Let’s be honest here guys and gals, you can’t just watch one Netflix show. I mean you can but what’s the point in that. Netflix was made for bingers and I for one am a self-proclaimed Netflix addict.
Most of our Netflix watching tends to happen over the weekend when we don’t have to worry about how late it is as we let the next episode start. But recently I’ve been having a bit of a mid-week binge.
Now PLL is over and we’ve pretty much watched every classic TV show that’s on Netflix (you can see our favourite series here) I’ve been on the hunt for some new gems. So I took to Twitter and was recommend the new Netflix Original series GLOW.
I haven’t even finished season one yet but OH MY GOODNESS guys you NEED to watch it. If you love anything #Girlboss, Ru Paul sass, Orange is the New Black and 80’s fashion then you will love GLOW.
I won’t tell you too much but it follows a group of women who think they are auditioning for an acting job only to find out it’s for a new television show called the “glamorous ladies of wrestling”.
Now I know what you’re thinking. Wrestling isn’t very glamorous nor does it sound like a decent TV series at first but trust me. This needs to be your next binge.
If you love Orange is the New Black and the diversity of characters in it then you will deffinetly love this. There aren’t as many characters but you still get to know them and their stories in a similar way OITNB does. – Helps that they both had the same producer.
What’s great about it is that it’s one of those series that doesn’t have a cliff hanger at the end of every episode so you can go to bed at a decent hour without wondering what happens next. But it’s still such a good series with a unique storyline that keeps you hooked so you can binge watch it.
I’m absolutely hooked on the series and can’t wait for my boyfriend to go to football practice tomorrow so I can finish it.
I’m still on the look out for more series to start so please leave any suggestions in the comments. I’ve been told Suits is great, and we have just started watching Netflix Original, The Killing.
© Emmi Bowles