Netflix's Floor Is Lava is the perfect background show.
By that, I mean it's a show that seems tailor-made to be half-watched while browsing the Internet, playing Animal Crossing on your Switch, or cooking dinner. But that doesn't necessarily mean it's bad. If anything, Floor Is Lava might even be one of the best new game shows in years.
If you've seen the title, you already know exactly what Floor Is Lava is all about. Just like the make-believe game that literally every child in the world seems to independently invent, the floor is lava, so you need to climb all over the furniture to escape the room. No touching the floor...because it's lava.
Floor is Lava | Official Trailer | Netflix youtu.be
The Digimon Adventure remake that every '90s baby has been waiting for is finally here, and boy does it deliver.
Digimon was the first majorly popular isekai anime to air on western television during the '90s.
Initially premiering on Fox Kids in 1999, the anime features the adventures of a group of children who are inadvertently transported to the Digital World and chosen to become DigiDestined heroes alongside their very own digital monsters. Digimon would go on to became an archetype for anime that successfully broke into the mainstream media, sparking an entire franchise of follow-up series like Digimon Adventures 2, Digimon Tamers, and Digimon Frontier, not to mention a ton of movies.
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Who doesn't love a little bit of face-ripping?
I can confidently assure you that you've never seen anything else like Netflix's new Dorohedoro anime.
That is, unless you've read the original Dorohedoro manga by Q Hayashida, upon which the Dorohedoro anime is based. But barring familiarity with the source material, Dorohedoro is easily the most unique piece of television you'll consume this year, or maybe even this decade.