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15 Netflix shows to binge watch with your man

15 Netflix shows to binge watch with your man

15 Netflix shows to binge watch with your man

It's official: staying in is the new going out! What are the best Netflix shows to enjoy with your partner right now? Here is a look at the best series on Netflix - including comedies, true crime and thrillers - to bring you the ultimate list of Netflix entertainment that won't leave you fighting over the remote.

The Queen's Gambit

A chess set, as used in The Queen's Gambit

This is the show that made chess cool. It follows protagonist Beth as she discovers her unique talent and steadily rises through the ranks of competitive chess playing. Girls will love it for Beth's ambition, skill and sass. Guys will love Anya Taylor-Joy blossoming from gawky schoolgirl to foxy starlet.

Schitt's Creek

This is a great, feel-good comedy for everyone. It follows the newly bankrupt Rose family as they embark on life in Schitt's Creek - a small town that they bought as a joke. The comedic genius of Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara make this a raucous riot.

Tiger King

A tiger, like those featured in Tiger King

If you missed the first series of Tiger King, where were you? The documentary series following the bizarre and unknown world of big cat ownership here in the U.S. became somewhat of a lockdown hit. Now Joe Exotic and Carol Baskin are household names. Which team are you on?


This moody teen drama series is based on the Archie comics with a touch of neo noir. It follows the lives of a bunch of all-American teens as they come to terms with the death of a classmate, uncovering secrets and scandals along the way. It's compulsive viewing that the girls will probably enjoy more than the guys.

The Crown

A Crown

Immerse yourself in the rich history of the British royal family in this spectacular drama series that starts in 1947 and spans through the decades. With a star-studded cast and some illicit storylines, you'll be left wondering which parts are fact and which are fiction.


Sorry, Friends fans, but it isn't available on Netflix. However, Episodes is. It shares the same director as the hit '90s series and also stars Matt LeBlanc, so it's the next best thing!

Shadow and Bone

For those of you missing Game Of Thrones, Shadow and Bone could be a worthy replacement. Based on Leigh Bardugo's bestselling Grisha trilogy, this is the latest fantasy series featuring monsters, adventure and a strong protagonist.


This intricate and character-driven series follows the life of corrupt financial advisor Marty and his family as they embark on a new life in the Ozarks... with the Mafia on their backs.

Night Stalker: The Hunt For a Serial Killer

If true crime is your thing, this chilling docuseries will have you gripped. It follows the reign of terror that took place in Los Angeles during the 1980s when Richard Ramirez terrorized, abducted and abused men, women and children at night. It will leave you checking your doors are locked.

Sex Education

This series is unapologetically blunt, bold and hilarious. So much more than a crude, horny teenage comedy, it's poignant and eye-opening, too. It's one that you will both find fun and frank.

Dear White People

This is a comedy/drama series that follows four teenagers of color in an Ivy League institution. It draws on race relations and experiences that the teens face, with each episode focusing on a different character. In light of the BLM movement in America, this is a topical and thought-provoking watch. A new season is coming soon.


Originally a French drama, this series follows suave gentleman thief Assane as he seeks vengeance using some super slick magic along the way. It's worth persevering with the subtitles because this really is a stylish and sophisticated series.

Who Killed Sara?

Newly released this year, Who Killed Sara? is a Mexican mystery thriller that follows a man jailed on suspicion of murdering his own sister - except he didn't do it, and now he wants to find out who did. This is a great series that will leave you desperate for the next installment.

The Office

Follow hapless Michael Scott and his employees in this hilarious docuseries spoof. It first aired in 2005 but its humor certainly hasn't aged. With 201 episodes, it will definitely keep you busy for a while.

The Good Place

This is a fabulous sitcom with strong performances from Kristen Bell and Ted Danson that looks at what makes a person or a life perfect. Thought-provoking, funny and poignant, this series will have you both immersed.