Netflix this April

Have you ever had trouble with lies, afraid the ugly truth will come out?

Taken something that didn’t belong to you, watched your back, danced with the Devil?

Have you snuck around, covered your tracks, and played dumb?

Shhh, don’t tell me.

Netflix is all about the secrets this month as they follow a family caught between the truth and a lie in Bloodline.

So good you won’t be able to stop watching after one episode!

Bloodline has been quoted as a “searing family drama.”


One that you won’t be able to stop watching, biting your nails, shoving in popcorn, sitting on the edge of your seat.

From the reviews it’s an excellent watch and one that will be making it onto my list for sure!

Along with Bloodline don’t forget to check out the other range of titles Netflix has to offer,

For littles:






My daughter loves Curious George and gives Clifford two thumbs up!

For teens:



Even my daughter watches H2O and Monster High, she loves the mermaids and the interesting hijinks they get into.

For Bigs:



Pretty Little Liars is one of my favourite shows and keeps me on the edge of my seat! I will be adding Bloodline soon, as I said above, and can’t wait.

What suspenseful shows are you watching right now?

What are you looking forward to starting?

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