Wondering what to watch on TV right now? There are some seriously good shows on Netflix at the moment, but it can be hard to keep track of what you should put on your watchlist, especially when your go-to in the evening is Netflix. It’s so easy to spend thirty minutes looking for something to watch only to decide there’s nothing to watch at all!
Well, fear no more, these shows will captivate you from the very first episode, and there’s enough of them to binge in one sitting! Hurrah!
The Crown depicts the life and times of Queen Elizabeth II. The first two seasons starred Claire Foy and Matt Smith, and now Tobias Menzies and Olivia Colman have taken over. With the tragedy, drama, and stiff upper lip in tow – this is one of the juiciest series you’ll watch.
This revamp of a classic documentary series is one of the most-watched shows on Netflix right now. Unexplained events from all over the world, cases that will infuriate you and people that will chill you to the bone. Wondering what to watch on TV right now? Start with this.
Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich
This documentary brings to life the stories that made newspaper headlines about Jeffrey Epstein. Using footage and commentaries from prosecutors, associates, and investigators, plus real films of Epstein’s home – this is a very real look at how Jeffrey evaded justice for so long.
This poignant but bitterly funny series follows a man called Tony whose life is turned around after his wife dies of cancer. After contemplating suicide, he decides to say and do the most awful things he can think of – it’s safe to say he has to learn that there is life after death.
This show follows Otis, Maeve and Eric, Otis’s mother (Gillian Anderson) happens to a sex therapist, and Maeve (Otis’s love interest) comes up with the genius idea of running a clinic themselves in school, for the students. Otis helps out each student with their issues, whether that’s struggles in the bedroom or identity crisis. The comedy is second to none, but the way they deal with challenges, important issues and growing up is poignant and thought-provoking.