Were you a fan of the Karate Kid films? Then Cobra Kai is the series for you! The series follows the antagonist from the 1980s film. Johnny Lawrence is a burnt-out ex-bully who is trying to make up for the mistakes he made 35 years earlier.
While the show can be both easy-going and light hearted, it’s also not afraid to explore mature themes such as growing old, family dynamics and nostalgia. It’s also full of action-packed karate scenes along with 80s rock music.
With a critics’ rating of 100% on Rotten Tomatoes this series is a must-see for anyone who enjoyed the original films.
The language is accessible to all levels, and the English is easy to understand. The older characters use some phrases that were popular in the 80s, which highlights the differences between the age groups in the show. You’ll also hear what slang is being used by kids today which is just as confusing for their parents!
Each episode is 30 minutes long so it’s easy for you to keep focused. Perfect for binge watching during lockdown with season 3 available on Netflix now!
This documentary series about the life of an Oklahoma zookeeper Joe Exotic has been the show on everyone’s lips in 2020. This show is an insight into the shady world of owning exotic animals.
Rivalry, guns, big cats, and murder-for-hire this investigative documentary will have you glued to the screen throughout the show.
This show will exceed your expectations time and time again!
Make sure you watch the lunacy with your housemates and a whole lot of popcorn.
The participants of the documentary can be difficult to understand at times as many of them have thick Oklahoman accents! Even advanced students might find themselves turning on the subtitles at times, but don’t worry! It’s important to experience new dialects and to challenge yourself.
The documentary is engaging and easy to follow despite how ridiculous it gets.
You might think that New Girl is like any other sitcom; a group of friends living in a big city and basically just another carbon-copy of friends, but New Girl couldn’t be more different! New Girl is perfect if you’re looking for something that isn’t as plain as Friends but isn’t as dark as It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
New Girl is a bright and bubbly sitcom that focuses around Jess (played by Zoey Deschanel). Recently dumped and down on her luck Jess moves into an apartment with three strangers she met on Craigslist.
Each character is quirky in their own right, Jess is an awkward substitute teacher, Nick is an alcoholic bartender, Schmidt a superficial narcissist and Winston is an eccentric ex-basketball player. The only character with a stable career is Jess’ childhood friend Cece; the fashion model.
The language is simple to understand and the American accent is clear and easy to pick up on. It also has a great plot sprinkled with plenty of physical comedy!