Series to watch during lockdown

31/03/2020

You don't know how to spend your days at home? Here is a list of series that you should enjoy and that will keep you busy!

Validé
Validé

The series, which has been available on Canal+ for a few days now, follows the story of Apash, a talented young rapper, backed up by his two childhood friends, who finds himself overnight "validated" by one of the stars of the scene. Rivalry, violence and suspense - everything is put together in this series to keep you on edge from start to finish! We also validate the series!

I Am Not Okay With This
I Am Not Okay With This

Available on Netflix, this series follows the adventures of a teenager who must deal with the relationships with her schoolmates, her family, the discovery of her sexuality but especially her new super-powers.

Dare Me
Dare Me

An icy coach arrives at a small-town high school in the American Midwest to coach the cheerleading team led by Beth and her best friend Addy. This new arrival will shake the loyalty between the two friends until a tragic occurs that will disrupt the whole town. To be seen on Netflix.

The English Game
The English Game

This six-episode mini-series, available on Netflix, traces the invention of football and the history of those involved in its creation. Learn more about those who managed to reach out to different social classes to make the game the world's most popular sport.

Ratz
Ratz

For the younger ones, the quirky animation series, Ratz, has just made its debut on Netflix! It's an opportunity to (re)discover the colorful episodes of the program and especially the mythical credits that have marked an entire generation!

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