Ten best TV Shows on Netflix
Looking for the next great show to stream on Netflix? You’re lucky. The streaming giant has an ever-expanding library at your disposal. Although smaller than the US one, it still packs tons of great entertainment, especially when it comes to the service’s original productions. From gritty sci-fi series to laugh-out-loud comedies, there’s something for everyone.
You’re in for a jampacked month this December with Netflix’s latest offerings, both original and other highly-acclaimed TV shows. Kicking things off is Orange Is The New Black with the long-awaited season 6. The highly anticipated return of Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee also arrives tmonth, alongside new episodes of shows like GLOW, Terrace House: Opening New Doors, Anne With An E, and Suits. Check out our top 10 compilation of the best shows to stream in December.
#1 Orange Is The New Black
Orange Is the New Black is finally back with their long awaited sixth season. This season, we’ll get to see what happens to our favorite characters after the three-day riot that capped off season five. Don’t miss all the new episodes when the new season drops.
#2 Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee
Jerry Seinfeld is back driving and chatting up with comedians — and of course, getting coffee while they’re at it. This season, his guests include Ellen Degeneres, Dave Chappelle, Zach Galifianakis, Kate McKinnon, and Alec Baldwin, among many other big names in the industry.
#3 Terrace House: Opening New Doors
The Japanese reality TV show that swept the nation is back with part 3. This highly addicting and oddly relaxing reality show features a “Big Brother-esque” setup but the key difference is the lack of excessive drama and the focus on dating and cohabitation, which we normally see in popular Western reality shows.
The gorgeous ladies of wrestling (aka GLOW) finally returns for their second season. This time around, we’ll see the launch of the famed “Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling” late-night cable television show, and alongisde it comes a whole lot of drama on the side.
#5 Anne With An E
Amybeth McNulty stars as Anne, a spirited, imaginative, and smart 13-year-old, who has endured an abusive childhood and has been staying at homes of strangers. During the late 1980s, she’s been sent to live with aging siblings, Marilla and Matthew Cuthbert. Little did they know that she’s bound to transform the lives of the people in their small town.
#6 Good Girls
When two sisters and their best friend become fed up with being the goody-two-shoes women that they are and not getting the respect they deserve, they decided to take control — by robbing a bank. Once they enter the thrilling game of crime, they find it hard to go back — and the only way out is to band together.
#7 Sugar Rush
Here’s another baking competition show you’re sure to love! Time is of the essence to the competitors as they race against the clock — and each other — to bake the best-tasting sweets there ever was. It’s definitely a new kind of rush.
#8 Amazing Interiors
Prepare to be amazed when you meet ecentric homeowners who live in not-so-ordinary homes — complete with a backyard roller coaster to an indoor aquarium, just to name a few.
In need of an associate, big-time Manhattan corporate lawyer Harvey Specter hires the only guy who impresses him – college dropout Mike Ross. The fact that he’s not actually a lawyer doesn’t seem to matter much. Season 7 now streaming.
#10 Someone Feed Phil: The Second Course
Philip Rosenthal may be better known as the creator of long-running sitcom, “Everybody Loves Raymond,” but since then, he’s taken on a more on-camera role as he takes viewers on a goodwill eating tour of the world. Joined by friends and family, Someone Feed Phil is back with its second course.
Netflix is constantly growing, so you’d probably need to devote entire weeks of your life to catch up on everything that’s on offer. Still, these 10 series are a great start. Acclaimed and addictive, they’ll keep you coming back from more. Get your binge on!