Our watch list of the most binge-worthy Netflix shows

What better way to pass time on a lazy Sunday afternoon than by catching up on the new binge-worthy Netflix shows? Check out our favourites here.

Tidying Up with Marie Kondo

Japanese organising consultant and author Marie Kondo helps clients de-clutter their houses and helps give their homes makeovers in this series that has an universal appeal, both to those who are great at tidying up their houses and those who aspire to do that some day.

Sex Education

In this quirky and sometimes poignant series, a socially awkward high-school virgin opens a clinic on sex education with his whip-smart badass friend Maeve. While drawing out quite a few chuckles and even uproarious laughter from the audience at its comedic scenes, the series deftly touches upon topics of relationships, trauma, body positivity, gender roles, homosexuality and religion, ‘educating’ us along the way.


Based on the eponymous 2014 novel by Caroline Kepnes, You follows the journey of Joe Goldberg, a New York bookstore manager, who falls in love with an aspiring writer Guinevere Beck. What happens next is anything but a love story, but it’s sure to keep you at the edge of your seat and breathlessly waiting for the next season which – thankfully –is already being filmed.

The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

Adapted from the comic book series, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, this is a rather dark coming-of-age tale, where teenage witch Sabrina Spellman juggles between her dual nature– half-witch, half-human – while fighting against the evil forces that threaten her family.


Originally a BBC series, Bodyguard started airing on Netflix late last year, quickly striking a chord with viewers as they immerse in war veteran David Budd’s struggles to come to terms with the polarizing political ideology of the very politician he is working for. Richard Madden, as David Budd, won audiences’ heart and the Golden Globe for the Best Actor in a TV Drama in 2018 for his titular performance.