The change into our colder months means it’s perfect weather for sweaters, snuggling, and staying-in. If you’re planning on combining all three, then take a browse through these 10 trending TV shows you should totally binge-watch this weekend!
Billions | Stan
Based loosely on the activities of former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York and his legal battles, Billions is the complex drama about power politics in the sexy, ego-driven world of high finance. Three entire seasons are already available on Stan, with new episodes of the fourth being released every Monday at 2pm – and we think this provocative show is the perfect cure to your Monday-itis.
Awkward | Stan
If you liked Netflix’s To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before and Kissing Booth, you’ll be sure to adore this aptly-named awkward teenage drama on Stan. Narrated in the first-person voice of the protagonists blog posts, Awkward takes you back to your high school years where you can simultaneously cringe, cry, and cackle over every oh-too-relatable formative years experience.
The Bold Type | Stan
Dreaming of working in a global women’s magazine based in New York City? Same. Save the airfare and big-city living costs and be transported to that kind of world by Jane, Kat, and Sutton – three young besties making waves through the industry (and, of course, their own lives). The third season premieres on April 10, so dive into the first two seasons before then (and trust us, you won’t need long!).
Miracle Workers | Stan
If you’re looking for some mind-numbing comedy, the God of laughs has it for you: Steve Buscemi. Fittingly, Buscemi is cast as God in this series of 20-minute episode where he plans to blow up the Earth. The series finale airs on Wednesday 27th March at 5pm, so tune in to see whether two angels can pull of their most impossible miracle yet in the hopes to save the planet!
Imposters | Stan
Keen for a thrilling, con-artist saga with a female lead? Here’s Imposters – the two-season show that promises all that, and more. Maddie is as beautiful as she is dangerous, who gets men and women to marry her before robbing them of all their money and everything they own (including their hearts). She thinks she’s left a spotless trail behind her, but only until three victims team up to take back what’s theirs…
Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee | Netflix
For a bite-sized comedic pick-me-up, Jerry Seinfeld has you sorted. The episodes last for around 20-minutes, and combine coffee, comedy, and cars for a quick-witted discussions with guest comedians – and Barack Obama. The episodes divert from the format spontaneously, which each show telling a different story about life and laughs.
The Sinner | Netflix
Based on the crime and mystery novel by the same name, The Sinner is an American anthology series with two suspenseful seasons available to stream on Netflix. The show follows Detective Harry Ambrose (played by Bill Pullman) as he hunts for answers around a shocking small-town murder, unravelling a web of sinister secrets as he goes.
Sex Education | Netflix
The first season is so good that Netflix are promising another one is in the works, so get started on your Sex Education ASAP! The British-comedy follows a socially-awkward teenager with a sex therapist mother who, with the help of the confident class rebel, sets up a sex advice business at school to help students deal with their sexual problems in the most hilarious sitcom ever.
Dirty John | Netflix
Chances are, at least three of your friends have begged you to start watching Dirty John by now. It premiered last November, and with only a first season available so far, the dark-drama about the love, lies, and deceit of a con-man is keeping every viewer on their toes for the second season. If you really can’t wait for more, the show is based on the true-crime podcast by the same name!
The Disappearance of Madeline McCann | Netflix
The Madeline McCann memes have taken over Facebook, all very much due to the recent Netflix addition of the documentary-series, The Disappearance of Madeline McCann. The eight-episode season takes a detailed look into the vanishing of the three-year-old while on holiday with her family, so if you have eight hours to spare and want to conjure up some conspiracy theories, this show is for you.
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