What to buy the voracious Netflix addict in your life

From decades-old sitcoms to true-crime docs, this friend has
watched it all… thrice. Enable their streaming habit with these
Netflix (and Crave and Amazon Prime Video and all the other
streaming services)-inspired presents.

Wear your binge-watching habit on your sleeve with The
Great Indoors pint set
($26, brika.com).

The Stranger Things soundtrack on vinyl will
keep Upside Down fans happy while they wait for Season 3
($32.97, amazon.ca).

Can’t get enough Sabrina? Do some background reading with a
complete collection of Sabrina the Teenage
from 1962-1965 ($10.02, chapters.indigo.ca).

Gather your friends for a viewing party, pop a magnum of
Moet & Chandon Imperial and keep pressing
play ($145.65, lcbo.com).

Riverdale spawned a new generation of Jughead Jones
fans who will fall head over heels for this handmade
Jughead at Pop’s poster by Etsy’s
brucelovesyou. ($19.39, etsy.com).

Binge and beautify at the same time with Omorovicza’s
special-edition mini mask kit
featuring a
deep-cleansing mask, ultramoor mud mask and a mask brush for
smooth application ($45 USD, omorovicza.com).

Solve the mystery of who stole the plans to Rick’s portal gun
with the special-edition Rick and Morty
edition of Clue
($33.99, amazon.ca).

Put a TV connoisseur to the test with Name That
a puzzlebook that celebrates the golden age
of television and can be played alone or with friends ($25,

Fans of The Crown will be dead chuffed to learn
Olverum Bath Oil’s nickname is “the royal oil”
because it’s been a tub favourite of the British Royal Family
for at least three generations ($66, thedetoxmarket.ca).

True-crime obsessives will be eerily fascinated by My
Friend Dahmer,
a graphic novel written and illustrated
by John “Derf” Backderf, who was friends with Dahmer back when
they were teens. The chilling book inspired a movie adaptation
starring Ross Lynch ($18.30, indigo.chapters.ca).

All hail RuPaul! Show your allegiance to mama Ru with a
RuPaul kitty girl pink tee. Now sashay away!
($30 USD, shop.rupaul.com)

Take your popcorn game to the next level with this updated
Whirley-Pop stovetop popcorn popper that
promises quick, even heating and virtually no wasted kernels
($49.99, thebay.com).

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