Stay-at-home time means more time to binge-watch, whether it's because of the current quarantine situation, or you're a true blue streaming addict. While the ClickTheCity team gets busy with working from home to bring you #AroundTheCityOnline, we definitely dedicate some sweet screentime to our favorite shows and films.
Want to discover what we're enjoying right now? Then keep tabs on this weekly rundown where we hand-pick some of our favorite shows and films to share to the ClickTheCity community!
1. Kim's Convenience | Watch it on Netflix
"Season 4 just dropped on Netflix over the weekend and I'm so glad to be keeping up with the quirky misadventures of the Kim family! This Canadian sitcom features charming and relatable characters in Korean parents Appa and Umma who run a convenience store, and their kids Janet and Jung, who each have their own career struggles, not to mention having to deal with their overbearing parents. It's a heartwarming and hilarious show about family and friendships, and we get a good look at the immigrant life and Korean culture. Appa (Mr. Kim) reminds me a little of my own dad, and I'm sure you'll find a character that you can easily relate to when you start watching this series. Bonus points: Jung is easy on the eyes (fine, he's pretty hot), and his best friend's name is Kimchee."
2. Money Heist: Part 4 | Watch it on Netflix
"Now on its fourth season, the La Casa de Papel gang is back with even more explosive episodes. What’s interesting and special about this season and all the other seasons that there are, is you won’t exactly know what’s ahead. In an interview I had with them, Alvaro Morte who plays the Professor shares how the production would give them the story chapter by chapter so they would be left surprised as well. Just like the previous season, this season [warning: spoilers ahead] has left us with an even more surprising storyline, flashbacks for some much-needed Berlin screen time, new characters to cheer for (shoutout to you, Manila!) and let us not forget the emotional scar from the death of a well-loved character. This one’s definitely a totally unexpected season yet again. If you’ve been wanting to watch this show but haven’t had the power to do so: this is your sign to start binging it.
3. Reply 1988 | Watch it on Netflix
"I finished rewatching Reply 1988 over the weekend, and though it's the second time I've seen it, I still fell in love with the neighborhood of Ssangmundong and its people all over again. The drama is a slice of life show, so it's nice to see how the relationships of every character change as they mature over the years. If you feel like being nostalgic about the days of your youth with your old friends and family, Reply 1988 is definitely something to watch!
P.S. Jung Hwan deserved better!"
4. Better Call Saul | Watch it on Netflix
"A spin-off series to the hit crime drama show Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul follows the origin story of Heisenberg’s eccentric lawyer Saul Goodman early in his career as James M. McGill Esq. Tested by people who always underestimated him, it is very much interesting watching James try to prove his worth by combining his law practice knowledge with his irrevocable past as the ingenious conman Slippin’ Jimmy. In Breaking Bad, it was a memorable experience watching a science professor break bad and take down the most nefarious criminals of Albuquerque using only his clever science tricks– not to mention, the emotional rollercoaster. This show has its own charm, watching James’ chaotic journey as a rule-breaking lawyer that actually gets the job done. It is currently on its fifth season on Netflix, nearing a finale on season six which is set for release next year."