Indulge in some screen time this winter

With extended periods at home and winter on our doorstep, indulge in the luxury of some great film and television by checking out our specially selected list of films, documentaries and TV series.

, is a documentary about former first lady Michelle Obama’s book tour. If you need a little inspiration, stream this now.

'Hollywood’ is about aspiring actors and film industry people set in Post-World War 2 Hollywood. It has some fictional characters, but don't be fooled, this is not a true story. It's an alternative history of tinsel town that plays with the idea of 'what could have been' if talent reigned over all else.

We also recommend the documentary 'The Last Dance' about Michael Jordan's career and the dominance of the Chicago Bulls Basketball franchise.

The 'First Wives Club' TV series is a complete reboot of the original comedy film from 1996. It tracks the ups and downs of three friends who are divorced women in modern U.S.A. 

Also, check out Australian drama 'Bloom’, and the U.S. TV series 'The Bold Type’ which is a cross between ‘Devil Wears Prada’ and ‘Gossip Girl’.

‘Mrs America’
, starring Cate Blanchett, is set in 1970's U.S.A and is loosely based on the true stories around women's rights conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly. Based on a greedy media baron named Logan and his family ‘Succession’ is entirely binge-worthy.

Also worth watching, hugely successful ‘Wentworth’ (if you haven’t already). Think Orange is the New Black, but in Australia.

Check out this Amazon original ‘Bosch' from the writers of 'The Wire'. This is a gritty series about an L.A.P.D. detective trying to solve the death of a 13-year-old boy, but there is a catch as the detective is on trial himself for the murder of a serial killer. Eek!

From the Producers of 'House of Cards' you must see 'The Morning Show’ starring Jennifer Aniston and Steve Carrell. This TV drama is all about, well, morning TV!

Ever wondered what might happen if the Russians won the space race? Well, now you can watch it imagined through the Apple TV series 'For All Mankind'.

Stay warm and enjoy!