Top 10 TV Shows Worth Binging On For Your Next Netflix & Chill Session

Movie nights might seem like a nice and relaxed plan for a Saturday night. However, the insane volume of options on Netflix, can make finding a great movie or TV show the most impossible task. To make it easier for you, we've rounded up what we consider to be the top 10 binge-worthy Netflix TV shows of the moment. 

  1. Get Organized with The Home Edit
Lately, we've been obsessing over home decor, and extreme organization, which is why we've been watching this show non-stop. This awesome TV show features two expert organizers, Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin, in their mission to reorganize, edit, categorize and contain clutter to create stunning spaces in every home. From Reese Witherspoon's closet, to Eva Longoria's ideal kitchen, Clea and Joanna have become the go-to organizers for every A-List celebrity. The show has become so viral, that the Clea and Joanna even launched their own home storage line at The Container Store where you can buy all the items they use in their show, from drawer organizers for your bathroom, garage, or kitchen, to closet to hangers and decorative storage bins.
This show has been a total success since it came out this year. It takes place in a 1950s orphanage, where a young Beth-acted by Anya Josephine Marie Taylor-Joy-reveals an astonishing talent for chess and begins the most amazing journey to stardom, while dealing with addiction and emotional issues. One of the reasons we love this tv series, is that is promotes female power by putting the spotlight on a female great master in the world of chess, which was completely male-dominated at the time. The show has been watched all around the world and has greatly increased and promoted the game of chess world-wide. 
Currently, The Crown is said to be the most watched series in Netflix; even Queen Elizabeth II has claimed to have watched it. This drama, which has created many controversial opinions within British royalty, is based on political rivalries and the romance of Queen Elizabeth II's reign. This show highlights the life of the Queen from 1947, when she got married, until the early 21st century, and touches on events that shaped the second half of the 20th century.
Disclaimer, this is a highly sexy, and R-rated show, that has everything from romance to comedy, all-in-one. This oh so sexy Netflix series is the perfect mix between Gossip Girl and Fifty Shades of Grey, and tells the story of eight close-knit siblings of the Bridgerton family who look for love and happiness, and face the obstacles of London's high society while at it. 
If you're a Gilmore Girl's fan, then you cannot miss out on this follow up, set nearly a decade after the finale of the original series. This revival show is definitely a classic for us, as it follows Lorelai, Rory and Emily Gilmore through four seasons of change. The series highlights the relationship between a single-mother and her daughter living in Connecticut, romance in the girls' lives and friendships and of course, some drama as it all unfolds. 
This show takes place in 1920s Madrid, and it is Netflix's first Spanish TV, and is a must-watch. The series is about four very different women working as telephone operators at the most well-known telephone company during the time. Cable Girls' main focus is on the struggles women faced during the early twentieth century, with universal themes centered around love, sacrifice, pain, betrayal, and the fight for freedom. 
       7. Emily In Paris
This show is Lily Collins' greatest success yet, about sn ambitious young marketing executive from Chicago who is transferred to Paris after landing her dream job. Once in Paris, Emily, played by Collins, embraces an adventurous new life while she discovers how to juggle work, romance and friendships. 
                
After helping thwart a terrorist attack, the main character, a former soldier who came back from Afghanistan, tries to pick-up his family life where he left off. However, his PTSD disorder and a new job as a private security agency, doesn't make things easy. Following a heroic act, David Budd, is granted the protection of Home Secretary Julia Montague. He will have to overcome her unwillingness to protect her from the dangers that threaten her. Bodyguard has an avalanche of emotions, twists, and turns. Action, politics, and forbidden romance ... in only six episodes. 
      

 Stranger Things is a sci-fi horror-drama set in town of Hawkins, Indiana, in the early ‘80s. The series follows the story of a group of kids around whom strange supernatural events start unfolding. Will, one of the children, goes missing without a trace early on in Season 1. Eleven, a mysterious girl with telekinetic powers, escapes from a secret lab nearby and decides to help Will’s friends find him, having realized that she may have been unwittingly involved in his disappearance. The themes of romance, fatherhood, motherhood, and self-giving love are also very present. Ultimately, the show’s heart and humor takes the Netflix series from a simple horror-romace show, to a powerful story about friendship, redemption, and the victory of good against evil.

      

10. Unorthodox

The series is about a young Hasidic Jewish woman in Brooklyn who flees from the restrictive customs of her commuity, and from an arranged marriage. The show is inspired by the true-life experiences of Deborah Feldman, who grew up in Williamsburg, in an extremely orthodox family from the Satmar community of Hasidim, known for its  enforced religious customs and heavily restricted gender roles. In the TV show, the main character escapes her house, moves to Berlin and discovers her passion for music and arts.

               
Here you go, our top 10 binge-worthy shows. You'll thank us on your next cloudy Sunday when you don't know what to watch! Leave us some other Netflix recs below, or your thoughts on any of the shows.

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