Halloween is officially over (though we're still finding bite-size bags of M&Ms stuffed in odd places), and although this means that summer is now a distant memory, it also means we can now roll into the festive season largely uninterrupted.
Prepare for cosy evenings in wearing cashmere, drinking mulled wine and eating Terry's Chocolate Oranges. We are carrying one thing through the seasons: Netflix.
Having down time is important whatever the season and the streaming site have got some brilliant watches in November - including a new series of Queer Eye - this season the gang take on Japan - and Vanessa Hudgens in another cringe-worthy, but oh-so-watchable Christmas movie.
Whether you're looking for insight into the Sufragette movement, a foray into the films that shaped the '80s or a movie you can sing-along to from start to finish, the trusty streaming service has you covered.
So draw the curtains, grab a large glass of red and enjoy November from your sofa. Netflix season has officially arrived!
We don't know about summer lovin' but were certainly lovin' this film this winter, thanks to Netflix now offering it for our viewing pleasure. Follow Sandy and Danny from their holiday romance, through the tribulations of American high school, and out the other side. Turn the volume up, get the snacks out and prepare to sing at the top of your voice and dance on the sofa.
In early 20th-century Britain, the growing suffragette movement forever changes the life of working wife and mother Maud Watts (Carey Mulligan). Galvanised by political activist Emmeline Pankhurst (Meryl Streep), Watts joins a diverse group of women who fight for equality and the right to vote. Faced with increasing police action, Maud and her dedicated suffragettes must play a dangerous game of cat-and-mouse, risking their jobs, homes, family and lives for a just cause.
Available 16th November
Last week Netflix released the special mini-series, Queer Eye: We're in Japan!, which sent the show's beloved Fab Five across the globe to connect cultures and transform lives. The, now infamous, gang head to Tokyo, and what ensues is predictably heartwarming.
It's officially okay to start watching and festive films, and Netflix are the best at this. Yes, they're cheesy, yes, they're predictable and yes, the acting isn't always BAFTA award-winning, but they deliver exactly what we want them too: festive cheer, lots of laughs and a fuzzy love-filled ending. The latest offering is all about a medieval knight transported to the present day, where he falls for a high school science teacher who's disillusioned by love.
Available 21st November
A nostalgic one for anyone who remembers reenacting that Dirty Dancing lift being integral to their teenage years, or cheering on Macaulay Culkin as Kevin McCallister as he defeated the bad guys in Home Alone.
The Movies That Made Us will focus on films from the '80s, with episodes focusing on Die Hard, Ghostbusters, Dirty Dancing, and Home Alone.
Available 29th November
Family dynamics are interesting, and no more so than when you're on holiday together. Throw in a camera crew, a global comedian and a pretty stubborn father, and let the hilarity ensue. Jack Whitehall returns for the third series of his hit show, alongside his father. They have been filming in the UK for a month but their itinerary is also set to take in Arizona and Las Vegas.
Available 6th September
Starring David Tennant, Katherine Kelly and Hayley Atwell, Criminal is another Netflix must-watch this month."This revolutionary procedural comprises 12 unique stories set in 4 different countries: France, Spain, Germany and the UK. It takes place exclusively within the confines of a police interview suite. This stripped down, cat-and-mouse drama focuses on the intense mental conflict between detectives and suspects," Netflix said.
Available 20th September
Liz Gilbert (Julia Roberts) thought she had everything she wanted in life: a home, a husband and a successful career. Now newly divorced and facing a turning point, she finds that she is confused about what is important to her. Daring to step out of her comfort zone, Liz embarks on a quest of self-discovery that takes her to Italy, India and Bali.
We're ALL about stepping out of your comfort zone and experiencing life to the full, go Julia, we're right behind you.
Available 10th September
When the tallest girl in high school falls for a handsome foreign exchange student, she becomes embroiled in a surprising love triangle and realises she's far more than her insecurities about her height have led her to believe.
Available 13th September
This sci-fi thriller starring Kate Bosworth and Alex Pettyfer follows ten people who wake up on a treacherous island, with no memory of how they got there, as they fight to survive. Fans of The Hunger Games and Lost will want to tune in.
Available 27th September
Following Erin and her friends as they grow up in a world of armed police in armoured Land Rovers and British Army check points in 1990s Northern Ireland and attempt to navigate the highs and lows of being teenagers.
Jane the Virgin is back for its fifth and final season (sob) and opens with Jane struggling to cope with the fact that Michael, who now goes by the name of Jason and suffers from amnesia, has returned from the dead. Though there is the usual JTV humour, this season also grapples with the topics of Catholic guilt, divorce and the complex nature of feelings.
Available 8th August
lison Brie, Marc Maron and the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling are officially headed to Las Vegas for this next season of the hit Netflix original. For once, everything seems to be going well for Ruth. She’s got a boyfriend, and her job is going well, but she can't seem to shake a niggling feeling inside...
Available 9th August
First Dates favourite, Fred Sirieix oversees a battle for investment between three new restaurant ideas: a bao bun concept, a Burmese supper club and a vegan rice-bowl stall hope for investment. Who will prevail, and receive the investment that could catapult them into the overcrowded restaurant scene?
Available 27th August
This film needs little introduction, it's the ultimate laugh-out-loud comedy full of famous faces as two old friends navigate their way through a proposal, a hen and not-so-welcome new pals. It's an honest look at life in all it's imperfections and how one event can impact so many - , if you've ever tried planning a hen party, you'll recognise several of the situations. We. Cannot. Wait!
Available 1st July
We've got good news and bad news. The good news is that the ladies of Litchfield are back for another series, the bad news? This will be the last, no more delving behind the bars of the world's most famous women's prison.
Season seven will follow Piper’s path after prison as she navigates the outside world – while less fortunate inmates remain behind bars.
Available 26th July
We CANNOT wait for this cast - I mean, just look at Blake Lively in this photo! This movie follows the story of Stephanie (Anna Kendrick), a 'mommy vlogger' seeking to uncover the truth behind her best friend Emily's (Blake Lively) sudden disappearance from their small town.
Available 14th July
Our favourite Canadian comedian is back on the little screen this July with her latest standup: Glitter Room - sounds fun, doesn't it? Filmed in LA during her tour, this Netflix special sees us run through a range of topics from gender-politics to relationship woes.
Available 1st July
Jane (Meryl Streep), a successful restaurateur, has been divorced from Jake (Alec Baldwin) for many years, although they remain friends. When an innocent meal together turns into an affair, Jane finds that she is the other woman in the now-remarried Jake's life.
Available 1st July
Emily Blunt and Matt Damon star in this science fiction thriller. When the pair meet, one running for senate and other a ballet dancer, they soon find that there are mysterious men conspiring to keep them apart, but why? WHY?!
Available 1st July
This American science fiction drama web television series will premiere on Netflix this July. It follows the story of an astronaut and a space crew, who are on a mission to investigate the origins of an alien artifact that mysteriously appeared on Earth. As the crew attempt to search for alien intelligence, they face inexplicable horrors that might signal the end of their mission.
Available 25th July
YAS QUEEN, another season of the fabulous Queer Eye is coming to Netflix and so we will be blocking out our diary from the 19th onwards. The first episode sees the Fab Five journey to Las Vegas to assist magician and fire-eater Max Clever, whose ramshackle abode also houses an Elvis-impersonating dog, 109 doves, two parrots and a rabbit.
Available 19th July
Tessa Young is a dedicated student, dutiful daughter and loyal girlfriend to her high school sweetheart. Entering her first semester of college, Tessa's guarded world opens up when she meets Hardin Scott, a mysterious and brooding rebel who makes her question all she thought she knew about herself.
Available 12th July
Jerry Seinfeld whizzes around with comedians in his fancy cars talking about life over coffee. It's a little bit like a longer version of "Carpool Karaoke", minus all the gimmicks.
Available 19th July
After 10 years of marriage and two children, it seems that Greg Focker (Ben Stiller) has finally earned a place in the "circle of trust" of his uptight father-in-law, Jack (Robert De Niro). Obviously though, that would be no fun, so prepare for more father-in-law nightmares and hilarity along the way.
Available 1st June
YES, Black Mirror is indeed coming back to our smaller screens in June with a star-studded cast including Miley Cyrus, Andrew Scott and Anthony Mackie. Three new episodes of the Emmy-winning sci-fi drama series will be released.
Available 5th June
Our one true TV narrator love, David Attenborough, takes us on a breathtaking exploration of the world's vast oceans, hourlong episodes capture animals and other living organisms in their natural habitat, presenting viewers with a fascinating insight into what life is like underwater.
Available 10th June
In a mix of fact and fantasy, Martin Scorsese looks back at Bob Dylan's 1975 Rolling Thunder Revue tour and a time of reinvention.
Available 12th June
A New York cop and his wife go on a European vacation to reinvigorate the spark in their marriage. A chance encounter leads to them being framed for the murder of an elderly billionaire. Expect mystery, comedy and fabulous acting from our favourite, Jennifer Aniston.
Available 14th June