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When the Couch Is Calling: The Best New TV Shows to Watch Right Now

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Source: Apple TV+
Source: Apple TV+

The kids have settled into bed, you’ve completed today’s to-do list, and the house is finally quiet—pure bliss, really. So it’s time to kick back, relax, and turn on the TV to unwind for the night… but what should you watch? It seems like there are a million “must-see” shows with all the different streaming services available nowadays, so finding a new go-to series can be a bit overwhelming. Though it’s always easier to settle for yet another Real Housewives or Friends re-watch, there’s also a plethora of new or coming-soon TV shows that are worth your watch too.

From series premieres to long-awaited new seasons, we’ve narrowed down the best new TV shows coming soon so you don’t have to doomscroll through the nearly 2,000 shows on Netflix alone (yes, there seriously are that many). Grab a glass of wine, get comfy, and hit play to tune into the most binge-worthy shows of the season, broken down by streaming service below.


One Day

If there’s one show that’s leaving viewers in an emotional wreck, it’s this one—and if you haven’t watched One Day yet, now’s the time. On the brink of graduating from the University of Edinburg, Dexter and Emma could never have known something more exciting than receiving an undergraduate degree would happen. The two meet and share a platonic night together before life pulls them in separate directions. As fate would have it, though, it won’t be the last they see of each other.

Bridgerton (Season 3)

Get ready to dive back into your favorite Society Papers with the long awaited return of Netflix’s Bridgerton. In Season 3, we’ll see the story of middle brother Colin and the lovely Penelope Featherington unfold. Part 1 of the new season premiers on May 16 and Part 2 will drop on June 13.

Files of the Unexplained

Calling all Unsolved Mysteries fans! Netflix has gifted us a new series that dives deep into all things eerie, bizarre, paranormal, and haunting.

The Gentlemen

As if watching Theo James on our television screen for an hour at a time isn’t intriguing enough, The Gentleman also happens to be entirely captivating. In this dramatic comedy, aristocratic Eddie inherits his family’s estate, and, along with it, a weed empire. He quickly learns that just because he’s in charge now doesn’t mean the estate’s proprietors are going to retreat.


Vanderpump Villa

If you can’t get enough Vanderpump Rules, you’re not going to want to miss this new show as the Vanderpump drama expands to France. Here, we follow Lisa Vanderpump’s hand-selected staff at her luxury French estate, Chateau Rosabelle.

Under the Bridge

From the bestselling true crime book of the same title, Under the Bridge is an adaptation of the true story of 14-year-old Reena Virk who never returns home after going to a party with friends. The show—premiering April 17—follows author Rebecca Godfrey and a local police officer as they look into the young girls accused of the murder and the truths they uncover along the way.


Those of us who grew up watching Mulan may find their new favorite show this year on Hulu. In 1600, Lord Yoshii Toranaga must fight for his life against the powerful Council of Regents. When villagers discover a marooned European ship nearby, it quickly changes everything.

Apple TV+

Palm Royale

Step into the life, scandal, and humor of a luxurious 1960s country club with this star-studded Apple TV+ offering. The Palm Royale Country Club is one of the most elite clubs in Palm Beach, and Maxine wants in. Doing everything she can to get a spot and the life she always wanted, she learns the secrets of some of the members while trying to hide her own.


Starring Colin Farrell, Sugar is a classic private detective tale based on true events. In the midst of battling his own demons, a P.I. must look into the disappearance of a Hollywood producer’s granddaughter.


Quiet On Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV

We love Max for being a one-stop-shop for fascinating documentaries, and this is the latest that nearly everyone is talking about. Take a step back in time to the toxic and abusive universe of kids’ television of the ’90s and early 2000s with this eye-opening exploration.

The Regime

Acclaimed actress Kate Winslet stars in this six episode dark comedy that takes a theatrical look at a year of a modern European authoritarian regime.


Apples Never Fall

There’s nothing quite like a series based on a book! Adapted from the novel of the same name by Liane Moriarty—who also brought us Big Little Lies—this show follows the influential Delaney family behind a successful tennis academy. When the matriarch of the family disappears, her children must piece together the truth from a tangled web of lies.


A Gentleman in Moscow

Based on the novel by Amor Towles, A Gentleman in Moscow transports viewers to 1920s Russia. The story follows Count Alexander Rostov after he loses his title and wealth and moves into a Moscow hotel while on house arrest. There, he encounters unlikely friendships and love while learning the true definition of what it means to be rich.

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