What to watch, if you’re stuck indoors, twiddling your thumbs, because of the ongoing coronavirus crisis?

Yes, we might be in for a long haul; but the Worcester News team has been busy taking a look at the current offerings from Netflix, which are there for you if boredom strikes this weekend and beyond.

Bloodline is a great drama series. It’s a gripping US three-series drama about a family which seems perfect from the outside but is unravelling due to tensions between the three brothers and their sister.

But if it’s comedy you want, why not take a look at Sex Education. We means the series, of course! Real life sex education should be no laughing matter - and quiet at the back there! No, this is a funny and moving British two-series comedy-drama about high school students trying to deal with the many complexities of all things sex, and - even better, the familiar Wye Valley is a location.

If you want a good thriller, take a look The Invitation.

This 2015 chiller looks at what happens when a man accepts an invitation to a dinner party hosted by his ex-wife. It is described as “an unsettling affair that reopens old wounds and creates new tensions”. As it would. It stars Logan Marshall-Green,Tammy Blanchard,Michiel Huisman

Another great film on Netflix is The Irishman, a gangster film from Martin Scorsese and starring Robert De Niro and Al Pacino, which tells the true story of the man who killed Teamsters union boss, Jimmy Hoffa.

The mood is lightened with that Monty Python classic, Life of Brian (Netflix).

What happens if it’s biblical times and you are mistaken for Jesus, while JC himself is actually out and about doing his stuff? This is surreal, anarchic comedy for troubling times.

Back to the drama series category, there is a big vote for Pretty Little Liars.

What happens is you are in an American High School clique, and your leader disappears? The teen drama mystery is loosely based on the novel series by Sara Shepard.

The series You also has its enthusiastic fans.

This American psychological thriller explores what happens when a bookstore manager, who is a also a serial killer on the side, naturally, falls in love with a customer.

His passion soon becomes a delusional obsession, and one that doesn’t include the latest best sellers chart.

The show stars Penn Badgley, Elizabeth Lail, Luca Padovan, Zach Cherry, Shay Mitchell and Ambyr Childers.

Lightening the mood, here’s a big cheer for Gavin & Stacey. Hurrah! Yes, the office consensus is... this show is tremendous. But what do you think?

Returning to the theme of a long haul - why not sit down for adventure with The Lord of the Rings?

The epic is currently available on Netflix, if Orcs and Elves, wizards and dragons, and computer-generated imagery are your kind of bag. The Two Tower and The Return of the King are currently available.

Finally, forget about having no loo roll, and switch on for animated comedy with The Epic Tales of Captain Underpants.