What’s on Netflix tonight? From 365 DNI to David Beckham: Into The Unknown, here’s what to stream – The Sun

AFTER finishing your working from home shifts and sweating through your online workouts, there's nothing better than unwinding with a good-old classic movie or a new hit-series.

Netflix has been updating its platform with new shows on a regular basis and today's no different, here's a look of what you can catch later on tonight.

  • The 20 best series on Netflix
  • The 25 best films on Netflix

365 DNI

If you want to spice up your evenings on lockdown, 365 DNI has been dubbed as the Polish answer to Fifty Shades Of Grey.

365 DNI (365 Days) is a Polish erotic romantic drama based on Blanka Lipinska's novel of the same name.

The film is centred around two main characters, Massimo and Laura, Massimo is a member of the Sicilian mafia family and Laura is a sales director.

On a trip to Sicily, Massimo kidnaps Laura, giving her 365 days to fall in love him.

After its initial release in February 2020, it hasn't taken long to be available on Netflix and viewers can catch it later on tonight,  Tuesday, April 7, 2020.

Brexit: The Uncivil War

Now that Brexit is finally moving forward, this British drama depicts the lead-up to the referendum, through the actions of the Vote Leave campaign.

Although it is just being shown on Netflix, it has already aired on Channel 4 and in the US, on HBO.

Benedict Cumberbatch (Hawking, Sherlock, Avengers) takes the lead in the show and plays Dominic Cummings, campaign director of the Vote Leave group.

David Beckham: Into The Unknown

David Beckham has transcended his football background and become a global star.

Since his retirement from the game, he has had a lot more time on his hands to do whatever he wants.

This time around, he has chosen to go on an adventure and with three pals along for the ride.

He begins the trip in Brazil, where he gets involved in foot-volleyball on the beaches of Rio, and ends up in the Amazon rain-forest trying to explain the dynamics of football to a bewildered tribe.

Dawn French: 30 Million Minutes

In this one woman show, Dawn French takes the audience on a journey through her many delights and riches, with some tribulations thrown in the mix.

Dawn speaks about the lessons life has taught her, and the things she knows to be true, putting her unique comedic spin on it.

She is best known for writing and starring in BBC comedy-sketch show, French & Saunders comedy partner Jennifer Saunders, with whom she won a Bafta Fellowship Award with.

Revolutions: The Ideas That changed the World

From the beginning of time, the world has been in a constant flux of change, which is critical to the development of the planet and its inhabitants.

This series, produced by Jim Al-Khalili, explores the extraordinary story of six remarkable inventions: The Aeroplane, The Car, The Rocket, The Smartphone, The Telescope and The Robot.

It reveals how science, invention and technology build on one another to change everything, and celebrates the achievements of some of the greatest minds in human history.

If none of these titles has the wow factor for you, there's plenty of other titles that Netflix has at its disposal to keep you entertained as you relax tonight.

If you want to gain some entrepreneurial spirit while home from work, look no further for inspiration than Self Made: Inspired By The Life Of Madame C.J. Walker, America's first female self-made millionaire.

Pandemic, the Netflix documentary is sure to get you thinking as health workers battle a virus and look at how to prevent future outbreaks.

If you're interested in the Jewish culture, then mini series Unorthodox should keep you entertained, in its four episodes it follows the story of a young Jewish female who wants a change from her Jewish upringing.

Here's a full list of Netflix titles for you to choose from this month.



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