Our Top Binge-Worthy Netflix Shows

Rubbish weather calls for one thing and one thing only – binge-watching TV shows. In our eyes, finishing an entire series in one day *is* productive. Because if you watch every episode on the Sunday, that leaves the rest of the week to get stuff done, right?

Often, the hardest part of a duvet day is choosing what to watch. Too many times do we spend 20 minutes flicking through streaming services, only to inevitably put on a re-run of friends (again). So, to save you from indecision, and from watching same episode for the 18th time, here’s our favourite Netflix shows that are brilliant to watch and totally binge-worthy. Make sure you up your snack game accordingly.

Love Is Blind

Imagine getting engaged to someone you’ve never seen, with your wedding day just four weeks away. The series follows a group of singletons taking part in a social experiment to see if love is truly blind. They talk, fall in love and get engaged, all before meeting in person. But will anyone find their soul mate? And if so, will they make it to ‘I do’?

RuPaul’s Drag Race

Back for its 12th season, RuPaul’s Drag Race is a global phenomenon. Another wave of America’s top drag queens battle it out on and off the runway to prove they have what it takes to be the next Drag Queen Superstar. Like every season before, you’re promised moments that are hilarious, heart-warming and high fashion. YAS QUEEN.


If you’re broody, look away now. But if you’re a lover of One Born Every Minute, stay tuned. This documentary reveals the science behind how babies discover life during their first year. Following fifteen babies around the world, it highlights how they develop and mature from birth to first steps. It’s a cuteness overload – you have been warned.

I Am Not Okay With This

Stranger Things fans, here’s one for you. A coming-of-age story about a girl named Sydney who struggles to find her place in, well, life. As she struggles through burdened by teenage turmoil, her mysterious superpowers are awakened. Each episode of this dark comedy is 20 to 30 minutes long, aka the perfect back-to-back watching length.


Remember Bring It On? Well, here’s your docuseries equivalent. Join Navarro College’s competitive cheer squad on an exciting journey as they work to win a national title. There’s ups, downs and plenty of ‘don’t try this at home’s.