If you’re like me, you binged through Breaking Bad on Netflix in, well, a very short amount of time. Experiencing some major withdrawals like me? It’s OK, there’s plenty more movies and TV shows to keep you entertained.

Here’s what I’m watching – let me know your recommendations in the comments below!

  • A Dark Truth (Movie) – To expose a bloody corporate cover-up, an ex CIA agent must rescue a desperate activist and his wife who have escaped with proof of the crime. Stars Andy Garcia and Kim Coates. Director Damian Lee won Best Director at Boston Film Festival 2012. Available on Netflix.
  • Act Like You Love Me (Movie) – When Kelly’s sister hires a gorgeous actor to pose as Kelly’s boyfriend for a party, it isn’t long before the charade turns into genuine affection. Stars Essence Adams and Christian Keyes. Available on Netflix.
  • World War Z (Movie) – How would the world respond to a real-life zombie epidemic?  Brad Pitt’s IN Advisor sets out on a global search to figure out how to stop the world from becoming the planet of the living dead. Also stars Mireille Enos and Eric West. Available on Now TV.
  • Angels Sing (Movie) -After moving into a neighborhood drenched in holiday spirit, a man whose brother died at Christmas years before begins to see beyond his own sadness. Stars Harry Connick Jr and Connie Britton. Available on Netflix.
  • The Smoke (Series) – Feel the heat in this adrenaline-fueled firefighter drama from the makers of Spooks. Stars Jamie Bamber (Law & Order UK) and Jodie Whittaker (Broadchurch). Available on Now TV.
  • Suits (Series) -Lawyers need to be clever, cunning and silver-tongued. Actually going to law school is optional, right? Available on Netflix.
  • The Call Centre (Series) -The Fly on the wall documentary series following the ups and downs of Swansea call Centre CEO Nev Wilshire and his staff of extraordinary characters. Commercial Director Phil Wilshire has an idea to lift spirits and put him on the map. Available on BBC iPlayer.
  • Kirsty’s Best of Both Worlds (Series) – Kirsty Allsopp helps house buyers negotiate the tug of war between town and country showing that you can have both the rural idyll and the fun of the big city – if you know where to look. Available on 4OD.
  • Ironside (Series) – A reimagining of the 70’s TV show originally starring Raymond Burr, but any resemblance to Burr’s character stops with the wheelchair and the flair for cracking crime (Crime Drama). Available on Demand5.

A Golden Oldie:

  • The Tudors (Series) – All the splendour and scandal of England’s 16th Century royal court comes to life in this series that follows notorious Tudor monarch Henry VIII. Stars Jonathan Rhys Meyers and Henry Cavill. Available on Netflix.

 

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  • vandalbulldog

    You can’t ignore the brilliant Dusk til Dawn original NEXTFLIX series. Based on the original Movie “A Texas Ranger is in hot pursuit of the infamous Gecko brothers.”. Winner!!!

    • http://www.roku.com/ ROKU

      Thanks for the recommendation!

  • Bill

    ‘The Next Three Days’ with Russell Crowe (Netflix). Surprisingly good, and tense, once it gets going, if a bit unbelievable at times….. Also: The LookOut, also on Netflix.

    • http://www.roku.com/ ROKU

      We’ll check it out!

  • SB_Guy

    The selection of Netflix streaming movies above 2 stars is pretty poor.