Here's Your Latest Netflix Binge, Based On Your Zodiac Sign
Prepare to chill kids. We’re gonna tell you what your next Netflix binge should be, based purely on your star sign.
All you need to do is find a suitable duvet, some tasty snacks and get ready for a day of binging your new favourite TV show… Maybe.
Aries are PASSIONATE. And there’s nothing more passionate than a telenovela, even if it is kind of a parody of one. Jane The Virgin is an American romantic dramedy and satirical telenovela with lots of outrageous twists and turns. This show is hilarious, heartwarming and highly binge-able.
The bull is responsible, practical and well-grounded. The Great British Bake Off will satisfy your needs for some seriously wholesome, but overly indulgent viewing.
Geminis are super sociable and always love to be surrounded by FRIENDS. See what I did there.
YASSSS henny! Cancers are natural empaths, very emotional and sensitive. Prepare your eyeholes for a watering. It’s Queer Eye for you, crab.
Leos are all about the performance and the spotlight. GLOW is the perfect watch for you, it’s funny, it’s loud, it’s showbiz, baby. Good job season 3 has just been released. 👀
A very methodical and thoughtful sign, we reckon you’d get your kicks out of watching some Tidying up with Marie Kondo. Hope this sparks joy for you.
Libras are peaceful, fair, and they hate being alone. Get cosy and relax with some classic Gilmore Girls.
Scorpios are brave, passionate and true friends. Dead to Me is the show for you for fierce and wild friendships and a whole lotta mystery.
Naturally curious and mad for travel, we reckon Blue Planet II will help cure Sagittarius folks of their wanderlust.
Capricorn represents time and responsibility, so we’re thinking an Orange Is The New Black binge will sort you right out.
Energetic and a little eccentric, I Think You Should Leave now is weird and wonderful and only 10 mins per ep, so you can binge it all in one night!
Pisces are intuitive, artistic and a calming presence on those around them. Get creative with Bob Ross: Beauty Is Everywhere.