5 Bingable TV Series on Netflix that We Can’t Stop Watching!

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If the quarantine has done anything for us, it’s that it gave us plenty of time to binge-watch shows that have been collecting dust in our Netflix lists. So, we have 5 bingable TV series on Netflix that are absolutely a must-watch. They are all thrillers and are guaranteed to leave you guys asking for more! With stellar performances, amazing premises and creepy atmospheres, these thrillers should be the ones you should be aiming to watch next if you haven’t already.

So, here are 5 bingable TV series on Netflix that you should absolutely watch:

Black Spot

This one’s hands-down the series that I feel the weakest about. I dearly love this show. It has everything – mystery, intrigue, crime and an eerie, creepy forest with mysterious creatures in it. Black Spot has two seasons, with a third in the works. Each season has 8 episodes.

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The Plot: A police chief and an eccentric new prosecutor investigate a string of grisly crimes and eerie phenomena in an isolated town at the edge of a forest.
Starring: Suliane Brahim, Hubert Delattre, Laurent Capelluto.
Language: French.
Watch it here.

Into the Night

My list would be incomplete without Into the Night. Honestly, I wouldn’t be able to choose my favourite among these ones on the list. But Into the Night comes really close to it. Some great characters and a story which is set at the time of an apocalypse – perfect series to watch in 2020. Into the Night’s characters are so heart-warmingly great that it will break your heart sometimes. A must watch. You can read the detailed review here.

The Plot: When a mysterious cosmic disaster strikes Earth, survivors on an overnight flight from Brussels race to find refuge and escape the sun’s rays.
Starring: Pauline Etienne, Laurent Capelluto (returning from Black Spot!), Stefano Cassetti.
Language: French/Dutch.
Watch it here.

Curon

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This is one of the latest releases on Netflix that is absolutely crazy. No, it’s crazy. There are doppelgangers and absolutely crazy situations. I won’t go too deep into the story, because we have a review that you can read.

But, the plot: A woman returns to her childhood home in northern Italy, which triggers terrifying hauntings.
Starring: Luca Lionello, Federico Russo, Margherita Morchio.
Language: Italian.
Watch it here.

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You’d wish terrifying hauntings were the only thing that this one featured.

The Woods

The Woods came out at the same time as Curon and is honestly as great. However, they are totally different types of series. While Curon was more on the supernatural side, The Woods is more of a crime-drama series. As I said, awesome story, great characters and some really great direction honestly. Again, there’s a detailed review for this one as well.

The Plot: In 1994, a summer camp reels from a brutal crime. Twenty-five years later, the police seek prosecutor Pawel Kopinski help identify a murder victim.
Starring: Grzegorz Damiecki, Agnieszka Grochowska, Hubert Milkowski.
Language: Polish.
Watch it here.

Dark

The ‘5 bingable TV series on Netflix’ list would never be complete without Dark – our favourite show to lose our minds to. The new season is coming out on June 27, 2020, and before it hits, it would probably be a good idea to refresh your memory. Because let’s face it, it’s impossible to remember who’s who in Dark. Absolutely mind-numbing and tense, this one is for the people who love some chaos in their lives!

The Plot: A family saga with a supernatural twist, set in a German town, where the disappearance of two young children exposes the relationships among four families.
Starring: Karoline Eichhorn, Louis Hofmann, Jördis Triebel.
Language: German.
Watch it here.

So, we hope you find what you want to watch next amongst these 5 bingable TV series on Netflix. We promise you, you won’t be disappointed! Oh, and, do watch them in their original languages – it takes the fun away otherwise.

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