• Luke Johnston

Your weekend on NETFLIX


The weekend is now upon us - even though it has lost its buzz with having to stay at home and not do what we’re used to doing such as playing sport or a visit to the pub.


Fear not! Season 6 of the hit American comedy series Brooklyn Nine-Nine is being dropped on Netflix, adding to season 1-5 which are already available.

The series was originally released in January 2019, with the first episode of season seven having aired in the UK on E4 on last Thursday (26 March).


Episodes one and two of season seven are already available to watch on All 4, so if you really do smash through season six on Netflix then you've got the first two episodes of season seven waiting for you too.

Thats 18 episodes of Brooklyn Nine-Nine!

But... if that’s not enough then the next show on my “must watch” list is The Stranger. Staring Richard Armitage and Siobhan Finneran.


A web of secrets sends family man Adam Price on a desperate quest to discover the truth about the people closest to him.


The show got 86% on Rotten Tomatoes review aggregator website. But... if American Shows are your thing then try ‘Designated Survivor’.


Staring Kiefer Sutherland as the US President. When a terrorist attack destroys the entire government its up to lower-level cabinet member Tom Kirkman to rebuild the government and destroy the terrorists responsible for the attack.

Now then, that should keep you busy for a few hours!


All attractions are now closed due to the Covid - 19 (Coronavirus) outbreak. The majority of town centre stores have now reopened with social distancing in place

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