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6 TV shows to watch from your TV Bed!

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6 TV shows to watch from your TV Bed!

Are you looking to upgrade your bed to a state of the art modern TV Bed? We at the Bed Factory Direct have a wide range of TV beds for you to choose from, and with winter slowly creeping up there is nothing better than getting into bed early to catch up on some shows. Whats even better with a TV Bed, you don’t have to move.
You may be wondering ‘How does a TV bed work?’ well, the TV is electrical and only requires you to press a button and it will automatically raise from the bed, get your remote control close and you will not even have to leave the comfort and warmth of your bed.

We have put together a TV binge guide for you for all the latest must-see shows that will make you never want to leave your new TV bed.
Jason Bateman stars in this moody thriller as the family guy that gets more than
he bargained for with his dodgy dealings with a Mexican drugs cartel. Set in the moody Lake Ozark in Missouri, think ‘Breaking Bad’ mixed with the ‘Accountant’. Sometimes funny and always brooding, this series will fill the Walter White shaped void in all our lives.
13 Reasons Why
 13 Reasons Why is a gripping show that follows the story of Clay Jensen, who receives a box of tapes shortly after school friend Hannah Baker’s tragic suicide. The tapes include the 13 reasons why Hannah chose to end her life, looking at all the different suspects that lead her to make the decision. The series can be a little confusing with the flashbacks to before and after Hannah’s death, however, the traumatic yet important story pulls you in and keeps you wanting to know more. With a second series on the way, I am certainly excited to watch.
The OA
The OA (Standing for The Original Angel) focuses on Prairie Johnson, an adopted woman who returns after having been missing for seven years. Upon her return, she calls herself “The OA”, with scars on her back, and can see, despite having been blind when she disappeared. The OA refuses to tell the police and parents where she has been and how her eyesight was restored. Instead, she quickly assembles a team of five locals to whom she reveals her story. Finally, she asks for their help to save the other missing people who she claims she can rescue by opening a portal to another dimension. The series is a gripping drama that some may not understand but if you focus and listen properly then the story becomes very clear.
The series follows James St. Patrick, nicknamed “Ghost”, who is a major part of New York Cities biggest drug network, as well as the owner of “Truth” nightclub, used to ‘clean’ the drug money. We see Ghost struggle to balance his two lives, which becomes harder when he realizes he wants to leave the drug world in order to support his legitimate business. However, that isn’t as easy as it seems when old friends from the past creep up to get in the way of his career, marriage and friendship with lifelong friend Tommy.  This series is a must watch, each episode is a full hour and that still isn’t enough. A really good binge series that keeps you gripped at the end of your TV bed.
 Peaky Blinders
Partly filmed in Liverpool (home of the Bed Factory Direct) this Cillian Murphy-starring crime show has won praises all over the world, even from many celebrities including the late David Bowie. The show focuses on a notorious gang in 1919 Birmingham, England which is led by the fierce Tommy Shelby, a crime boss set on moving up in the world no matter the cost. Peaky Blinders really does have something for everyone. It is filled with sharp suits, dangerous razor blades, and great performances by many familiar faces, along with the gripping storylines that keep you wanting to watch more. There are 3 Series up to now, and a 4th been commissioned, meaning there is plenty for you to binge on.
 Stranger Things
Emmy award-winning show Stranger things is a must see if you haven’t already watched it. The Science- fiction show focuses on a group of young school kids in the 80’s, who are not the ‘coolest’ kids in the small neighbourhood of Hawkins. Having strong interests in Dragons and Demon board games and technology. When their friend Will goes missing the group begin to uncover a mystery involving secret experiments within the government. It is filled with drama, humour and excitement that keep you gripped. There are only 8 episodes in the series, and season 2 is due to hit Netflix the end of October 2017. So there is plenty of time for you to watch series 1.
We hope our little TV guide keeps you busy throughout the cold winter ahead (even better in your new TV Bed.)
Have you seen any of these shows before or got any other recommendations? Comment and let us know 🙂

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