Netflix’s library of TV programmes is vast. However we are often left endlessly scrolling to find something to watch.
This guide aims to save you from the endless scrolling and to give you ideas on what to watch on Netflix. Therefore we will cover the new shows as well as some hidden gems you may have missed.
In addition we will cover what to watch on Netflix when you need stress free entertainment, something to distract from the anxieties and stresses of our current situation.
Our choices below should give you plenty of ideas of what to watch next on Netflix. If you are unsure what to watch on Netflix right now check out our choices below.
This show has good pedigree from the start as it is produced by the same people who brought us don’t f***k with cats. It follows the story of Simon Lievev who poses as the son of a billionaire diamond dealer to charm women. They get a taste of a luxury lifestyle with first dates on private jets and 5 start hotels. It’s a conflicting watch but very compelling.
The accent and the glamour strike you first. However, it’s the story is which will make you binge watch this series. Based on a true story, it follows Anna a super wealthy ambitious socialite with plans to take the New York art world by storm. All is not quite what it seems and things start to fall apart leaving friends and financiers broken in the wake. What I liked about this is that it keeps you guessing if Anna is the real deal all the way through.
If you are watching for the house porn, you have a bit of a wait this season as Season 3 kicks off with more drama than house selling! If you haven’t seen Seasons 1 to 4, what are you waiting for? It’s what you should watch on Netflix right now. Multi-million-pound houses a glimpse into how the other half live both the owners of the houses and the agents who sell them. Prepare to set aside a day as it’s a bingeable watch.
OK so you have now watched true crime and house porn peppered with Reality. Now on to some full-on thriller content. Pieces of her follows Andy, daughter of Laura who after an incident in a café starts to uncover her mother’s past. All is not what it seems and its difficult for Andy to know who to trust and who could be trying to kill her and her Mum. Toni Collete plays Laura brilliantly. Toni is known for her award nominated performances in The Sixth Sense and Muriels wedding but is utterly convincing as a woman running from her past.
Yes, it is worth the hype so if you haven’t watched this yet, I compel you to drop your embroidery and hop to it! It’s a period drama reimagined, totally colour blind and with modern music given a Regency twist. Its set back in a time where ladies were chaste and lives could be ruined by any hint of an illicit unchaperoned meeting. The Bridgertons and the Featheringtons are two families with daughters of age. Finding suitable suitors is of critical importance. It is a heady mix of wealth, power and sex and totally engrossing.
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The BAFTA’s are going to be an award ceremony with a difference this year, held online behind closed doors. Meanwhile the BAFTA Nominations are the perfect prompt of TV which you may possibly have missed but is still available to watch.
In this guide we will look at the shows which have been most nominated and where you can watch them.
Chernobyl tops the nominations with a whopping 14 nominations; one of the most nominated mini series in the ceremony’s history.
Jared Harris, nominated for Leading Actor plays as Valery Legasov the expert called in to help in the wake of the disaster. Stellan Skarsgard, nominated for supporting actor plays Boris Shcherbina, vice-chairman of the Council of Ministers in the Soviet government.
Chernobyl is a compelling drama about the nuclear disaster in April 1986 and the subsequent clean up. It tells the story of how the Soviet Union dealt with the the disaster including trying to downplay it to the rest of the world. It also tells the stories of those living and working around the plant and the effect the disaster had on their lives.
Chernobyl was produced by HBO and Sky and is currently available on Sky. Interested in watching Chernobyl. Check out our package finder for the latest deals.
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Things could have been tense if there was an after party at this year’s awards with Sian and Phoebe nominated for Best Female Performance in a comedy programme. Fleabag is nominated for 4 other awards including Best scripted comedy programme and must see moment.
Fleabag is written and stars Phoebe Waller Bridge (as Fleabag). Struggling with life in London following a tragedy, Fleabag uses wit and sarcasm as a weapon against any offers of help. Talking directly to you the viewer, narrating her own life its well deserving of its numerous nominations.
There are two seasons of Fleabag to watch and both are available on BBC iplayer. Season 1 is available Amazon Prime Video.
The Crown has attracted an impressive 7 nominations in this years BAFTAs including Best supporting actor for Josh O’Connor’s incredible performance as Prince Charles. Helena Bonham Carter is nominated as Best Supporting Actress as Princess Margaret.
Now on its third series The Crown follows the life of the royal family centring on Queen Elizabeth played in series three by Olivia Coleman. The acting performances are stand out and it captures the pull between duty and family.
All three series of The Crown are on Netflix. You can subscribe to Netflix directly or it is also bundled into some TV and Broadband Packages. To find the best deal for you check out our package finder.
For more of our recommendations of what to watch check out our What’s Hot articles.
For a full list of all the BAFTA nominations click here