While you’re on a temporary hiatus from the hustle and bustle of life, now would be a good time to catch up on some Netflix series. The platform has become almost synonymous with online streaming of movies, documentaries and series. Check out 12 series we recommend in the mean time between time.

Drive To Survive

Netflix’s F1 driving show is back for a second season, giving both seasoned viewers and newbies a glimpse into the scenes behind the world’s biggest racing competition. This season goes in depth into the lives of the drivers and features a variety of super-fueled car teams like Mercades, Ferrari and Red Bull.

Living With Yourself

This series features comedic actor Paul Rudd, who’s cloned on a spa treatment. Enter his life now, where he there’s a charismatic Miles (his character) and a grumpy Miles. Aisling Bea plays Miles’ wife, who isn’t aware of what happened and just wants her husband back to normal.


Sense8 is a sci-fi journey of eight individuals across the globe who overnight become linked telepathically, suddenly able to feel each other’s emotions, pain and feelings. The series was made by the producer of the Matrix trilogy so you’re certainly in for a fair share of plot twists and turns.

Neon Genesis Evangelion

This animated show has somewhat of a cult following and rightfully so. The story follows a 14-year old who must defend the city of Tokyo-3 from an invading fleet, ironically referred to as “Angels.” Although the series is full of animated action, it also delves into each of the characters inner monologues.


It’s no secret that dogs are beloved in many cultures around the world. The first season of Dogs details the important part our furry friends play in helping to contribute to making people’s lives easier; as emotional support, crime stoppers or as a part of rescue teams. The series goes to several locations worldwide like Costa Rica, Syria and Japan.


Taking place in the 1980’s in the United States, the soap-opera drama follows a group of women bonded together by a love of acting. Through a turn of events, the gang are thrown together in the ring together to compete in “Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling,” or GLOW.