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The Best New TV Shows Worth Bingeing

Wave goodbye to your social lives with our list of the best new TV shows you need to watch.

Looking for a new series to stream? Squander away your weekends with nail-biting thrillers, 90s TV sitcoms and comedy classics. We’ve pulled together a binge-worthy edit of must-see TV shows, all available to stream now. So clear your calendar, make space on your sofa and get ready to wave goodbye to your social lives; these are the best new TV shows worth staying in for...


Although it has been around a while, this newbie to Netflix has local audiences captivated. Almost a reality show, StartUp follows the rise of digital currency and the dark side of this new technology.

Watch on Netflix


Hot, steamy and down-right salacious, Sex/Life is the new Fifty Shades. One particular shower scene has had everyone jumping on the bandwagon to see what all the fuss is about. Following the humdrum life of a suburban mother as she takes a trip down memory lane to recapture her wild-child past.

Watch on Netflix

The Serpent

Another one for crime show lovers, this International tale tells the story of serial killer Charles Sobhraj. Infamous for murdering young tourists between 1975 to 2000, the beautiful backdrop of Bangkok, Thailand sets the scene for this captivating crime tale.

Watch on Netflix 

The Queen's Gambit

Chess has never looked so good. Taking the world by storm late last year, the hype around The Queen's Gambit is most definitely warranted. This Cold War-era drama follows chess prodigy Beth Harmon as she strives and struggles to become the world's best,

Watch on Netflix

Ginny & Georgia

Move over Gilmore Girls, there's a new mum and daughter in town. This comedy-drama follows the lives of young, single mum Ginny, her daughter Georgia and her son Austin. Expect laughs, tears and some real-life stuff.

Watch on Netflix

Mare of Easttown

Crime, drama and Kate Winslet...what else could you hope for in a TV show? This limited series crime drama follows a detective as she investigates a murder in small-town Philadelphia.

Watch on Binge


Fashionistas and nostalgia-lovers, rejoice! This biographical miniseries from Ryan Murphy illustrates the beautifully crazy life of designer Halston. From his party escapades at Studio 54 to his acclaimed designer ranges, you will be deeply enthralled in the highs and lows of his exceptional life. 

Watch on Netflix


The drama show to fill 'The Crown' shaped hole in your life, Bridgerton is a period-drama of epic proportions. Combine high society, love, lust, honour and some seriously good-looking actors, to get this whimsical, modern interpretation of regency life.

Watch on Netflix

It's a Sin

You will laugh, cry and be left deep in thought after finishing this five-part miniseries. Set between 1981 to 1991, the series follows a group of gay men in the UK during the HIV/AIDS crisis. Expect to be wowed by the young, talented cast and deeply moved by the story.

Watch on Stan


This dark comedy starring Aussie fave Rose Byrne is quickly becoming a must-watch show. Following a housewife's journey of self-discovery to become an aerobics icon, you can expect lots of fun and crazy twists.

Watch on Apple TV

Loving our edit of the best TV shows to binge online and looking for more at home inspo? Well, we have a whole list of things to keep you occupied while your housebound. From delicious recipes and home design ideas, to mindful meditation, there are plenty of different things to keep you inspired.