Stuff inside? Going a little crazy? Ready for a Netflix binge? Same! Here’s a go-to list with everything you should be watching on Netflix right now.

Spenser Confidental…

It’s the #1 movie on Netflix right now and we can see why…Mark Wahlberg. DUH! This action-filled movie is sure to have you on the edge of your seat. Perfect for those of you who are looking for something with guns, explosions, fast cars and crime.

Love Is Blind…

If you haven’t heard of this, then you may be living under a rock. If you’re a fan of ‘Married at First Sight’, this is a MUST for you. This reality dating show is taking the internet by storm so get on board and start the binge.

John Wick 3…

In the mood for some action with a side of Keanu Reeves? Well, buckle up because the third of this movie series is out and it’s an exciting watch! Filled with fights, danger and adventure, this is at the top of our list.

Trials Of Gabriel Fernandez…

If you love a good crime documentary, this is the latest for you. The Netflix original follows the story of Gabriel Fernandez, an 8-year-old who was murdered by his mother and her boyfriend. A truly intense watch.

The Lincoln Lawyer…

If you love a crime mystery then the Lincoln Lawyer is a must-watch. The gorgeous Matthew McConaughey plays a lawyer that lands a case defending a wealthy realtor’s son. Grab some popcorn and enjoy!

To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before…

If you’re in the mood for something a little cheesy but super uplifting, this romantic comedy is it. It will remind you of what it’s like to deal with the unexpected. The sequel of the movie is also on Netflix!

Someone Great…

This one is for your girl gang! These lovely ladies all band together when one of their own is left brokenhearted…a truly uplifting movie about the importance of your besties.

Schitt’s Creek…

When a wealthy family finds themselves suddenly bankrupt, they are forced to move to the only asset they still own…a small town called Schitt’s Creek. The latest seasons are out on Netflix now…bonus!

Kath & Kim…

What. A. Classic. Every Australian knows and loves these wonderful ladies, and now you can binge 4 seasons of them! That’s a reason to crack open the Tia Maria and put on some footy franks!

The Witcher…

Are you missing Game of Thrones? Need to fill in the gap in your life that was filled with magic, plotting and scheming? The Witcher is the way to go! P.s, there’s lots of shirtless Henry Cavill – bonus!

Big Mouth…

This animated series explores the hormonal journey of a group of teenagers. It’s a little kooky, a little educational and features many of our favourite SNL stars!

Sex Education…

Sex Education offers a funny yet realistic look into the lives of a group of teenagers. You will 100% be able to relate, no matter what stage of life you’re at!

Formula 1: Drive To Survive…

If you’re a fan of racing, this is perfect for you. The docuseries goes behind the scenes of Formula 1, seeing the heartbeat, the pressure and the adrenaline experienced each season. The best news? There are now 2 seasons!

Living With Yourself…

Ahh Paul Rudd, the ageless man. This time, he plays a man who is experiencing a slump in his life. The solution? Visit a very mysterious day spa and well, we won’t ruin the rest for you!

The Assassination of Gianni Versace…

This dramatic series tells the story of Andrew Cunanan, the man who murdered fashion mogul Gianni Versace in 1997. A fascinating and thrilling watch!

Dogs…

Need we say more? This documentary series follows 6 stories of love between dogs and their owners. Get ready for some cute doggos and some tears!

Riverdale…

If you are looking for a crime show based on a comic series, you’ve hit the jackpot! This show is filled with twists and turns, darkness and an epic cast. 10/10 would recommend!

Blended…

Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler…what a classic comedy duo! In this fabulous bit of fun, two parents cross paths while on holiday with their kids and well, hilarity follows!

Looking for something to watch that’s a bit more wedding related? Well, how about these wedding movies!





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