Netflix may have no shortage of TV series for you to binge watch from start to finish, but if you’re going to invest those precious hours you need to make sure they’re truly binge-worthy. Luckily we’ve got you covered with ten of the best TV shows on Netflix right now.
Is there much we can say about Friends that you already don’t know? Despite being 24 years old it still remains one of the most rewatchable, funniest, TV shows ever made. I mean you’ve probably watched it a thousand times already, but for us, we just couldn’t have a list without Friends on it.
Almost after 15 years since the original show aired, Queer Eye has returned to our screens with five fab new experts tacking a number of challenging problems such as fashion, grooming, food, culture and interior design. Unlike your typical makeover shows Tan, Anoni, Jonathan, Karamo and Bobby take a new approach that will leave you needing a new box of tissues, its the ultimate feel-good binge! If you haven’t watched it yet, what are you waiting for?
The Good Place
Set in the afterlife in a little place you might call heaven. One day abrasive Eleanor Shellstrop (Kristen Bell) accidentally finds herself in the Good Place, a peaceful afterlife neighbourhood. Obviously wanting to stay she tries to keep her secret, endeavouring to be a better person and earn her place in heaven. If you’re looking for something that’s out of this world, The Good Place is well worth the hours, a hilarious and upbeat comedy full of twist and turns you didn’t see coming.
1980’s LA, a washed-up actress Ruth answers an ad asking for “unconventional women” to discover she’ll be trying out for The Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling, an all-female wrestling TV show. GLOW is more than just a throwback to the 80s but challenges the roles that women are confined to in the industry. Its packed full of lycra, big hair, body slams and plenty of cameos for you wrestling fans out there.
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
Emerging after 15 years in an underground bunker, Kimmy moves to New York to restart her life as a thriving individual. The show is no doubt quirky, offbeat and refreshing, but what’s great is that it explores darker issues, with such optimism. If you’re a fan of 30 Rock you’ll love this!