6 UK Netflix Series to Binge watch in 2021

When it comes to Netflix series, the UK library of Netflix offers some of the best selections based on the show's quality. With the list of hundreds of shows to enjoy, we have selected our favorites that will leave you wanting more. Enjoy our pick on UK Netflix, and if you are not living in the UK, there is no need to worry. You can select any VPN from the list of the best Netflix VPN for UK, connect to the UK server, and enjoy the series. 

Netflix is rightfully considered to be the king of entertainment. Catering to every mood can provide you with a vast selection that you don't have to wonder what to watch anymore. The content choice is one of the main reasons Netflix is better than other streaming sites, including Disney Plus, Hulu, HBO Max, and Hulu. 

Another reason for favoring Netflix is its user interface, especially on Android and iOS devices. With an easy, interactive, and visually appealing interface, you are one step away from getting addicted to Netflix. As we have discussed why we love Netflix, here is the list of the series that will prove that our love is based on our desire to enjoy fantastic content.

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Surfshark VPN Review – An affordable VPN with unlimited devices and Netflix

I have reviewed a few VPN services recently, all of which have been quite good, but I am always on the lookout for new affordable options. Surfshark appears to be a relatively new VPN for Android and Windows, but with their current Christmas promotion, they are quite an appealing choice. At the moment you can … Read more

Amazon Fire TV 4K (2017) Review

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Google Chromecast Review

Googe released the Chromecast in the States several months ago acclaim. This diminutive device plugs directly into your TV HDMI socket which then allows you to stream media from a connected device such as a Android Phone or Laptop directly to the TV.

Unfortunately at the moment this device does not natively cast any content you want to the TV, but instead is restricted to certain applications including: Netflix, BBC iPlayer, YourTube and Google Play movies. However software is gradually being released that is compatible with Chromecast and functionality should improve exponentially over the next few months.

Unlike other solutions such as Apple TV or Roku this device costs just £30 which makes it extremely affordable. We picked one up even though we had no real intention of using it frequently!

Set up is extremely easy, you just plug it into the HDMI socket and connect the power lead, if you TV has a powered USB socket this will do, alternatively you can use the plug adapter provided. You then search for the device with the Chromecast app and follow the set up instructions. It took a couple of minutes at the most for us.

Once set up using the stick is also a breeze. You just load up your Chromecast compatible app select what you want to play and then select it to play on your device, a few seconds later it should start playing on your TV.


We mainly experimented with Netflix and found the experience extremely pleasant, it is a little slower than playing directly on your device and for the first 30 seconds or so it played at a low quality stream, but eventually everything cleared up and the image quality was excellent.

Functionality can be extended with applications such as AllCast which will allow you to stream media from other sources including a Plex Server, Dropbox and local files on your phone.

Media Browser is an app for iOS and Android that streams media content stored on any computer in the house, giving the Chromecast home theater PC  granting capabilities.

Unfortunately streaming from services other than iPlayer are nonexistent at the moment there is no Sky, 40D, ITV Player, BT Sport, Demand 5, Blinkbox, or Amazon Instant.  We some if not most of these will be available eventually however Amazon could be unlikely as they are rumoured to be releasing their own streaming device anytime soon.

Music is also lacking and we really hope that Spotify will be supported soon as it will be really useful.

Overall for the price there is a lot to like about Chromecast. If you have an old dumb TV then this can be an absolutely fantastic addition. If you have a new TV, then a lot of the Chromecast features will be made redundant, but at £30 we still feel it is a worthwhile investment as a backup device. As more compatible Apps are released this will become an absolute must have.

If you would like more information our friends over at Currys have an unboxing and in-depth review of the Google Chromecast

And you can buy the Google Chromecast here

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