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ESP’S NEW COLUMNIST JUGGY HAS HIS TOP 3 SHOWS TO BINGE WATCH

ESP’s newest columnist Juggy is usually out an about getting your views on the latest topics that are on his mind in his feature #GettingJuggyWithit. For now he’s staying safely at home bringing you the best of the internet to keep you sane during lockdown…

Welcome to a new feature I’m doing online for you all during lockdown.

This is to give you my top three suggestions of things to keep you motivated and most importantly to occupy you, while we all stay at home!

I have all bases covered, you might have the fitness bug and be right into the home workouts or perhaps a bit of a couch potato and Netflix & chilling might be how your spending your time.

Either way I’m bringing you my Top 3 things I recommend to get you through the coming weeks and this time it’s the best of TV to binge watch…

Top 3 TV Series to Binge Watch:

  1. Money Heist – This Netflix show is an absolute treat for binge watchers who like a series to occupy their time and take them away from reality for 50 minutes. The Spanish television series tells the story of a criminal mastermind, who has a plan to pull off the biggest heist in recorded history, which is to print billions of euros in the Royal Mint of Spain. A great cast, action packed drama and superb story telling with cliff hangers that will keep you watching for all four series.
  2. Friday Night Dinner – If you need some light-hearted, casual viewing this series delivers on this front. It’ a half hour comedy which you can watch via All 4, that involves a Jewish family getting together every Friday night for dinner, simple premise right? The twist being every week there seems to be comedic chaos that thwarts the dinner plans. Tamsin Greig and Inbetweeners actor Simon Bird star and the sixth series is currently airing on Channel 4, so now is perfect to catch up and get that family fix we are all missing at the moment.
  3. Eastenders – The good old BBC One soap that recently celebrated its 35th anniversary on air by staging a high octane boat crash on the River Thames. Sometimes you just need to be absorbed by kitchen sink drama and Eastenders pulls out all the stops with great characters, yes the Mitchells and Kat Slater are still propping up the bar in The Queen Vic, epic storylines with Linda Carter’s alcoholism proving captivating viewing and the misery they go through just makes you feel pretty good about your own life.

Stay safe at home and binge watch your favourites!

Juggy

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