Binge-Worthy Netflix Shows
By Lizzy Mulderrig | June 7, 2017
Whether you’ve successfully gotten out of your Saturday night plans or you are sitting on the tarmac at JFK, we decided to take the guess work out of choosing your next Netflix binge. Pull up your sweatpants and/or rip off your bra, here are of our shows streaming now.
This show is for those who love a thrill. This family of hotel owners is anything but normal. Each episode will keep you on edge as secrets are revealed and unspeakable crimes are committed.
2. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
After spending half of her life imprisoned underground, Kimmy Schmidt has to learn how to be adult…in New York. This sitcom will have you laughing as the quirky, infallibly positive, and incredibly naive Kimmy tries to figure out how to cope with the world around her.
3. Orange is the New Black
Centered around women imprisonment, this show has a little bit of everything. Stories are sprinkled with humor, heartache, and suspense, and each story behind a character is personal and complex. Simply put, it’s a must-watch!
4. How To Get Away With Murder
Tip: don’t watch this show alone. This gripping series tells the story of a group of student lawyers and the secrets it possesses. Each episode offers new twists and turns as mysteries are gradually revealed.
5. Dear White People
This show hilariously portrays Ivy-league students trying to deal with current politics within their school. Each episode is funny, sexy, and eye-opening.
6. Iliza Shelsinger: Confirmed Kills
Ladies, if you are looking for a comedian that is both laugh-out-loud funny and super relatable, this standup is for you. Iliza Shlesinger holds nothing back as she describes what it’s like to be a woman and gives advice to millennials.
7. Jane the Virgin
Jane’s life takes a turn when she gets accidentally inseminated… by her bosses sperm. This feel-good show incorporates love, drama, and humor as Jane’s story unfolds.
The Gallaghers are anything but functional. The story focuses on Frank, who’s usually drunk, and his six children who navigate life a little…differently.
9. 13 Reasons Why
Based on the novel by Jay Asher, the controversial series revolves around a high school student, Clay Jensen, and his friend Hannah Baker, a girl who committed suicide after a series of circumstances brought on by various characters at school. A box of cassette tapes recorded and left behind by Hannah details the thirteen reasons why she ended her life. Mysterious, deep, and thought-provoking this series will keep you on the edge of your seat – also, great soundtrack.