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In a bid to find love based on personality rather than looks, contestants wear elaborate disguises as they go on three dates hoping to find the perfect partner in Sexy Beasts. Great concept, terrible ...[Read More]

In the sugary sweet world of Netflix Kids, True and the Rainbow Kingdom stands out as a show that is great to watch with the little ones, you might even have a few laughs along the way.

When a huge portal opens up over the dull town of Wakefield, and spews out all manner of vile monsters, 13-year-old gamer Jack Sullivan is one of The Last Kids On Earth ready to save it. Similar to Th...[Read More]

Two kids are recruited to battle video game monsters that have found their way into the real world in Glitch Techs, a really fun and brilliantly animated series that's perfect for kids and their nosta...[Read More]

From the creators of BoJack Horseman comes Undone, a live-action/animation blend that tells the story of Alma who discovers abilities to manipulate time after surviving a car accident that almost kill...[Read More]

The History Of Swear Words, hosted by Nicholas Cage, does exactly what it says on the tin - looking at the origins of the most commonly used swear words. But it's all done with a good dose of fun and ...[Read More]

A really funny comedy set inside a Superstore, with quirky likeable characters and plenty of jokes making it so easy to watch. Clever and along the lines of Parks And Recreation or The office.

If wacky sketch shows are right up your street then check out Aunty Donna’s Big Ol’ House of Fun, the first Netflix series from American/Australian sketch troupe ‘Aunty Donna'. It's definitely out the...[Read More]

Black Books is a British sitcom starring comedians Dylan Moran and Bill Bailey about a bad-tempered, eccentric bookshop owner and his long-suffering assistant Manny. Offbeat and quirky show that hasn'...[Read More]

Love Transformers? Then check out Transformers: Rescue Bots which although aimed at a younger audience, is still great fun to watch as a family.

The show must go on and it certainly does in Staged. Watch as David Tennant and Michael Sheen, play more extreme versions of themselves as they attempt to rehearse a play via zoom. Hilarious!

How did it all begin for the legendary Tony Stark? Iron Man: Armoured Adventures, takes you back to high school when 16-year-old Tony first designed his famous armour in this fun animated series.