In the final post of our ‘keeping you occupied’ series, we’re talking all things boxsets. We all love a boxset and often find ourselves so engrossed in a series that we end up watching eight episodes in a row without even realising!
Below, we’ve shared just a few of the latest boxsets we’re recommending you give a watch here at Grosvenor Casinos.
It’s believed to be one of the best documentaries to land on Netflix in a while. Tiger Killer: Murder, Mayhem and Madness is a true crime documentary that follows Joe Exotic, an Oklahoma polygamist, country singer, and gun totter. Joe houses a horde of lions, tigers, and bears in his roadside zoo and is accused of planning the killing of a local animal rights activist.
This is the perfect watch for those that are missing their Grand Prix fixes. Formula 1: Drive to Survive is back for its second series, where fans can expect more high-octane drama on the track – and more explosive footage off it. The series shows the rivalries, the tensions and the pressure faced by everyone from the pit crew heroes to the drivers themselves.
Back by popular demand, the second season of Sex Education builds on the promise of the first, by again providing a refreshingly honest look at adolescent sexuality.
The UK set drama features brilliant performances, secondary school nostalgia and awkward parent-child conversations, that let’s face it, we’ve all had!
Love is Blind is the latest must-see American reality show for all you romantics out there.
The series follows thirty men and women as they speed date in different ‘pods’ where they can get to know each other by talking but not seeing one another. The end goal is marriage and to see whether love really is blind. It’s addictive viewing with twists and turns throughout the series.
Back for its third season, Stranger Things picks up in 1985 where the gang are teetering awkwardly on the precipice that separates childhood from adolescence.
In Hawkins, things have taken a sinister turn as the town’s residents find themselves under the influence of a strange, supernatural force.
The action of this season centres on the endlessly endearing relationships between the young characters, whilst destruction looms in the backward.
After debuting in 2013, it’s now time to say goodbye to our favourite inmates at the Litchfield Correctional Institution.
From season one, episode one, Orange is the new Black has followed Piper Chapman who is held accountable for her past. Chapman is forced to leave her privileged lifestyle behind when she finds herself in a minimum-security prison, where she stands out like a sore thumb. From her first day through to her last, chaos follows her around and season seven is no different.
If we’ve missed your favourite boxset off, then let us know your recommendations in the comments below.
Happy boxset binging!