The 18 Shows Our Editors Are Binge-Watching Right Now

Taking a peek inside of my brain at any moment is like playing a game of 21 Questions—except half of the questions don’t have answers, everything is in a language that no one speaks, and somewhere in the distance, Fergalicious is playing on a loop at max volume. 

Is Mercury in retrograde? Why do I receive six calls about my car’s warranty per day? Note: I do not have a car. How much coffee is too much coffee? How do I get eight hours of sleep in a mere two hours? Why are men the way that they are?

But of all of the questions that invade my brain on a daily basis, one of the more perplexing and recurring of all is the long-contemplated question of “What am I going to watch tonight?” After what seems like a decade of making the most of our time indoors and on the couch, you too might be feeling the “I’ve reached the end of my favorite streaming service” woes. Fear not, Evergirls, our team is here to share the installments that they’re currently binge-watching to give you some much-needed inspiration on your TV-watching endeavors. Grab your remote and your popcorn… these are the features that our team just can’t get enough of right now:

 

1. Peaky Blinders

Where to stream: Netflix

Number of seasons: 4

Peaky Blinders is a British crime-drama that follows the notorious Shelby family in the years following WWI. After a few episodes of watching war-hero-turned-gang-leader Tommy Shelby (swoon) run the streets of Birmingham, England, you won’t be able to stop watching.

 

2. Grace and Frankie

Where to stream: Netflix

Number of seasons: 6

If you’re looking for a feel-good, laugh-so-hard-you-might-pee-your-pants show to help you escape the woes of the world, Grace and Frankie has your back. After the two women learn that their husbands are having an affair with each other, they find unexpected friendship, and together, they tackle the trials of being bachelorettes in their later years.

 

3. Virgin River

Where to stream: Netflix

Number of seasons: 2

Virgin River is one of Netflix’s newer installments that has certainly stolen the hearts of those who have given it a chance. This romantic, soapy drama tells the tale of Mel, a midwife who leaves her job in L.A. for a fresh start in a remote town in Northern California. While she works to heal her past, she learns that the simple life isn’t quite as simple as it seems.

 

4. Good Trouble

Where to stream: Hulu

Number of seasons: 2

The Fosters fans, you already know. This spinoff drama series follows Callie and Mariana as they embark on their new journey in Los Angeles. Together, they navigate all that young adulthood and city life has to offer—including but not limited to: living on their own; flirting with fresh, steamy romances; working in male-dominated fields; and feeling the weight of the world on their shoulders. 

 

5. Real Housewives of New York

Where to stream: Hulu

Number of seasons: 12

What do you get when you mix the Big Apple, a previous talk-show host, a part-time socialist, a best-selling author, and a savvy businesswoman? You guessed it: a perfect amount of drama that serves as the perfect escape from the real world. If you’re looking for a reality series with a ton of episodes and a great cast, RHONY is your next move.

 

6. The Great

Where to stream: Hulu

Number of seasons: 1

The Great is a satirical, comedic drama that highlights the rise of Catherine The Great. When she arrives in Russia to wed Emperor Peter (who, for lack of a better term, sucks), she finds herself in a backward world that only she can save. This witty, historical comedy will be sure to keep you on your toes.

 

7. Survivor

Where to stream: Netflix (season 20 and 28), Hulu (seasons 1-34)

Number of seasons: 40

Survivor is in its 40th season… feel old yet? This reality series is an oldie but a goodie and you can stream (most of the) seasons between Netflix and Hulu. Watch castaways of brains, beauty, or brawn fight for the title of Sole Survivor in the jungles of Cambodia from the comfort of your own home. 

 

8. The Handmaid’s Tale

Where to stream: Hulu

Number of seasons: 3

This Emmy-nominated dystopian series is so powerful, you’ll blow through it in record time. The Handmaid’s Tale tells the story of Offred, a woman who is fighting to survive a fundamentalist regime that treats women as property of the state.

 

9. Fate: The Winx Saga

Where to stream: Netflix

Number of seasons: 1

Fate: The Winx Saga is one of Netflix’s newest shows that is bound to bring some magic into your household. This teen fantasy drama centers its attention on Bloom, a fire fairy, who enrolls in a magical boarding school. It’s here that learns about her past, harnesses her powers, and deals with the threat of the magical unknown.

 

10. Pretty Little Liars

Where to stream: HBO Max

Number of seasons: 7

Pretty Little Liars is the ultimate throwback and one that is worth a rewatch (or a first-time watch if you’ve never hopped on board). This mystery drama series tells the tale of four high school girls whose clique falls apart after their best friend disappears. But the disappearance is truly only the intro to bigger scandals and conspiracies at hand. If you don’t watch it for the plot, watch it for the evolving fashion and for Ezra Fitz’s face. You’re welcome in advance.

 

11. Bling Empire

Where to stream: Netflix

Number of seasons: 1

Netflix’s newest reality TV situation did not disappoint and it was gifted to us in the form of Bling Empire. This series focuses on the lives of incredibly wealthy Asians and Asian-Americans living life to the fullest in Los Angeles. It’s like the real-life Crazy Rich Asians and we’re telling you, you’re going to love it.

 

12. I May Destroy You

Where to stream: HBO Max

Number of seasons: 1

How I May Destroy You didn’t receive a Golden Globe nomination this year is actually the eighth wonder of the world. This raw, thought-provoking, witty British TV series is predominately based in London and tells the story of Arabella, a young woman who seeks to rebuild her life after being sexually assaulted. Run, do not walk, this series deserves a spot at the very top of your watch list.

 

13. A Discovery of Witches

Where to stream: Prime, Sundance

Number of seasons: 1

A witch and a vampire form a forbidden alliance to solve the mysteries hidden within a bewitched manuscript. What could go wrong? This British fantasy series serves up all of the magic, mystery, romance, and adventure your heart could ever desire and is a worthy watch the next time you find yourself stumped at TV time.

 

14. Search Party

Where to stream: HBO Max

Number of seasons: 4

After a former college acquaintance disappears, several 20-somethings rise to the occasion and become entangled in solving the mystery. Search Party is hard to categorize because truly, there’s nothing like it. There’s mystery, there’s satire, there’s dark comedy, there are thrills, and there is a 100 percent chance that this will be your next favorite.

 

15. The Bold Type

Where to stream: Hulu

Number of seasons: 4

This Freeform comedy-drama series is exactly what your life is missing right now. The Bold Type tells the tale inspired by the life and career of former editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan magazine, Joanna Coles, who is the executive producer of the series. It centers on a trio of women finding their voices at Scarlet magazine, leaning on each other and navigating their lives in New York City.

 

16. Parks and Recreation

Where to stream: Peacock

Number of seasons: 7

If you’re like the rest of us and have already watched every episode of Parks and Rec, this is your sign to rewatch it on Peacock (the first two seasons are free!). If you have never watched, we envy that you get to experience it for the first time and encourage you to get on it as soon as humanely possible. This show is the perfect comedic pick-me-up and will leave you belly laughing scene after scene. Leslie Knope, we love your work.

 

17. Tiny Pretty Things

Where to stream: Netflix

Number of seasons: 1

If Dance Moms and Pretty Little Liars had a love child, Netflix’s new drama, Tiny Pretty Things, would most definitely be it. When an unexpected attack brings down Cassie, a ballet school’s star ballerina, her replacement, Neveah, enters a world of cutthroat competition, controversy, betrayal, and mystery. 

 

18. The Wilds

Where to stream: Amazon Prime

Number of seasons: 1

When a group of teens endure a plane crash that leaves them as castaways on a deserted island, they must fight for survival while they learn about each other, their histories, and their traumas. But even more of a twist than the plane crash itself? They didn’t end up there by accident. You heard me: this one is 10/10 worth the watch.