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2 months ago, by Voir Editorial Team The Binge-Worthy Series To See You Through Spring

2 months ago, by Voir Editorial Team

The Binge-Worthy Series To See You Through Spring

Time for a binge session? We have you covered. This spring, streamers like Netflix and Amazon Prime are covering all genres from romance to gory horror, so whatever you’re into, this month’s trending watches have something for you.

Bridgerton returns this week, clinging to its timeless 19th century charm, while Nicole Lecky’s socially relevant mini-series, Mood, is an entertaining but important watch for the present era. Read on to find out what you need to be watching this spring.


Our favourite period drama returns this month, and we’re expecting all the opulent 19th century charm we saw in season one with a slightly renovated (but equally diverse and youthful) cast. Featuring Simone Ashley and Jonathan Bailey, this season is set to follow Anthony Bridgerton on his quest to marry debutante Edwina Sharma, but he has to get through her critical sister first!

The drama-fuelled and addictive series’ second chapter will hit Netflix on Friday, so keep your pearls and corsets at the ready.


In one of the most socially relevant shows of our time, the multi- talented Nicole Lecky wrote and stars in Mood, a show that speaks to a generation of social media fanatics. Mood follows protagonist Sasha, a rap star with dreams of becoming famous, who sets out on a mission to make it big on social media.

Dealing with relevant themes from the dangers of social media to hustle culture, the BBC 3 show is an important and relevant watch this spring.

Brand New Cherry Flavour

Having recently blown up on Tiktok for its racy scenes, this LA-based series isn’t for the faint
hearted. The Netflix eight- part series sees a female director seek sweet revenge from a TVproducer who wronged her.

Based on Todd Grimson’s 1996 novel, the gory series is a blast of freakish horror with a 90s cinematic aesthetic. While it was first released in August last year, the series has been trending on platforms like Tiktok and Twitter recently due to its sexual scenes that had viewers joking they had to wash their eyes after watching.


Fans of futuristic feel goods listen up, Amazon Prime’s Upload is the comedy you can’t miss this spring. Having just released season two, Greg Daniel’s Upload is a mesh of our
favourite dystopian comedies from Black Mirror to Afterlife. The show follows protagonist Nathan who is able to decide how his afterife will go. Robbie Amell and Andy Allo play exciting and lively characters in a love triangle trope.

From romance to sci-fi- this series is binge worthy no matter your preferred genre.

Pieces of her

Based on Karin Slaughter’s New York Times best seller, this series isn’t in Netflix’s UK top ten for no reason. The thrilling mystery follows 30- year-old Andy, who thought she knew everything there was to know about her relatively ordinary mother, until one day changed everything. Andy witnesses her mother violently dispose of a shooter, opening up the questions about her true identity. Inevitably, you’ll become emotionally involved in finding out who Andy’s elusive mother really is, keeping you on the edge of your seat the whole time.

Russian Doll

Ever feel like you’re living the same day over and over? Well, Natasha Lyonne’s Russian
Doll character, Nadia, is! Russian Doll captures Nadia living the same day over and over as
she uncovers the meaning behind her groundhog day. Capturing New York life in a comedic
style, the series (first released in 2019) is back on our radar as a second season is
confirmed for April and unlike the show’s protagonist, we can’t wait to do it all over again.

Words By Olivia Bhoots

Feature Image Gerasim Kutsaron


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