A Netflix Guide to 'Quarantine & Chill'
With everyone inside it is a perfect time to not grab some popcorn, Netflix and chill, or so we thought, but with not even that distract us maybe it’s finally time to finish that one series you never get to or finally make use of your Netflix subscription. Here is Voir’s complied list of TV shows that can entertain you, separated by time investment of each TV show. Sit back and enjoy this Netflix and chill (It takes less energy)
Love Is Blind
This show has taken Netflix by storm. The show hosted by Nick and Vanessa Lachey is designed to test the theory is that love is blind. The show brings single people looking for love and tests them to fall in love and get engaged without seeing each other. After the engagement, the couples are sent into the real world to see if their love survives. This show is premium guilty pleasure material with only one season out the time investment of this show is less than a week
Netflix queer eye is a spin-off show of a television series called Queer Eye for the Straight Guy that was originally about a team of gay professionals in fields performing makeovers on straight men. Now, the show Makes over people of all genders and backgrounds. Unlike other makeover shows the makeover covers a person’s entire lifestyle from fashion, food grooming to their surroundings. This show will have you laughing and crying with 4 seasons the time investment of this show is 4 weeks.
Next In Fashion
Next in fashion is a fashion design competition hosted by Tan France and Alexa Chung the show is based around eighteen designers competing for $250,000 cash price and an opportunity to debut their collection with Net-a-Porter. The show similar to project runway but with a social media feel, a soundtrack that slaps and awesome runway reveals with only one season out the time investment is less than a week.
If you haven’t watched this show by know we honestly don’t know what you have been up to luckily there is no time like the present. YOU the show we hate to love was one of the highest-rated shows on Netflix with only 2 seasons out the showtime investment is 1 week but realistically you will binge-watch this show in half the time.
Good girls a tale of single mums fed up of the struggle who turn into criminals. This show will keep you at the edge of your seat as you watch the women jump through hurdles and push their boundaries. With 2 seasons available on Netflix the time investment of this show is 1 week.
Elite is a Spanish teen drama show about teens in a luxury school. The best way to describe this show is, think gossip girl but with murder. This show has tackle teen identity and is perfect for a good binge-watch so grab your snacks and be prepared to invest 1 week into the 3 seasons of Elite.
Although there is nothing like the perfect crime money heist comes close. The Spanish tv show centred around a bank robbery orchestrated in Spain the show will have you glued to your screen as you anticipate what the professor will do next with 3 seasons out the time investment of this show is 1 week. Trust.
The life of the royals has always been fascinating. The ups and downs of the royal family like you have never seen them before. The crown tells the story of Queen Elizabeth the II. The show has 3 seasons, so the time investment is 3 weeks realistically 2 weeks it’s that good.
Stranger Things is an American science fiction, drama-horror web television series created by the Duffer Brothers and released on Netflix. ... The Duffer Brothers developed the series as a mix of investigative drama alongside supernatural elements portrayed with horror, science fiction and childlike sensibilities.
Jane The Virgin
Jane the virgin is a satirical tv series about a girl named Jane who happens to be a virgin who gets accidentally inseminated. The show is set to the theme of a telenovela and often mocks the genre cliché characters and crazy plots. Besides the impossible storyline, this show is guaranteed to keep you interested with 5 seasons and time investment of 4 weeks.
Words by Precious Njoki
Graphics by Katie Janes