Netflix’s catalogue is even bigger in the US than in Britain, and the same is true of Hulu and Prime Video. If you want USA TV streaming, you should use a VPN to trick websites into thinking you’re in the US (or elsewhere).

There are some seriously binge-worthy shows on Netflix that you need to catch up on right now.


Lucifer follows Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis), the actual devil and owner of an LA nightclub. Along with his detective friend Chloe Decker, he solves crime and tries to navigate life in the human world. Seasons 1 to 3 came out on Fox, as I mentioned, and are available on Netflix. Now that it’s a Netflix Original and Season 4 has been exclusively released on the platform, all coming seasons will follow the same (much better) Netflix format.

Workin’ Moms

Workin’ Moms is a great watch whether or not you have children. It follows the lives of four very different women who all attend the same mommy group. They are all trying to balance work with being new moms, to varying degrees of success. They’re sacrilegious and hilarious, and have love-hate relationships with both their jobs and their children. Season 1 is available on UK Netflix, with the next two seasons available if you set your VPN to Canada.

Nailed It!

Ever seen the “Nailed It” meme? Where someone tries to recreate something beautiful they saw on Pinterest and fails hilariously? Well, that is now a Netflix series and it is actually really good. Nailed It! pits three amatuer bakers against each other as they are asked to create beautiful and tasty cookies, cupcakes, and cakes. Their results are sometimes impressive, but more often than not, they will make you guffaw with laughter.

Grace and Frankie

Grace and Frankie is one of the best Netflix Originals, which is why it is getting a fifth season next year. The series follows uptight Grace (Jane Fonda) and hippie Frankie (Lily Tomlin) in the wake of the revelation that their husbands have been cheating on them for twenty years, with each other. Both late in their seventies, they have to learn to navigate life on their own, but they do it together and form a bizarre but wonderful relationship. It’s a comedy series, but Grace and Frankie manages to deal with serious themes with panache. The theme of old age is prominent, along with the idea of mortality being all-too-close. It also goes into the consequences of having lived with a secret for so many years, and how the oppression the husbands feared had such an impact on the lives of all those around them.