These Are All of the Shows the Bed Threads Team Are Streaming Right Now
There's a steady stream of cult shows coming out of our favourite streaming services recently that captivate the world collectively and infiltrate our social media feeds almost instantly. They're so fascinating that it's all anyone can talk about for weeks after the series has ended, as people try to convince every friend or family member they have to watch as well. The Bed Threads team have been doing their fair share of binge-watching this month, from inspirational interviews to thrilling personal memoirs and episodes on the tribulations of modern love. These are all of the Netflix shows you should be watching right now.
You will have most likely seen snippets from this trending series all over Facebook. Unorthodox is the show on everyone's minds right now and is inspired by true events that will keep you on the edge of your sofa. When a young Jewish woman flees her arranged marriage, her husband (who finds out she's pregnant) flees to Berlin to track her down. It's only a matter of time before her past comes calling.
For something more lighthearted, 100 Humans is a playful experiment where each episode captures people from a diverse range of backgrounds exploring topics from happiness to sex and everything in between through tests and games to find out the answers to all the questions we've ever wondered. From toilet paper etiquette to how to what makes us attractive, your eyes will be glued to the screen.
If you loved Narcos and Breaking Bad, then Ozark is your next favourite binge. A financial adviser is forced to launder $500 million in the space of five years to stay on the right side of a drug boss he's found himself working for. His entire life will change as his family is dragged from Chicago to the Missouri Ozarks to undertake the mission.
For anyone who's in need of a show that's both creative and relaxing, the artistic talents of Bob Ross are here to soothe your mind. Gaining popularity recently due to YouTube and Tik Tok challenges that recreate his famous painted scenes, this series will show you how to properly paint like Bob. It's the perfect Sunday crafternoon activity.
Perfect viewing for anyone who loves an inspiring true story, Self Made's four episodes track an African American washerwoman as she becomes the first female self-made millionaire in history. Played by Octavia Spencer, this entrepreneur will trade rags for riches as she expands her beauty empire.
With a journalist for a father, nine-year-old Hilde considers herself a sleuth of sorts as well. As she involves herself in the mysteries of her small town she has just moved into, she will inadvertently uncover a long-buried cold case.
Oprah's Book Club is the number one place to turn when you're looking for an inspiring read to motivate you. Now, the media queen has turned the dial up as she follows her recommended reads with an insightful interview with the author where the duo discuss themes and issues within the book as well as providing a window into the brain of the writer.
It's the show title that we've been recommended by friends more times than we can count, and Prime Video's Fleabag does not disappoint at all. In fact, it provides the ultimate look at an unfiltered, grief-riddled woman living in London with loads of bravado and who won't accept help from anyone. You'll no doubt recognise a small part of yourself in Fleabag who's just trying to get by in this confusing modern world.
With your favourite actors Tina Fey, Dev Patel and Anne Hathaway, each episode of Modern Love is inspired by a real-life personal essay from the New York Times column of the same name. Each episode revolves around two new characters as they navigate dating, romance and love—proving that relationships are never easy.