StreamTeam: Previously On NETFLIX – March

Welcome to our first month of ‘Previously on Netflix‘ a new monthly link up hosted by Laura from and myself.
As you might already know I’m part of the NETFLIX Stream Team and so is my NETFLIX BFF Laura and a few other bloggers part of this awesome team. So here is just a monthly linkup where you can link up your NETFLIX post, please bare in mind you do not have to be part of the Stream Team to link up your NETFLIX posts you can simply be a NETFLIX lover just like the rest of us.
It’s all about inspiration (I love a bit of inspiration) – I love watching movies and TV Shows, I could binge all day. Since I first got my account in June 2014 I’ve managed (don’t ask me how, I have a life. I promise) to binge on 19 TV shows & I cant wait to share what I thought about all of them. So if you get stuck on what to watch next simply come have a look at my previous stream team posts to have a peek.
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For March and Mothers Day – I’ve been watching The Good Wife for a lovely bit of Me Time.
Alicia Florrick (Julianna Margulieshas been a good wife to her husband Peter Florrick (Chris Noth -Mr Big for all the Sex and the City lovers out there), a former state’s attorney. After a very humiliating sex and corruption scandal… It’s major, he is behind bars. She must now provide for her family and returns to work as a litigator in a law firm.

When I watch a TV show I have to be able to find the characters relatable and I have found a bond with all of them. Not until I started watching Scandal and How to Get Away With Murder I hadn’t been very keen on Legal drama’s give me a good sci-fi any day but I have warmed to all of these woman with major ‘power’ roles, I’m loving it. I find this one even more interesting as Alicia is a mother so not only does she have to mange a public scandal, going back to work to support her family but raising teenagers – and she’s doing a pretty good job at it.

Previously on Netflix - The Good Wife

Previously On Netflix - The Good Wife

On the kids front – I’m loving the new update for the kids browser, it’s so much easier to navigate. I would get frustrated when searching what was on or whats new for Hayden to watch so I welcome this update with open arms.

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Incase you didn’t know parental control can be applied to any account.
Netflix parental controls consist of four maturity levels:

  • Little Kids – Watch movies and TV shows suitable for all ages.
  • Older Kids – Watch movies and TV shows suitable for older kids.
  • Teens – Watch movies and TV shows suitable for teens.
  • Adults – Watch all movies and TV shows, including mature content.

You can set parental controls on individual profiles by clicking Edit for the profile and then changing the parental control setting from the drop-down menu.

For more information head on over to Netflix Parental Control

Until Next Time… Charlotte x
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