by team nuut
Fresh out of books and podcasts? There is no better time than right now for a good comfort watch, be it thrilling, informative, saucy or rib-splittingly funny.
A financial adviser with a wonderfully dry sense of humour (Jason Bateman) drags his wife (Laura Linney) and kids from Chicago to the Missouri Ozarks, where he launders money to appease a cranky drug boss. Season 3 out now. Brilliant. (Netflix)
Thrill seekers should tune into this Australian six-part ‘domestic noir’ series about the unlikely friendship between two pregnant women, their desire for the perfect life, and their dark and deadly secrets. So good it will keep you all night. (10Play)
We inhaled season 3 of Sex Education, a super cool and very funny series that follows the lives, insecurities, and sexual hang-ups of the students, parents, and teachers of Moordale High School. Apart from a fantastic story line and sharp script, the Welsh countryside is breathtakingly gorgeous and the set design fabulously quirky. A must-watch. (Netflix)
The disturbing story of one of Canada’s most infamous crimes, the murder of Lin Jun killed by narcissist Luka Magnotta, who courted internet infamy before the murder by circulating videos of himself killing kittens. A hard to watch but extraordinarily well-made documentary. (Netflix)
A revolutionary documentary about meat, protein and strength, and the benefits of plant-based eating for athletes. The film follows the story of mixed martial arts fighter James Wilks who whilst in recovery for an injury, explores the science behind omnivorous and vegan diets. His findings are so profound, he travels the world to discuss his findings with elite plant-eating athletes. Truly thought provoking, this doco has the nuut tick of approval. (Netflix)
Ten seasons of laugh-out loud funnies and cool 90s references is guaranteed to keep you well entertained. (Stan)
Check in with Don Dapper, sorry Draper (Jon Hamm), as he navigates the tricky and tempting balance between his exceptional professional life and wavering personal life in the 1960s. Total style porn. (Netflix)
1/4 cup popcorn kernels
2 tablespoons nuut (whichever blend you prefer)
1/8 teaspoon cayenne pepper
2 teaspoons coconut sugar
1/4 teaspoon sea salt
Prepare popcorn in a popcorn maker or on the stove top. In a small bowl, add the nuut, cayenne pepper, coconut sugar and sea salt and combine. Place the popped popcorn in a large bowl and coat with the nuuty mixture. Toss well until evenly coated and enjoy. Serves 2.