Netflix recommendations of the week


1. The suspenseful Korean zombie drama Happiness, which airs from April 12

Before the popular drakor All of Us Are Dead was released, there was actually a drama that told a tense struggle against zombies. Well, the drama is Happiness (2021), which previously aired on tvN.

Both tell the story of the post-apocalyptic zombie era, Happiness tells how the zombie virus came from a COVID-19 drug that failed. While All of Us Are Dead involves school children, Happiness is set in a luxurious apartment complex with adult characters.

2. Take a trip to the national parks of various countries with former president Barack Obama in Our Great National Parks which airs starting April 13.

For you nature lovers, this documentary series will be an interesting spectacle this week. Consisting of five parts, Our Great National Parks will also showcase the beauty of one of Indonesia’s national parks, namely Gunung Leuser National Park. In addition to presenting various natural wonders and wildlife, this documentary narrated by Barack Obama also has beautiful visuals and is pleasing to the eye.

3. Curious about the story of Asa Butterfield and Iola Evans who are trapped in the world of horror video games? Watch Choose or Die starting April 15th.

For those of you who like Squid Game (2021) and Alice in Borderland (2020), Choose or Die must be on your watch list this week. This film will feature a suspenseful horror-filled action from Asa Butterfield and Iola Evans who are tempted by a chance to win a lot of money. They were finally trapped into the world of video games in the 1980s which was full of terror.

4. Drama-period from Spain, Heirs to the Land which airs from April 15th.

Set in the 14th century in Barcelona, ​​Spain, Heirs to the Land focuses on the story of Hugo Llor who spends most of his time on the ship. Since childhood, he did not have a house so he lived in a shipyard.

Hugo aspires to become a shipbuilder when he grows up. The series, which was adapted from the novel of the same name (Los herederos d ela tierra) by Ildefonso Falcones, will show the twists and turns of Hugo’s challenging journey.

5. The story of a mother who wants to take revenge for the death of her son in the Indian series, Mai which airs from April 15.

This series is about a mother (Sakshi Tanwar) who witnessed her own child being hit by a truck. Not just an accident, he realized that his son’s death occurred because the child wanted to share important information before being hit.

Obviously, the person who hit him didn’t want the information to be leaked. Full of anger and revenge, the mother tries to find out the person behind her son’s death and is willing to do anything to avenge her.

6. Drama anthology about the scandal of the elite class in London in Anatomy of a Scandal which airs from 15 April.

For those of you who are interested in scandalous crime dramas, Anatomy of a Scandal is the right spectacle. The series, which was adapted from the novel of the same name by Sarah Vaughan, consists of six episodes.

The story focuses on the luxurious and comfortable life of Sophie (Sienna Miller) as the wife of the famous politician James (Rupert Friend). Her life changes when a scandalous secret is revealed and her husband is involved in a shocking criminal case.

7. Watch The Man of God, an intense Nigerian drama starting April 16.

This film is about Samuel Obalolu, the eldest son of a ‘fanatic’ and strict priest. Feeling pressured by the religious teachings, Samuel finally “freed himself” from the upbringing that made him feel oppressed as a priest’s son.

Full of emotional journey to success, Samuel ironically found himself behind the pulpit. He is trapped by a deep hatred for his past relationship and this becomes a threat to his life and the success he has achieved.