After hours of looking at screens and the faces of our colleagues and friends on video calls, the inevitable will happen, and we will spend the evening winding down looking at yet another screen. So. You’ve watched ‘Love Is Blind’, you’ve even gone back and watched all the UK series of ‘Love Island’ from start to finish. You’ve watched every single tolerable romcom there is (including the Netflix originals), and you are starting to despair that you might actually have reached the end of the internet. You haven’t. In fact, you haven’t even gotten to the best part of it yet.
The fact is, we’re all stuck at home (seriously, stay at home). And whilst in our minds we might dream of starting and finishing Hilary Mantel’s Wolf Hall trilogy, or even re-reading all the Game of Thrones books, the reality is that we will all end up on Netflix.
Enter: K dramas. Specifically, South Korean dramas. If you have the superhuman ability to multitask (read subtitles and watch the screen at the same time – really not difficult at all), if you love TV shows with high-drama, excessive drinking, impossibly beautiful people and titles that make absolutely no sense, then K dramas are here for you.
They are the single greatest addition Netflix has ever made to their streaming service, and there are over fifty of them, ready and waiting just for you. But in case you feel sceptical, or even overwhelmed by the sheer volume and length (episodes range from an hour to and hour and half each, and between 16-24 episodes per season, though there’s usually on one per drama) of them, I’m here to tell you about the best K dramas on Netflix to watch right now, tried and tested by yours truly. You’re welcome.
It’s Last Call For These 43 Titles Before They Leave Netflix in April 2020
Bad news, everyone: the list of titles leaving Netflix in April 2020 probably includes some of your favorites. Over 40 movies and TV shows will be leaving the platform during April, so now is a great time to rewatch any of your favorites and get through anything that’s been on your “to watch later” list for a while before it’s gone for good.
While some of the titles that are headed off of Netflix already have their streaming futures set on other platforms, others might be absent for a while. The good news is that Netflix keeps up a constant stream of new content, too, so there’s always something new to check out. Keep reading for the full list of titles leaving Netflix in April so that you can make your list of what to watch before it disappears!
The Dark, Twisted Fairy Tales Behind 10 Classic Disney Movies
Nearly every animated Disney classic begins and ends the same way, from “Once upon a time” to “happily ever after.” When it comes to the centuries-old fairy tales that often serve as source materials for these wholesome films, though, it’s not always so cut and dry.
Did you know that The Frog Princess doesn’t end with a kiss? Or that Cinderella has no fairy godmother, and there’s a lot more blood at the end? We’re summarizing the original fairy tales that inspired some of the most memorable animated Disney films of all time.