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YOUR STREAMING ESSENTIALS

There’s something to watch for everyone this month, from a marmalade-mad bear to the rise of the Anti-Christ. Hmm, there’s an idea for a crossover…

NETFLIX

The Dragon Prince (S1)

Avatar: The Last Airbender was a prime example of how cartoons can be enjoyed by adults, even without fart jokes and violence. Next up from the Avatar writer is The Dragon Prince, which delves into the world of fantasy.

BoJack Horseman (S5)

Despite the cartoon animals and multitude of punny jokes, BoJack Horseman may just be the most depressing show on television right now. Don’t let that stop you watching it, though – this is pure TV gold.

You (S1)

Romance stories have changed a lot since Romeo and Juliet. Now instead of standing under balconies, Netflix drama You shows how men are using tech to convert themselves from stalkers to proper boyfriends.

AMAZON VIDEO

Paddington 2

Paddington is certainly not smarter than the average bear, especially after turning all the prison laundry pink in this sequel. But what he lacks in wit, he makes up for with charm that’s as sweet as a marmalade sandwich.

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