6 New Netflix Offerings That Are Perfect For A Quiet Night In

Have you ticked any of these off your list yet?

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It's Monday evening and, for many, that can mean only one thing: it's Netflix time.

We had a bit of snoop around to find out some choice recent additions to the streaming site to decide what we'll be watching tonight (and probably the rest of the week). The things we do for you.

There should be a little something for everyone on the list below.

1. Tony Robbins: I Am Not Your Guru

For those of you in need of a good motivational talk.

Tony Robbins is a superstar in 'life performance coaching' and here we get an insight into one of his seminars, where the speaker gives interventions at random to people in the crowd (at one point asking an unhappy woman to break up with her boyfriend over the phone). 

2. BoJack Horseman Season 3

If you have no time for animated comedies, keep scrolling.

But if do like a good funny cartoon, you'll love BoJack Horseman. The show follows washed up '80s sitcom star BoJack (Will Arnett) as he attempts to revive his career.

As hilarious as it is, it also offers some sobering insights into celebrity and depression. 

3. The Purge: Anarchy

Horror fans will eat this up.

Set in an alternate version of the US, one night a year 'The Purge' takes place in order to get all anti-social behaviour out of the nation's system, allowing for citizens to break any law they wish.

4. Jim Jefferies: Freedumb

This Australian stand-up dishes out comedy in its crudest possible form.

In his newest show, Jefferies examines how Americans think of the word 'freedom', as well as the prospect of Donald Trump as president.

5. Welcome To The Punch

Thriller fans, this may be your cup of tea. 

James McAvoy stars as a hardened, gun-totting London detective who must team up with a violent criminal (Mark Strong) who gravely injured him in a previous encounter, in order to take down a mutual enemy.

6. Stranger Things

Last, but certainly not least, has to be Stranger Things.

Set in a small Indiana town in 1983, the sci-fi show follows Joyce (Wiona Ryder), whose 12-year-old son Will goes missing. As she and local police search for answers, they make some terrifying discoveries...

Think ET, but with more mystery. The show has become a major hit and it's been praised by masters of horror like Guillermo Del Toro and Stephen King.

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