NETFLIX in Africa – What to Watch (Week 1)

Last month, we posted an article showing that NETFLIX had now opened up streaming in almost every country in the world with the exception of CHINA.

Since every country in AFRICA can now stream NETFLIX,  we promised to deliver a new segment titled “WHAT TO WATCH” and today, we are starting to deliver on that promise. Here are our recommendations on 5 different genres.


The November Man (currently rated 4 Stars ****) – Former Bond, Pierce Brosnan delivers a mind-blowing picture as a CIA Agent who comes out of retirement to protect an important witness.





Making a Murderer  (currently rated 5 Stars *****) – If you’ve been on social media these past few days, you probably read several posts on Steven Avery and #MakingAMurderer – This is a true life NETFLIX series filmed over 10 years and follows a man exonerated by DNA after spending  18 years in prison for a grisly crime he probably didn’t commit.






Black OR White (currently rated 5 Stars *****) – We absolutely fell in love with this movie and have watched it several times. This movie features Kevin Cosner, a widowed Lawyer and struggling alcoholic who tries to retain custody of his bi-racial Granddaughter while facing a ruthless and relentless the little girl’s paternal Grandmother who consistently attacks his competence as a Grandparent.



Kevin Hart’s I’m a Grown Little Man (currently rated 4.5 Stars ****) – Just looking for a kick up your feet kinda a stand-up comedy, then this is for you. Kevin Hart cracks your ribs as he delivers skids on race, family and life.



HOME (currently rated 5 Stars *****)- If you haven’t seen this movie, please gather the family, get some snacks, kick up your feet and get ready to bee entertained as delivers an amazing performance as a child who gets left behind and tries to look for her mom with an new alien misfit friend after an invasion on earth.



Have any other suggestions for fans? Be kind enough to let them know in the comment box below



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