 March 2020


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