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15 Netflix Shows to Binge Watch with your Man
There’s nothing better than getting cozy on the sofa with your significant other and a selection of your favorite snacks. But if you can’t decide what to watch, allow us to make a few suggestions…
The Good Place
If you’re in the mood for a show that will make you feel all the feels, The Good Place will do just that and so much more. Not only will you laugh until you cry, you’ll cry until you laugh as this endearing cast of characters explores love, friendship, mortality, and good vs evil.
Following a group of endearing yet oh-so-awkward teenagers as they experience love, relationships and sex for the first time, Sex Education is certain to appeal to both comedy and rom-com lovers alike.
We’re certain you’ve heard of Stranger Things. You might even have already watched the entirety of Stranger Things. But if you haven’t watched it with your significant other, we think you should ASAP. A delightful mixture of scary, fun and sweet, this is certain to appeal to both of you.
Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee
The title is so beautifully opaque, we don’t even really need to give you much more info, do we? In short, if you want to watch Jerry Seinfeld drive comedians to get coffee and chat, you know what to do.
From its undeniably punny name to its cast of characters and, frankly, chaotic storyline, Schitt’s Creek is certain to tickle every comedy-loving couple.
I Am Not Okay With This
Looking for a coming-of-age show that manages to successfully subvert all the usual tropes? In I Am Not Okay With This, Syd must navigate family drama, high school awkwardness, and an unrequited crush whilst attempting to get a handle on her emerging superpowers.
If an evening cooking together doesn’t satiate your foodie taste buds, why not follow it up with a slice of Chef’s Table? Following a selection of the world’s most daring chefs, this immersive docuseries will make you extremely hungry (don’t forget your snacks!) and give you a new appreciation for the creative innovation that chefs bring to the table.
Don’t F**K With Cats
One for all you true crime aficionados, this three-part documentary explores how a group of people online worked together to track down one of the most infamous murderers in Canada. It's disturbing but it also showcases that people can be a force for good in the world.
A series that stands out as being truly unique, this sci-fi inspired anthology has one foot firmly rooted in a reality, which is precisely what makes it so immersive. Each installment has its own characters, story and tone, so you’re certain to find episodes you’ll both enjoy.
Black Mirror: Bandersnatch
It’s time to get interactive in the Black Mirror universe and essentially choose your own adventure. Every decision you make will influence the narrative, and there are a variety of different endings depending on the path you choose.
Perfect for everyone with even just a vaguely passing interest in psychology, 100 Humans delves into human behavior in a big way. A large-scale experiment is conducted on 100 people, and the results will prompt you to think about life in new ways while also giving you and your partner plenty to talk about.
Love Is Blind
Hosted by Vanessa and Nick Lachey, Love Is Blind follows couples as they date each other without leaving their individual pods. Yes, you read that correctly. Yes, it does mean that they can’t see each other. And yes, some of them do end up getting engaged. As you might expect, chaos ensues pretty quickly, which is partly what makes this show so insatiably watchable.
Love superheroes? Love Marvel? Want to enjoy a show jam-packed with action that doesn’t lose its characteristic superhero vibe? If so, you need some Jessica Jones in your lives!
Want to watch Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock Holmes and Martin Freeman as Dr. Watson running around solving crimes? Of course you do! In fact, we’re sure that’s all we need to tell you.
The Great British Baking Show
At a time when we’re all looking for something calming to get into, The Great British Baking Show is here for us. Yes, it’s a competition. But the bakers are always so supportive of each other. And what could be better than listening to someone with a British accent talking about how much they love to bake cakes?! The answer is: nothing. Nothing is better.