These 13 TV Shows on Netflix Are Serious Hidden Gems
There are an endless amount of options when it comes to things to watch on Netflix.
With so many things to see, it can get a bit overwhelming to decide on which TV show you should give a chance. That's where we come in.
After countless hours of staying home binging tons of different shows, we've rounded up 13 hidden gems worth spending your entire free time watching.
Keep scrolling to see them all!
What it's about: After discovering she can see demons, Amy teams up with Raquel to take them all down.
Why it's worth watching: Though it has a dark premise, the show is absolutely hilarious. Every character's comedic timing and delivery is on point. You'll laugh, scream and cry while watching this show. Plus, it's only in its first season, which only has six episodes, so it's an easy binge.
(Crazyhead via Netflix)
Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries
What it's about: In 1920s Melbourne, Lady Detective Miss Phryne Fisher uses her impeccable sleuthing skills to solve murders better than her male counterparts.
Why it's worth watching: This show has everything—mystery, romance and a whole lot of stunning Australian accents. The actors embody their characters so well that you almost forget you're watching a TV show.
(Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries via Every Cloud Productions)
Call the Midwife
What it's about: Set in East London, this show follows the lives of midwives at a convent in the late 1950s.
Why it's worth watching: If you're a fan of more mellow TV shows, this one is right up your alley. You'll find yourself quickly involved in the show, thanks to the lovable characters and easy-to-follow plot.
(Call the Midwife via BBC)
What it's about: When everyone over the age of 22 is killed by a mysterious disease in a small town, the government quarantines the survivors and leaves them to fend for themselves.
Why it's worth watching: We will admit we first started watching this show when we discovered Jennette McCurdy was the star, but we stayed for its thrilling plot. Trust us, you'll be hooked in no time.
(Between via Netflix)
What it's about: A group of time travelers are tasked with saving the world from a dismal future.
Why it's worth watching: Who doesn't know what it'd be like to be able to time travel? Granted, this is a far more dramatic representation of the superpower than we're used to seeing, but it will constantly keep you on the edge of your seat.
(Travelers via Peacock Alley Entertainment)
What it's about: When Shawn convinces the Santa Barbara police department he's psychic (spoiler alert: he's not!), they hire him to help him solve a series of cases.
Why it's worth watching: It goes without saying that Psych might be one of the funniest shows ever. Shawn and his best friend Gus are a dynamic duo who somehow manage to save the day even though they have no idea what they're doing. Comedy at its finest.
(Psych via NBC Universal Television Studios)
What it's about: Set in 1920s Madrid, this show follows four very different women who have just been hired to be telephone operators.
Why it's worth watching: We love a piece that's driven by strong female leads, and this show is no exception. You'll find yourself identifying with all of these women at various points in the series.
(Cable Girls via Netflix)
Lost & Found Music Studios
What it's about: The show follows a group of teens who are involved in an after-school program dedicated to helping them discover their musical identities.
Why it's worth watching: The music in this show is surprisingly really solid and there are some truly talented young stars.
(Lost & Found Music Studios via Netflix)
One Day at a Time
What it's about: A Cuban-American family is just trying to make their way through life one day at a time. See what we did there?
Why it's worth watching: If you're a fan of Fuller House, this show is for you. The show discusses a number of important issues that everyone at any age has either dealt with or is dealing with currently, so it's remarkably relatable. Plus, you wish your family was as cool as the Alvarezes.
(One Day at a Time via Netflix)
Star Wars: The Clone Wars
What it's about: Yoda, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Mace Windu, Anakin Skywalker and other Jedi Knights attempt to defeat the droid army of the Separatists in this animated series.
Why it's worth watching: For all of you Star Wars fans, which we're assuming is a lot of you, you'll enjoy seeing cartoon versions of your fave characters take down the likes of Darth Maul.
(Star Wars: The Clone Wars via Cartoon Network)
What it's about: FBI agent Audrey Parker is sent to Haven, Maine, to join forces with the local police to crack unsolved mysteries in the town.
Why it's worth watching: This show is basically the perfect mix of Supernatural meets Once Upon a Time. And Audrey is a serious kick-butt character you can't help but root for.
(Haven via Entertainment One)
Tales by Light
What it's about: This show takes you around the world to show you the lengths nature photographers will go to in order to capture the perfect shot.
Why it's worth watching: With the help of this show, you basically get to travel the world from the comfort of your own home. Who doesn't want that?
(Tales by Light via Netflix)
What it's about: Set in a dystopian future, 100 juvenile delinquents are sent back to earth after it was destroyed by a nuclear war in hopes of repopulating the planet.
Why it's worth watching: This show is bananas, b-a-n-a-n-a-s. In all seriousness, there is a lot of action and drama happening on this show, which will leave your jaw on the floor as you scream 'what?!' at your TV almost every episode.
(The 100 via The CW)
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