It seems like every week everyone is raving about the popular Netflix original series or movie that you have to binge-watch. Here's a handy guide to know where to start.
If you have nostalgia for old-school horror and the early 1980s, this thrilling sci-fi series is for you.
This suspenseful docuseries takes a fresh look at the investigation surrounding a Baltimore nun's death in 1969, which occurred only two months after she confronted her priest about sexual assault allegations.
Another gripping docuseries, Wild Wild Country tells the story of how a controversial Indian guru and his followers changed a community in Oregon forever.
Get inside the minds of some seriously deranged killers in this 1970s-set crime drama starring Jonathan Groff.
Idris Elba won a SAG award for his performance in this Netflix original film. The jarring war drama is not to be missed.
Created by 30 Rock's Tina Fey, this dark yet whimsical sitcom follows Kimmy (Ellie Kemper), a woman who's creating her new life in NYC after being rescued from a doomsday cult.
This grittier look at the classic Anne of Green Gables follows Anne as she transforms into a spirited teen on Prince Edward Island.
The docuseries follows members of a community college football team in Mississippi as they go for their third consecutive national championship and attempt to make it to the NFL.
Relive your worst coming-of-age stories in this animated comedy about teenagers whose lives are completely thrown off by puberty.
The scripted series, set in a minimum-security federal prison, stars an amazing ensemble female cast. It has also racked up accolades during awards season, receiving Emmys, Golden Globes and more.
Neil Patrick Harris brings his version of Count Olaf to life in this rendition of the classic tale.
Inspired by the all-female wrestling league from the '80s, GLOW follows the empowering journey of a struggling actress (Alison Brie) who finds an unlikely big break in the new world of women's wrestling.
James, a self-proclaimed psychopath, and Alyssa, the cool new girl at school, go on a road trip in search of Alyssa's father in this quirky comedy.
Based on the Margaret Atwood novel, this twisted drama portrays the story of an immigrant servant in the mid-1800s who's convicted of murdering her owner and sentenced to life in prison.
An animated series starring a washed-up former TV star? Funny. The fact that the fictional star in question is... well... a horse? Super funny.
This Netflix documentary follows the Flint, Michigan police department as it deals with the harsh struggles in the community such as violence and the water crisis.
A reimagining of the 1975 series of the same name, this comedy-drama centers around a Cuban-American family as they navigate the rollercoaster of life.
The drama chronicles the life of Queen Elizabeth II from her ascension to the throne at 25 to her modern-day rule.
Even more addicting than NPR's podcast Serial, this docuseries tells the true story of a man who served nearly two decades in jail for a crime he didn't commit, and then is arrested again upon being released, this time for murder. But did he do it?
Netflix turns the 2014 film of the same name into a series that dives deeper into the issues of race, sexuality and privilege.
Loosely based on the life of the show's star, Maria Bamford, the series is about a comic trying to get her life together after taking a break to treat her bipolar disorder. It may only have two seasons, but both are totally worth a watch.
This delicious docuseries profiles world-renowned culinary geniuses. Good luck watching this without salivating.
Ava DuVernay's powerful documentary on race in the criminal justice system argues that slavery has evolved into modern-day mass incarceration.
Parks and Recreation alum Aziz Ansari stars as a 30-something actor in New York who is best known for a Go-Gurt commercial. He hilariously struggles to make decisions when it comes to his professional life, online dating, and more.