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    Default things to binge watch for a distraction

    what are your favourite things to binge-watch when you are needing a distraction?

    and what you do think is the best ********* service to use - netflix/stan etc (need one with a free trial for a few days at least since no money)?

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    I love Netflix and can recommend Gossip Girl, Shameless, Bloodline and Time of Our Lives to start.

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    I love my Netflix - it's great for binge watching (and only $10 a month after the free trial).
    Atm I'm watching suits with Hubby and Nashville on my own

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    Netflix hands down.

    Just binge watching the killing (I think @Phony recommended it?). Awesome.

    Love it too for movies and other tv shows I can dip in and out of.

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    Default things to binge watch for a distraction

    Luther! Idris Alba is my hero.
    Bloodline
    The Killing

    All on Netflix
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    Netflix

    Orphan black
    Orange is the new black
    The killing

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    The 100

    Once Upon A Time

    Jessica Jones

    Wentworth

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    Default things to binge watch for a distraction

    In terms of which service to get- all have a 30 day free trial. I got Stan for 30 days then cancelled, got Netflix, cancelled, then got... The other one 😂 can't remember the name. Then all of them you can pay month by month so you can binge watch what you like and then cancel and re-sub to another. But Netflix is definitely the best.

    ETA Presto was the third. It was awful!

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    Default things to binge watch for a distraction

    The Affair

    Making of a Murderer

    Are the two series I've binged watched in recent times.

    Love Netflix, I haven't tried Stan.


 

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