5 Super Addictive Netflix Shows to Binge Watch Right Now

Your guide to comfort-watching


With a myriad of new shows and films coming to Netflix every month, it’s hard to keep up with new releases and figuring out what’s really worth watching. So here’s our guide to the five best Netflix shows to binge watch while self-isolating

Watching Netflix might not be the most productive thing you could do, but it is self-care—if you’re finding peace and solace in binge-watching great TV shows, don’t feel bad about it.

Press play and say hello to April’s comfort-watching season. These are the five best Netflix series to watch this month. 

Feel Good

Feel GoodMae Martin’s semi-autobiographical Netflix series is a poignant romcom about a same-sex couple navigating serious challenges, such as addiction, family pressure and toxicity. A genuine, heartfelt and powerful series, ‘Feel Good’ is a reminder that despite our mistakes and disagreements, there’s always a way.


Spotlighting New York’s 90’s drag ball and voguing scene, ‘Pose’ subtly looks at tough topics like the AIDS crisis, racism and economic disparity. A must-watch.


This Emmy-winning drama follows a middle-class family that is forced to move from Chicago to Missouri after having been entangled in a money-laundering scheme. This is perfect for anyone who misses ‘Breaking Bad’.

Ugly Delicious

Ugly Delicious
Big into comfort food and love debating politics? Cult NY chef David Chang’s show ‘Ugly Delicious’ explores the history and meaning behind world food staples like fried chicken, shawarma and curry.


CheerThis reality series documents a cheerleading team competing for championships in a small Texas city. Focusing on the coach and his relationship with underprivileged kids with big dreams, ‘Cheer’ is honest and awe-inspiring. You’ll love it if you enjoyed the Oscar-winning documentary ‘Undefeated’.

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