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Nobody does binge-worthy shows better than Netflix.
When it comes to the best and binge-iest TV shows, nobody does it quite like Netflix. Whether you’re in the mood for a comedy, drama, romance, or thriller, everybody’s favorite streaming platform has options that hit all of these genres and then some. So if you need some great new content for your next weekend binge-fest, look no further than our list of the best shows on Netflix.
For anyone who enjoys a good scare like Ree, we’ve included a few of the best crime drama shows to get your adrenaline pumping in the best way possible. Looking for something similar to Yellowstone? Netflix shows like Longmire and Heartland should satisfy your appetite for all things Western. And if your goal is to curl up with something comforting and light, shows like Sweet Magnolias and Virgin River have got you covered. No matter what you’re looking for, Netflix is sure to deliver with a little something for everyone. So call up some friends (or don’t), make some delicious stovetop popcorn, and consider your weekend plans booked! And definitely don’t worry about exhausting this list. Netflix has plenty of fun, feel-good movies you can watch when you’re done.
A group of teenage misfits from the Outer Banks of North Carolina spark a strong bond when they’re unofficially assigned a mission: Search for a “treasure” that could help solve the mysterious disappearance of one of their fathers.
This southern trio will light up any living room. Watch these three best friends as they navigate the highs and lows of their careers and romances.
A teenage girl mourning the recent loss of her mother realizes something special—just like her mom, she has the ability to heal injured horses. But can her discovery help save her family ranch from impending doom?
This soapy costume romance was the talk of the ton when season 1 premiered in 2020—and season 2 is just as much fun!
Fifteen-year-old Ginny acts more like a parent than her mother, Georgia. Things are finally looking up when they move to a new town, but a dark secret from Georgia’s past threatens to ruin everything.
Ji-Yoon Kim has just become the first woman and person of color to head the English department at the prestigious Pembroke University. Now she must figure out how to save the failing department while also balancing motherhood and an exciting romance.
This wealthy family had it all—emphasis on had. When they suddenly lose all of their money, they must leave their luxurious lifestyle behind and move to a small town they once purchased as a joke.
This nurse practitioner has a successful career in Los Angeles, but when tragedy strikes, she decides to move to a small town in Northern California. In the end, her impulsive decision may have given her just what she needed.
Ree is obsessed with this Karate Kid spinoff! Thirty years after the events of the original film, Johnny and Daniel are all grown up—but their feud is still going strong.
Easily one of Netflix’s most popular original series, this ’80s-set sci-fi horror series all starts with the disappearance of a young boy. But the search for answers only raises more questions about the mysterious history of Hawkins, Indiana.
Five working moms juggle identity crises, postpartum depression, new career opportunities, and additional (unplanned) pregnancies in this irreverent, Emmy-nominated comedy.
Emily is a young marketing professional, a rising social media star, and…in Paris! Watch how she takes on her new life in the dreamy city. Fair warning: You will want a croissant and a beret after the first episode.
Drama, relationships, schoolwork—15-year-old Devi is facing all the typical struggles of a high school student, through the lens of an Indian-American upbringing.
Our true crime junkies out there will love this fictionalized twist on some of America’s most haunting and notorious crimes.
Sheriff Walt Longmire is slowly rebuilding his life after losing his wife to cancer. But was there more to her death than meets the eye?