19 Shows To Binge-Watch on Netflix Today

Hey there, fellow couch potatoes and streaming enthusiasts! Are you tired of endlessly scrolling through Netflix, feeling like you’ve seen it all? Well, fret not, dear friends, for I’ve compiled a list of the most binge-worthy shows that will have you glued to your screen for hours on end.

XO, Kitty

XO, Kitty. Anna Cathcart as Kitty Song Covey in episode 101 of XO, Kitty.

A teen matchmaker must learn how to find love for herself in this funny and charming series. Kitty, while attending her mom’s old high school, runs into her ex who might just be Mr. Right after all.

Sex Education

Sex Education Season 4. (L to R) Ncuti Gatwa as Eric, Asa Butterfield as Otis in Sex Education Season 4.
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This coming-of-age series is about a socially awkward teen Otis who sets up an underground sex therapy clinic at his high school. Thanks to his mother who works as a sex therapist, Otis learns a lot through spreading his knowledge with his peers.

I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson

I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson.


A sketch comedy show filled with absurd and hilarious moments and some of the best comedian guest stars in the game. Tim Robinson is joined by Andy Samberg and Sam Richardson in this hilarious sketch-based series.

Emily in Paris

Emily in Paris. Lily Collins as Emily in episode 310 of Emily in Paris.

A young American woman’s life takes an unexpected turn when she lands a job in the marketing industry in Paris. New sights, new love, and new experiences make quirky Emily break out of her shell.

How to Ruin Christmas

How to Ruin Christmas.
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A South African comedy-drama that follows the mishaps of a young girl trying to salvage her sister’s ultimate Christmas wedding after destroying it.

The Upshaws


A working-class African-American family in Indiana navigates life’s challenges with comedy. A collection of lovable characters striving for something we all understand, a better life.


MO. Mo Amer as Mo in episode 108 of MO.
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A high-stakes drama centered around a man who enters the world of organized crime to protect his family from deportation. Mo captures the life of Palestinian refugees who struggle to stay here but can’t go home.


Wednesday. Jenna Ortega as Wednesday Addams in episode 108 of Wednesday.
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A coming-of-age series focusing on the young and independent Wednesday Addams from the Addams family as she transfers to a new school. While initially refusing help or friends, Wednesday learns that high-stakes mysteries can’t always be solved by yourself.

That ’90s Show

Kurtwood Smith as Red Forman in episode 101 of That ‘90s Show.

A nostalgia-filled spin-off of the classic “That ’70s Show,” set in the ’90s with a new generation of characters still enjoying Red and Kitty Forman’s basement.


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When Liv faces a major health crisis, her carefree attitude quickly turns into a wellness journey in an attempt to get back to her normal. A short series with big messages regarding what it truly means to be healthy.


Unstable. (L to R) Rob Lowe as Ellis, Aaron Branch as Malcolm in episode 101 of Unstable.

A father-son combo must lean on each other to overcome grief and save the family business. Featuring real-life father and son duo, Rob Lowe and John Owen Lowe.



What starts as a road rage incident turns into a life-changing experience for both drivers. Two seemingly opposite people start a war with each other which proves neither is that different from the other.


Fubar. Stephanie Sy as Sandy Yoon in episode 101 of Fubar.

Two CIA operatives find themselves on a high-stakes mission that turns into a family reunion of sorts. Arnold Schwarzenegger plays a retired agent brought back for one last mission, his partner, his daughter.

Survival of the Thickest

Survival of the Thickest. Michelle Buteau as Mavis in Survival of the Thickest.
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A comedy series that follows a plus-sized black woman as she struggles to maintain her career as a stylist amid a rough breakup. But love and success are not out of reach just yet.


Heartstopper Episodic Images.
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A tender LGBTQ+ romance based on the graphic novel by Alice Oseman, focusing on the relationship between two British schoolboys from unlikely friendship to young love.

Never Have I Ever

Never Have I Ever.
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Indian American teenager, Devi, goes on a quest for popularity and self-discovery in this coming-of-age comedy. However, popularity is a lot harder than the movie montages make it look.

The Empress

The Empress.
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This historical drama shows the life and reign of Empress Elisabeth of Austria. Once a Bavarian Princess and now an Austrian Empress, can she handle the new country, new values, and her new life?


You. Penn Badgley as Joe Goldberg in episode 407 of You.
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A psychological thriller where a charming bookstore manager takes his obsession with women to dangerous extremes. He might have met his match, though in this dark and twisty series.


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Godless is a seven-episode American Western drama miniseries created, written, and directed by Scott Frank. It is set in 1884 and follows a young outlaw, Roy Goode (Jack O’Connell), on the run from his vengeful mentor, Frank Griffin (Jeff Daniels), and his gang. Goode winds up in La Belle, New Mexico, a small town populated almost entirely by women.

11 Amazing Shows on Netflix You Haven’t Watched Yet

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Do you feel like you’ve watched everything on Netflix? Streaming providers have an amazing selection, but sometimes, finding something new to watch can be a struggle.

If you are looking for the best shows on Netflix, here are some of the top picks to check out.

11 Amazing Shows on Netflix You Haven’t Watched Yet

12 Movie Plot Holes That Actually Have Perfectly Good Explanations

Jim Carrey in The Truman Show (1998),
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Friends (and strangers) trying to sound smart by pointing out a movie mistake that isn’t really a mistake? We found the best answers to “What infamous movie plot hole has an explanation that you’re tired of explaining?” with these 12 movie plot holes that actually have perfectly good explanations.

You might learn something too!

12 Movie Plot Holes That Actually Have Perfectly Good Explanations

These Might Be the 12 Greatest Episodes of a TV Show Ever Made

Breaking Bad _ Season 5, Episode 10.
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There are some great series out there, but what about great TV show episodes? While the whole run may or may not be amazing, these fan suggestions for the 12 greatest episodes of a TV show ever made certainly are!

These Might Be the 12 Greatest Episodes of a TV Show Ever Made

12 Films Where Nothing Really Happens

FEBRUARY 4, 2006 - BERLIN: Axel Werner, Michael Rothmann in the theater play "Waiting for Godot" (by Samuel Beckett, directed by George Tabori), Berliner Ensemble, Berlin.
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I saw someone say they walked out of Oppenheimer because it was just a bunch of talking (I loved it, by the way), but it got me thinking: what film can be summed up as “nothing really happens” – and that most people actually agree with?

12 Films Where Nothing Really Happens

12 Amazing Underrated TV Shows You Need to Watch Next

Toby Schmitz (as Jack Rackham) - eps. 401.
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Maybe you’ve run out of things to watch (it happens, no judgment), or you just want something that’s a little off the beaten path. Either way, you’re in luck! We’ve found some underrated TV shows for you to add to your “watch next.”

12 Amazing Underrated TV Shows You Need to Watch Next

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