Are you growing tired of your less-than-exciting Netflix queue? Well, feast your eyes on the streaming service’s top-rated section, which ranks popular TV shows based on who’s watching what. Since the list is updated daily, it has become an ideal place to find new suggestions, no matter your viewing preferences.
1. All American
Spencer James (Daniel Ezra) is headed down a dangerous path that could ruin his promising football career—that is, until his mom forces him to transfer to Beverly Hills High School, where he meets Coach Billy Baker (Taye Diggs). Oh, and did we mention it’s inspired by real events, just like Friday Night Lights?
2. Love Is Blind: After the Altar
After the Altar is a follow-up to season one of Love Is Blind. The limited series doubles as a reunion special, updating fans on where the cast is now. (Shocking fact: Two couples are not only still together, but they’re also happily married.)
3. Virgin River
Join J.J. as he uses music to teach himself about the alphabet, numbers, animal sounds and other kid-friendly topics. (Warning: The nursery rhymes will be stuck in your head for weeks.)
6. The Flash
Meet Barry Allen (Grant Gustin), a crime-scene investigator whose life is turned upside-down when he develops super speed after getting struck by lightning.
7. Never Have I Ever
Season two (which is now available on Netflix) picks up right where we left off, with Devi (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan) struggling to navigate her love triangle with Ben (Jaren Lewison) and Paxton (Darren Barnet).
8. The Walking Dead
The Walking Dead takes place in the aftermath of a zombie apocalypse. As of this week, season ten is now streaming on Netflix, so prepare to binge-watch from beginning to end.
Billie (Sarah Shahi) is a suburban mom who’s growing tired of her boring routine—and sex life—with her husband, Cooper (Mike Vogel). When she starts fantasizing about her former fling, Brad (Adam Demos), she finds herself on a scandalous journey.
10. Outer Banks
The drama focuses on John B. (Chase Stokes) and his “crew”—JJ (Rudy Pankow), Pope (Jonathan Daviss) and Kiara (Madison Bailey)—as they embark on a dangerous treasure hunt. Outer Banks season two hits Netflix on July 30, which explains the sudden rise in popularity.
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