Not a Cricket Fan? Here is Your Fix for the Season

A Potpourri of Vestiges Feature

Just not that into cricket? Don’t fear an empty social calendar when everyone--from your partner to your friends and family--is talking wickets and runs, because Netflix is on your team. And if your partner is hogging the screen all evening, up your own game by downloading your favourite shows, so your binge never stops.

Catch up on these great shows during the crazy cricket season and you'll never get bored again.

For a bucket full of laughs:
One Day at a time: Season 1-2
Follows three generations of the same Cuban-American family living in the same house: a newly divorced former military mother, her teenage daughter and tween son, and her old-school mother

Greg Davies: You magnificent beast
British comedian Greg Davies revisits terrifying dates, manscaping disasters, his father's pranks and more in a savagely funny stand-up special

For an intense watch:
Hannibal: Season 1-3
Explores the early relationship between the renowned psychiatrist and his patient, a young FBI criminal profiler, who is haunted by his ability to empathize with serial killers

3%: Season 1-2
A thriller set in a world sharply divided between progress and devastation, where people are given the chance to make it to the "better side" but only 3% of the candidates succeed.

For a horror fix:
Described as the “scariest movie ever”, the film is about a teen girl who finds herself besieged by an evil supernatural force after she played Ouija with two classmates.

Gerald’s Game
A woman accidentally kills her husband during a kinky game. Handcuffed to her bed with no hope of rescue, she begins hearing voices and seeing strange visions. Based on the novel by Stephen King.
For the love of Food:
Chef’s Table: Volume 1-4
Meet culinary stars around the world who are redefining gourmet food with innovative dishes and tantalizing desserts, in this Emmy-nominated series

Ugly Delicious
James Beard Award-winning chef David Chang stars in this travelogue that sends him on a journey to culinary hot spots around the world. He is joined by writers, activists, artists and other chefs who use food as a vehicle to break down cultural barriers and tackle misconceptions.

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