5 Shows We’re Binge-Watching This Winter

There’s never a shortage of shows to binge-watch with all of the options currently available on streaming services such as Netflix, Hulu, Amazon and more. Whether you’re in the mood to re-watch every episode of the classic shows of your childhood or you’re patiently waiting for season four of “Ozark,” there’s something for everyone. Here’s what we’re currently watching.


Inspired by Julia Quinn’s best-selling romance novels and produced by Shonda Rhimes, this show’s premiere season takes a look at “dating” in London’s high society through the eyes of Daphne Bridgerton. The story is set during London’s Regency Era and follows the town’s most elite families as they embark on “the season” to introduce their children to society.

Where to watch it: Netflix
Why we like it: Through scandals, engagements and the quest for happiness, the town’s young women navigate through their own loves stories. It’s impossible not to be intrigued.

“The Undoing”

This psychological thriller starring Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant follows a New York couple, Grace and Jonathan Fraser, who live a life of wealth and luxury. However, that perfect life begins to unravel following Jonathan’s disappearance and the chain of events that transpire. As Grace tries to piece together the puzzle in front of her, others are looking to her for answers.

Where to watch it: HBO Max
Why we like it: This mini-series will keep you on the edge of your seat with twists and turns until the very end.

“The Crown”

While this show isn’t new to Netflix fans, its fourth season has caused quite a stir. Released in November, this season offers a glimpse into the rocky marriage of Prince Charles and Princess Diana, touches on Princess Margaret’s battles with mental illness and shows the decline of Princess Anne’s first marriage.

Where to watch it: Netflix
Why we like it: Providing intimate details into the life of the British royal family, whether they’re completely true or not, has resulted in four eventful seasons that will not disappoint.


This original series, which is produced by Marvel Studios, is set within the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It begins where “Avengers: Endgame” left off, picking up with Wanda Maximoff (the Scarlet Witch) and Vision living a storybook life in the suburbs, where they try to conceal their superpowers. Episodes are being released weekly through March 5, so while you may not be able to fully binge-watch this series all in one sitting, you will definitely wish that you could.

Where to watch it: Disney+
Why we like it: A unique blend of classic sitcoms and Marvel themes, this is an intriguing new series that introduces a new wave of superhero storymaking.

“Little Fires Everywhere”

Starring Kerry Washington and Reese Witherspoon, “Little Fires Everywhere” follows the lives of a picture-perfect mother and the mysterious mother-daughter duo that is placed in her life. Witherspoon’s character rents a home to Washington’s character, but they soon find their lives intertwined in ways they never expected.

Where to watch it: Hulu
Why we like it: With an easy-to-watch, eight-episode lineup, it’s both dramatic and relatable, leaving us wanting more.


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