Let us hit you with a real first world problem: Netflix has pumped out so many incredible shows in 2018 – covering so many genres while breaking so much ground – that we’re now too spoiled for choice.
With hits such as Glow and Girlboss, Netflix is a surefire Diva paradise.
That’s why we’re collating our favorite Netflix shows slaying it RN so you don’t have to face that dreaded selection anxiety!
1. Everything Sucks
There will never be a shortage of love for the 90s. The evergreen decade consistently influences our fashion, music and TV, all while tugging at our nostalgia for simpler days.
Enter: Everything Sucks. An unabashed, saccharine love letter that crams as much 90s into 30 minutes than we previously thought physically possible. Double denim, sluggish dial-up and the backstreet boys; we’re talking the whole 9 yards of unfiltered, fantastic 90s goodness.
The show follows the trials of the Boring, Oregan AV club, as they navigate the treacherous perils of high-school (which is difficult no matter what the decade). Crushes, friendship, heartbreak, and comedy: it’s all here and all through the filter of the pre-millennium!
2. The End of the F***ing World
Everyone loves a good road trip; long quiet miles of contemplation mottled with moments of touching friendship – the opportunity to find yourself. But that’s been done before, right? What if, on your two-man road trip, one of the travelers was a sociopath who constantly fantasized about killing the other?
Well, that’s The End of the F***ing world in a nutshell – and if the core concept doesn’t grab you, the quirky charm of the show and characters certainly will.
3. Crazy Ex-Girlfriend
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend takes everything awesome about contemporary and classic TV – musicals, comedy, parody, and style – and mashes them into one of the most hysterical, on-point shows airing anywhere right now.
Exploring the difficulties of Borderline Personality Disorder – both from the perspective of the sufferer and those around them – the show manages to tow the line between genuine representation and sensitivity and outrageous comedy and parody. Equal measures of controversy and humanity, this rollercoaster of a show really is a wild ride – we couldnt reccomend it enough!