6 Must-See Shows to Watch Right Now


There are many fascinating and engaging shows currently on air that are worth checking out. From thrilling dramas and heartwarming comedies to thought-provoking documentaries and reality TV, there is something for everyone. These shows and documentaries captivate audiences with their engaging stories, compelling characters, and high-quality production values. Whether you’re looking for something to entertain you, educate you, or simply escape from reality for a while, these trending shows and documentaries are worth a watch. 

White Lotus 

The popular second season of the anthology series “The White Lotus” premiered in October 2022. Titled “Sicily”, the season follows a group of characters who are on vacation at the resort. The series explores the relationships and conflicts between the characters as they navigate their time at the resort. If you enjoyed the first season of “The White Lotus”, you will likely be thrilled by the drama of the second season. 


“Wednesday” follows the titular character as she attends Nevermore Academy and tries to use her emerging psychic abilities to solve a supernatural mystery that has haunted her family for 25 years. Along the way, she must also deal with a monstrous killing spree and navigate her complicated relationships at the academy. The show combines elements of mystery and the supernatural and follows Wednesday as she tries to master her abilities and uncover the truth. 

Netflix’s series “Wednesday” has been watched for more than 1 billion hours in its first 19 days of release, making it the third most popular show on the streaming service. Only “Squid Game” and “Stranger Things 4” have been watched for more hours.   

Dead to Me 

In the second season of “Dead to Me”, Jen and Judy are forced to confront the consequences of their actions. In the final moments of the season, they are involved in a car accident with Ben, who leaves the scene. Season 3 will continue to explore the aftermath of the accident and the mystery of Steve’s disappearance. This third and final season ends the series. 

Pepsi, Where’s my Jet? 

“Pepsi, Where’s My Jet?” is a Netflix documentary series that explores the story of John Leonard and his attempts to win a Harrier fighter jet offered by Pepsi in a 1996 ad campaign. Despite Pepsi’s belief that the jet was a joke and that the “price” of seven million Pepsi Points was impossible to reach, Leonard was determined to win the prize. The series chronicles Leonard’s efforts and the aftermath of the advertising oversight. The story has become a legend in the 26 years since it occurred, and the documentary has sparked questions from fans about Leonard’s current whereabouts and whether he was ever able to win the jet. 

The Crown 

If you haven’t done so already, tune in because season 5 of  “The Crown” is what everyone is talking about! The fifth season explores Queen Elizabeth II’s reign between 1991 and 1997, a period marked by international tensions, power struggles within the monarchy, and the high-profile divorce of Princess Diana and Prince Charles. The season delves into the Queen’s attempts to navigate these challenges and the media’s impact on her public image. Fans of the series can expect to see more of the historical events and pop culture moments that have made the show a popular Netflix original. 


The fifth season of “Yellowstone” focuses on the character of John Dutton, played by Kevin Costner, who has earned a Golden Globe nomination for his role in the series. The season follows John as he transitions into the role of governor of Montana and explores the conflicts between good and evil that arise. The show is a popular neo-western family drama, with cowboys, wild horses, and new villains coming into play. The season features a mix of new and returning cast members, and fans can expect to see more of the scenic landscapes and dramatic plot lines that have made the show a success. 


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Written by Catie Moore

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