The 25 Best TV Shows to Stream Right Now (And Why You Need To Watch Them)

The Shows You Need To Be Streaming Right Now
There are so many options for streamers these days. The following list contains the best options currently making headlines.

Sex/Life (Netflix)

This hot and steamy series is definitely not for anyone under 18 years of age. Depicting the reality many couples face, a bored wife and mother daydreams of her past sexual experiences. This results in sexually-charged action that keeps viewers on the edge of their seats. Beware, this romantic love story contains huge amounts of nudity and nearly-explicit sex scenes.

Yellowstone (Peacock and Various Platforms)

This Kevin Costner project depicts land battles between various entities. This series is suspenseful to say the least. Viewers will enjoy the action scenes. Others will enjoy the intense, nudity-filled love scenes. Catch up as a new season is just around the corner.

Virgin River (Netflix)

This romantic drama focuses on a nurse practitioner who is new in town. The story surrounds her efforts to start over and forget the past. The show features many heartwarming story lines. Suspense is also found in the series. The show is also okay for most families as the sex scenes and amount of cursing are very mild.

Gossip Girl (HBO Max)

This coming-of-age series focuses on private school teens in New York City and the pressures they face on social media. This show is reboot of the original Gossip Girl which ended 8 years ago. This show is popular among mothers and daughters, despite the increased profanity and nudity allowed on the HBO Max platform.

Kevin Can F… Himself (AMC)

Billed as a dark comedy, this series focuses on an unhappily married wife trying to find her own way in life.

Naomi Osaka (Netflix)

This new series depicts the life of the number one female tennis player in the world, including her personal life.

Ridley Jones (Netflix)

This animated children’s series is about a young girl who protects a prominent history museum.

Never Have I Ever (Netflix)

Created by former Office star Mindy Kaling, the show follows the life of an Indian-American teenager who has experienced the death of her father. On a cool side note, the show is narrated by tennis superstar John McEnroe.

We the People (Netflix)

This unique family animated series is produced by President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama, along with Kenya Barris. Popular musical artists teach kids about civics through songs.

The White Lotus (HBO Max)

This series is a comedy about the staff and guests of an Hawaiian resort.

Catch and Kill: The Podcast Tapes (HBO Max)

A behind the scenes narrative of the Harvey Weinstein sexual abuse scandal, the series features information on how Ronan Farrow uncovered the crimes.

Looney Toons Cartoons (HBO Max)

The revival of the popular kids’ cartoon series is now in its second season on HBO Max.

Schmigadoon! (Apple TV+)

This is a parody of musicals. It is produced by SNL’s Lorne Michaels. The series is hilarious and sure to make viewers laugh.

Central Park (Apple TV+)

This animated musical features profanity and innuendo. Though a cartoon, it is recommended for viewers over the age of 14.

Monsters at Work (Disney+)

This hilarious spinoff of Monsters, Inc., features a lineup of big stars doing the voices.

Breaking Bobby Bones (Disney+)

The popular country music radio host travels across the United States looking for cool stories about people and the things they do.

Loki (Disney+)

The series focuses on the backstory of the Marvel villain.

Bridgerton (Netflix)

This series features a large British family’s quest to find real love. The series takes place during the Regency era.

Heist (Netflix)

Featuring some of the most famous crimes, this docu-drama series will keep viewers intrigued.

Atypical (Netflix)

Both funny and touching, the series is great for families.

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