You know what we all need after the last 18 months of viruses, political chaos and general worldwide turmoil? A show about a zombie outbreak inside the White House, which appears to be caused by a virus.
If there’s one thing millennials can relate to, it’s an alcoholic anthropomorphic horse, who is suffering from depression after becoming a washed-up, middle-aged former celebrity. Everyone, it’s time to meet Bojack Horseman.
This show is like the Netflix version of magic mushrooms, taking us on a colourful, psychedelic trip where you’re not quite sure what’s going on, and can’t decide whether to be utterly at peace, or absolutely unnerved.
Netflix were onto a winner when they created this NSFW animated series, made up of ten minute episodes, each with a different style, theme and focus. The ideal telly solution for those whose brains have been melted by TikTok and Twitter.
If you’re one of those few people who opted against getting a lockdown dog, why not pat yourself on the back for having puddle free floors and intact furniture, and sit down to celebrate with twenty minutes of pure puppy joy and the world’s most beloved beagle.
F is for Family, and B is for bawdy. That’s what this irreverent 1970s set adult animation is all about. This series takes a close look at a 1970s nuclear family, who bring new meaning to the word dysfunctional.