If your Netflix queue is boring your couch potato self to a crisp, we highly recommend you browse the streaming service’s top-rated section, which ranks popular TV shows based on who’s watching what. From The Haunting of Bly Manor to Cocomelon, keep reading for the most popular shows right now.
1. Unsolved Mysteries
The docuseries is back with another season of mysteries that arrived just in time for Halloween. Each episode investigates a different unsolved crime, so prepare to walk away with loads of burning questions.
2. The Haunting of Bly Manor
In season two of The Haunting of Hill House anthology series, an au pair named Danielle “Dani” Clayton (Victoria Pedretti) gets hired as a governess at a remote estate. Will she be able to escape…alive?
3. Emily in Paris
Emily Cooper (Lily Collins) is given the opportunity of a lifetime when she travels to France to help a Parisian company with its social media marketing. While there, she experiences culture shock, language barriers and love triangles—oh my!
4. Schitt’s Creek
The Roses are forced to give up their lavish lifestyle when they realize they’re broke. It might not be the most action-packed TV show, but it won a record-breaking number of awards at this year’s Emmys. (NBD.)
Join J.J. as he uses music to teach himself about the alphabet, numbers, animal sounds and other kid-friendly topics. (Disclaimer: The nursery rhymes will be stuck in your head for weeks.)
The supernatural show follows a forensic psychologist (Katja Herbers) who is tasked with investigating a series of incidents.
7. Grand Army
The series introduces five teenagers who are students at the largest public high school in Brooklyn. Together, they fight to succeed and break down boundaries in an attempt to better their future.
8. Dream Home Makeover
Thanks to Shea and Syd McGee of Studio McGee, real families get the opportunity to revamp their space. (Warning: It will bring out your inner DIY-er.)
9. The 100
A nuclear Armageddon destroys civilization on Earth. The only survivors were in orbit on the international space stations at the time. Can they save humanity?
10. The Office
The docuseries follows the employees of Dunder Mifflin Paper Company as they try (and fail) to cope with the childish antics of the branch’s Regional Manager, Michael Scott (Steve Carell).