There's nothing we all love more than a good Netflix marathon, so we were positively curious about discovering shows are the most viewed series after the first 24 hours live. In other words, which titles inspire the most binge-watching?
The series tells the story of Lorelai and Rory, a mother and daughter who are best friends and residents of the city Stars Hollow in New England. The series has seven seasons available as well as a Netflix reboot.
A sequel to the classic 90s TV sitcom Full House, Fuller House is an original Netflix series that focuses on the story of D.J, the oldest of the Tanner family who is widowed when she is pregnant with her third child. Stephanie, the middle sister, and Kimmy, her best friend, move to D.J's house to help her care for her three children.
One of the most anticipated shows that Netflix has created, this series reunites the heroes Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox), Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter), Luke Cage (Mike Colter) and Danny Rand / Iron Fist (Finn Jones).
The Seven Deadly Sins
The series was written and illustrated by Nakaba Suzuki and set in a world similar to the European Middle Ages. It tells the story of seven knights known as the Seven Deadly Sins.
Starring Ashton Kutcher, this comedy revolves around a strange family who lives on a ranch and gets into all sorts of comedic shenanigans.
Santa Clarita Diet
Sheila (Drew Barrymore) and Joel (Timothy Olyphant) are two married real estate agents with a teenage daughter who are unhappy with their lives in Santa Clarita, a Los Angeles suburb. Their destinies change radically when Sheila, overnight, becomes a flesh eating zombie.
Trailer Park Boys
Trailer Park Boys is a real success in some countries for being a comedy style similar to The Office, with no laughter and canned characters who know they are being filmed. The plot follows the lives of Ricky, Bubbles and Julian in the fictional Sunnyvale Trailer Park.
F Is For Family
The adult animation series that takes place in 1973 was created by Bill Burr and Michael Price especially for Netflix. Frank Murphy (Bill Burr) is a traditional family man, married to Sue (Laura Dern) and with three children. They live in a middle class neighborhood and Frank does not have the least patience with his children, especially with teenage rebel Kevin (Justin Long), in addition to devaluing his wife's work.
Orange Is The New Black
Based on the real life story of Piper Chapman, this series tells the story of a woman's seemingly perfect life that completely changes when she's convicted of drug trafficking - a crime she committed years ago.
This cult classic series needs no introduction. Set in the 80s and inspired by pop culture classics of the time, Stranger Things became a real fan favorite on Netflix. It showcases the adventures of four nerdy friends. If we say any more, there will be spoilers!
Friends from College
The comedy revolves around a group of friends of Harvard who is reaching the age of 40. Lisa (Smulders), Sam (Parisse), Nick (Faxon), Max (Savage) and Marianne (Park) reunite after many years and that results in an enormous shake up in their lives. The series explores the complicated relations between men, women, and old friends.
Atypical stars Sam (Keir Gilchrist), an 18-year-old autistic boyfriend who decides to find a girlfriend. With Robia Rashid's vision of How I Met Your Mother, the series explores Sam's quest and maturity in a well-constructed and responsive way.
Grace and Frankie
The story of old rivals Grace (Jane Fonda) and Frankie (Lily Tomlin), whose paths cross again because of a new direction in their lives. When their respective husbands announce that they are in love with each other and that they plan to marry, everything changes. Over time, they discover that they can count on each other.
Wet Hot American Summer
The movie Wet Hot American Summer has turned into a Netflix series that shows that Firewood camp is more than a vacation colony, it's a lifestyle.
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
Created and developed by Tina Fey and Robert Carlock, this original Netflix series tells the story of Kimmy (Ellie Kemper), a woman who spent 15 years isolated from the world in a cult, thinking that she was one of the only survivors of an apocalypse decimated the Earth. After being rescued she decides to live in New York where she makes new friends and discovers an entirely new world.
House of Cards
A remake of a BBC series from the 1990s, House of Cards stars Frank and Claire Underwood (Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright), a corrupt politician and his wife who do not stop at anything to get what they want, even if it involves murder.
The paths of nerdy Gus (Paul Rust) and wild child Mickey (Gillian Jacobs) cross in unexpected ways and they become confidantes about their relationships and hopes for the future.
This is the fictional story of an unemployed actress who found a last chance to live her dreams through a weekly series that features tough and glamorous female fighters. It's based on a true story of the women's wrestling program G.L.O.W (Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling).
In the British comedy series, Tracey Gordon (Michaela Coel) is a 24-year-old Londoner who was raised by her rather religious mother and has never had a sexual experience. Repressed and with limited knowledge about sex, the young woman tries to lose her virginity with her boyfriend, Ronald (John McMillan) who tries to keep himself chaste until marriage.
Master of None
The series follows the life in the personal and professional scope of Dev (Aziz Ansari), a thirty year old actor in New York who has the typical problems of a bachelor nerd as well as those of a son of middle aged immigrants. Ambitious, fun and quite personal, Dev's story lets him immerse himself in diverse subjects, from the rights of the old people to the routine of the immigrants in a foreign country.
If the list surprises you, remember that this list is global - so these are the most popular shows to binge around the world. What's your favorite show to binge-watch?