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This New Netflix Series Has Serious 'About Time' Vibes

Deborah Cicurel

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This New Netflix Series Has Serious 'About Time' Vibes

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Which of us hasn't gone through a breakup and wished we could go back in time and change things? Well, a new Netflix series focuses on that exact topic.

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Credit: Netflix

Twice Upon A Time is a romantic series that focuses on a man called Vincent who is heartbroken after a break up, and who receives a mysterious package: a cube with no bottom.

The man crawls into the cube, and when he crawls out, he seems to have crawled into the past, being reunited with his ex girlfriend, Louise. Vincent seems to have travelled nine months back in time without meaning to.

However, not all goes smoothly, as is often the way with time-travelling dramas: messing with the past can alter the future.

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Credit: Netflix

Made up of four episodes, the series is originally in French, but you can either watch with English subtitles or dub it in English.

Starring Gaspard Ulliel and Freya Mavor, and created by Guillaume Nicloux, the entire series is now available to watch on Netflix.

If you loved the 2013 movie About Time, starring Domhnall Gleeson, Rachel McAdams and Bill Nighy, and written and directed by Richard Curtis, and also featuring a time-travelling man trying to change his life, you'll definitely love this one.

Credit: Universal Pictures
Credit: Universal Pictures

In other Netflix news, there's plenty to binge watch once you've finished time travelling in French.

To those who loved creepy psychological thriller You, you'll be delighted to hear that the third season has reportedly been approved, bringing you another series of psychopathic thrills.

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And if staying up all night watching scary series on your own is your idea of a good time, then you'll also need to make time this weekend to watch Netflix's latest true crime Don't F*ck With Cats.

Following the sick crimes of killer Luka Magnotta and the online community who hunted him down, it's reportedly so terrifying that after watching it, viewers are having to sleep with the light on.

Twice Upon A Time is available to stream on Netflix now.

Topics: TV News, TV Entertainment

Deborah Cicurel
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