YOU on Netflix is just one of many TV shows you should catch up on this winter

It can be a bit frustrating when your 'My List' queue gets longer and longer, but your free time to watch those shows gets shorter and shorter. Nothing is worse than when you're behind on a show and everyone on social media collectively decides to post spoilers.

But hey, the cold weather isn’t going away anytime soon. Whether it's a snow day or a work-free weekend, grab a comfy blanket and snuggle up with your laptop. It's time to play catch up.

A Fan Favorite...


Yes, you've probably heard of this one. It's kind of hard to escape the memes that have plagued social media. You is about a bookstore manager who meets an aspiring writer whom he immediately becomes obsessed with. This twisted story will keep you on your toes and make you question almost everything about social media. Strangely enough, you may end up rooting for Joe, uh, Will ... you'll get it when you watch it.

# of seasons: 2

Genre(s): Psychological thriller; Crime Fiction

Where to watch: Netflix

A Guilty Pleasure...

The Circle

This is another show that will make you question the existence of social media. Think of The Circle as a mash-up between Catfish and Big Brother. Here's a quick rundown: The contestants are isolated in their own apartments and can communicate with other players only through "The Circle" which is like Siri, Instagram and Twitter combined into one. Each week, the contestants rank each other depending on how they present themselves. Whoever has the lowest rank gets blocked from "The Circle." Spoiler: There are catfishes.

# of seasons: 1

Genre(s): Reality competition

Where to watch: Netflix

You May Need Subtitles...

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba

Oh, anime. You love to see it. A young boy becomes a demon slayer in order to avenge his family's death and to cure his sister who is slowly turning into a demon. What sets this anime apart from others is the cool art style and the uniqueness of the characters. Anime is not everyone's cup of tea, but this one may make you rethink that.

# of seasons: 1

Genre(s): Adventure fiction; Dark fantasy

Where to watch: Netflix; Hulu; Crunchyroll

First K-beauty, Then K-pop, Now K-dramas...

When the Camellia Blooms

This is a story about a single mother who moves to a small town and opens a bar. Unashamed, the mother supports her son and meets a man who is in love with her and accepts her son. Unlike many other dramas, this one deals with topics that are considered taboo such as being a single mother. Its realistic plot and combination of romance and thriller landed this drama on this list.

# of seasons: 1

Genre(s): Rom-com; Thriller

Where to watch: Netflix

If you're feeling nostalgic...

The Suite Life of Zack and Cody

Calling all millennials (especially those 90s to early 00s babies). Those twins we all knew and loved are all grown up now. Although, it wouldn't hurt to watch them stir up trouble at the Tipton Hotel back in the good old days.

# of seasons: 3

Genre(s): Teen sitcom; comedy

Where to watch: Disney+

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