6 Netflix Shows You *HAVE* to Watch

Ladies, I know that all we ever want to do on a weekend is binge watch Netflix in bed with a snack. Unfortunately, our favorite shows end and we’re stuck with the age-old dilemma: what do I watch next? Well, I have the solution!

Here are some of the best popular shows, and some you might have forgotten about, on Netflix!

"The Crown"

I don’t know if you know this, but "The Crown" is hands down the most interesting thing I’ve ever watched. It follows the life of the current Queen of England, Queen Elizabeth. While it is fictional and not sponsored or created by the royal family, it’s based off of Queen Elizabeth’s life as she inherited the crown and had to start leading a country at such a young age. Trust me, it’s worth it.

"The Ranch"

If you were fans of Kelso and Hyde from "That 70’s Show"¸ you’ll be happy to hear that they’re back in action, just under different names and different lives. "The Ranch" is a comedy that follows Ashton Kutcher as Colt, a football star, after his pro career didn’t pan out and he moves back home to find his place in his family and his life. It’s hilarious, and definitely worth a watch.

"Love"

What is love? How do we find it? Is it even worth it? Love follows two recently single people as they make a mess of their love lives and try to figure out how to date again after having such crash-and-burn break-ups. Its funny yet sad, and definitely worth checking out.

"BoJack Horseman"

"BoJack Horseman" follows a 90’s sitcom star as he tries to get his life together after feeling like a one trick pony. Oh, and yeah, BoJack is actually a horse and this is actually a cartoon. Don’t let that stop you though! "BoJack Horseman" is one of the funniest, deep, and well thought out cartoons you’ll ever see. You’ll regret it if you don’t at least try it.

"13 Reasons Why"

A recent release on Netflix, "13 Reasons Why" is based off a book of the same name by Jay Asher. The show follows the story of Clay Jensen, local socially awkward high schooler, and Hannah Baker, who recently committed suicide, and everyone that was involved with her death. She forces them to understand why she did it though haunting cassette tapes she left behind. We watch Clay as he struggles to get through the tapes, and the chaos the tapes have caused on their small community. If you read the books, you’ll definitely want to watch it, and if you haven’t well, get to it!

"Making a Murder"

This docu-series is a Netflix original that was filmed for ten years following the story of Steven Avery. After serving nearly 20 years for a crime he didn’t commit, he was released from jail after DNA evidence proved him innocent. The docu-series follows his life before and after the sentence, and is rumored to follow another member of his family in the second season. It’s a real mind twister, I’ll tell you that.

Get to watching, ladies! You'll never run out of shows to watch again!