Have you ever scrolled through Netflix and thought, "Wow, is there anything on here I haven't seen?" While of course, it's probably impossible to see everything, it can sure seem like it when you are done watching your favourite TV for the 30th time. These TV shows are perfect if you've literally watched everything on Netflix Canada.
I feel your pain if you just finished your fav TV show and cannot find something else you want to watch. You ask your friends what to watch and think, "yeah, maybe!" and never end up clicking the show. Or maybe you've heard great things about a show and have just kind of brushed it off.
Well if you're at that point, then it's time to choose something out of your comfort zone or a popular show you've been putting off. Here are all the shows that are perfect if you've seen pretty much everything on Netflix Canada.
If any of your friends have watched Skins, then they will tell you how amazing it is. Skins is pretty much the British version of Degrassi, and the characters deal with things such as pregnancy, eating disorders, drugs, sexuality, and more.
Schitt's Creek is one of the most talked about shows lately and it's for good reason. It's about a super rich family who suddenly loses all their money. A few years back, they bought a town called Schitt's Creek as a joke and that becomes the only place they can afford to live. It's truly one of the best shows on TV right now, and you won't regret watching it.
One Day at a Time
One Day at a Time is a show about family, so if you're in the mood for a cheesy kind of show, this is perfect for you. It's about a newly single parent who is navigating the world with her Cuban-American family. She has to figure out how to do things alone, but not too alone, as she turns to her mom for pretty much everything.
Drop Dead Diva
Drop Dead Diva is a show that ran from 2009-2014, but fans of the show still miss it. Thankfully, it's on Netflix Canada so we can watch it whenever. Drop Dead Diva is about a woman named Deb who dies in a car accident but comes back as a woman named Jane. Jane is an attorney, and since it's really Deb inside her body, she has to try to navigate life as someone completely different than her past self.
The Fosters is a show about a blended family that consists of biological children, adopted children and foster care children. The Fosters shows all of the different types of relationships families have. This show ran for 5 seasons and got 97% on Rotten Tomatoes, so you know it's good.
Type: Reality TV
Once I started watching Shark Tank, I couldn't stop. If you've never seen it, Shark Tank is a show where people come on to display their products in hopes that one of the 'sharks' will invest their money into their business. It may sound a little boring, but there is always so much drama and your heart feels for the people who don't get a business deal.
Scream is based on the Scream movies, but this time it's turned into a TV show. It's definitely more millennial now, as it starts off with a cyberbullying incident that happens. Scream this time around shows how murder can bring friends together, but also tear them apart.
Switched at Birth
Switched at Birth is a story about a girl who gets a blood test, and realizes her parents are not her parents. It turns out she was switched at birth, and they end up meeting their real daughter. The families then move in together, who are complete opposites and try to make it work for their daughters.
Type: Psychological horror
Bates Motel is about a widow who buys a motel hoping that it would distract her and her son. Wanting a new life, the two try to make friends, but locals aren't very into them. The new town they live in called White Pine Bay is not as welcoming or peaceful as it looks.