Another month, more content to binge watch. In the midst of mid-year university finals and us not wanting to venture into the cold, this is the month where we’re guaranteed to be hermits. So here is this month’s list of content to Netflix and chill to (like actually chill to, heathens.)
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Season 4)
Technically this came out on May 30th, but it’s close enough. Kimmy Schmidt is about a girl who was abducted and kept in an underground cult bunker for fifteen years.. Just incase you’ve been living under a rock and didn’t know. When she finally got out she decided to start over in New York City. Tina Fey (absolute queen) is the creator, so if humour is your thing then get binging.
Sense8 (Season 2, June 8)
Essentially Sense8 is about eight complete strangers, all of which have a psychic connection with each other. They become connected when a woman ends her life to avoid being apprehended by a man called Whispers. The Sensates (yep, that’s what they’re called) are able to communicate (despite being from different countries) and share skills and knowledge, all while they’re on the run from Whispers.
Set It Up (June 15)
If you feel as though you’re being dragged down by the boss-man then this one is for you. This movie follows Harper and Charlie, who believe they’re overworked, underpaid, treated like garbage and are wasting their 20s away dealing with their tyrant bosses. They concoct a plan to lure their bosses into fake romances, freeing themselves up to live their lives with less stress.
Hannah Gadsby: Nanette (June 19)
Some of us may remember her from her role in Please Like Me. Others may know that she’s a ripper of a comedian. In this comedy special she aims to take a deep look at the moments of her life, specifically, her sexuality and growing up in Tassie. Her aim is to take the harrowing moments of her life and turn them into something everyone can laugh at. Can’t go wrong with that, really.
Cooking On High (June 22)
So, we all seem to be getting around the cooking competition shows, right? Whether they’re pretty works of art or complete failures, Cooking On High has a bit of a twist to the whole concept. The whole emphasis placed on the show is using some sneaky Mary J as the main ingredient. That’s just classic, if you ask me.
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