Everything you need to know about what’s being added to Netflix this monthBy Lisa Williams
We’re all guilty of spending far too much time tucked up in our duvets binge watching the latest TV shows.
Each month Netflix treats us to a brand new bunch of TV shows and movies for us to feast our eyes on. We’ve rounded up the latest and greatest additions to Netflix, so you know what’s coming to your TV screen this month.
Love - Season 2
The edgy anti rom-com Love offers a realistic outlook on romance. In the 10 episode long first season, we witnessed love blossoming between two awkward singletons, Mickey and Gus. In the second season we will hopefully find out what happens to their relationship, will it be faced with new issues or will it be plain sailing?
Marvel's Iron Fist
Calling all Marvel fans! The fourth instalment in Netflix’s Marvel series, which follows Jessica Jones, Daredevil and Luke Cage, has finally arrived. You can expect plenty of action filled fighting scenes in Iron Fist, which will definitely leave you wanting more. Thankfully in mid-2017 Netflix is releasing The Defenders, which combines all four TV shows in an eight episode long mini-series.
Wayne's World 2
The comedic duo, Wayne and Garth, return to our screens one more time in Wayne’s World 2. In this sequel, the pair attempt to create a ginormous rock festival called Waynestock, but this comes with a whole heap of trouble when Wayne introduces his girlfriend to a sleezy music executive.
In this monster-filled animation, you’ll take a trip to Dracula's spectacular resort, which is a haven for monsters and their families. Dracula invites his best friends to celebrate his daughter's 118th birthday which includes the likes of Frankenstein & the Mummy, but everything changes when one particular person walks into the hotel…
Amy Schumer - The Leather Special
Comedian Amy Schumer has already graced our TV screens with her Comedy Central show Inside Amy Schumer and with her latest feature film Trainwreck, which she both wrote and starred in. On the 7th March, you’ll be able to watch Amy perform her stand up at Denver’s Bellco Theatre, she jokes about sex, dating and what it’s like to be famous.