These 13 Shows Will Be Your New Netflix Obsessions


In 2017, TV fans are super lucky, because there are more original shows available to watch than ever, thanks to screening services like Netflix and Hulu. It's easier than ever to find a show that suits you and marathon the new Netflix series the internet will be obsessed with this year. Last year, viewers marathoned — and loved — Stranger Things, the Gilmore Girls revival, and Fuller House. But what will be the hottest shows to stream in 2017? I'm so glad you asked.

The new seasons of ol' Netflix favorites like House of Cards, Orange is the New Black, and even Master of None are expected to debut this year, which is great news for fans who have been awaiting the next chapters of those shows. But all TV fans know there's nothing quite like scrolling through Netflix, stumbling upon a show that sounds interesting, and starting the first few episodes with great anticipation for what comes next. And after that, seeing the internet's response is equally as thrilling — because for some shows, the internet discussion will last for weeks or even months.

It's poised to happen again in 2017 with these new Netflix series, which the internet could be obsessed with before you know it.

'The OA'

So much mystery surrounded the premiere of this show, which explored the resurfacing of a woman who was missing for many years. The series premiered in 2016, but fans are still talking about this one throughout 2017.

'A Series Of Unfortunate Events'

The series based on the Lemony Snicket book series premiered earlier this year, but fans are still abuzz about the show.

'Santa Clarita Diet'

Drew Barrymore plays Sheila, who is a suburban realtor, mom, and a zombie. Yup, you read that right. Watch as Sheila balances her life, family, and brand new undead desires. The series premiered earlier this year.

Marvel's 'Iron Fist'

Everyone will surely be talking about this addition to Netflix's Marvel Universe, which will premiere on March 17, 2017.

'Bill Nye Saves The World'

Everyone's favorite science hero will be hosting his own talk show on Netflix.

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This upcoming sitcom about a family with an autistic child stars Jennifer Jason Leigh and Michael Rappaport.

'Dear White People'

The critically acclaimed 2014 movie is getting the TV series treatment and is set to premiere on April 28.


Netflix's first series produced in Germany follows the story of missing children — and where they end up — in three eras. The series premieres on Netflix in Winter 2017.

'13 Reasons Why'

Based on the young adult novel by Jay Asher, the drama series follows Clay as he investigates the mystery of his classmate Hannah's suicide. 13 Reasons Why premieres on March 31.

'Friends From College'
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Keegan-Michael Key, Colbie Smulders, and Fred Savage star in this series about a couple who reunite with their friends from college years later. It will debut later this year.


The comedy series, which is based on Nasty Gal founder Sophia Amoruso's autobiography, will debut on April 21, starring Brit Robertson and Ellie Reed.


Alsion Brie stars in this comedy about an out-of work 1980s actress who finds a new opportunity for success in the world of women's wrestling. The series premieres on Netflix on June 23.

'One Day At A Time'

This touching family comedy series premiered in late 2016, but it continues to impress fans and new fans alike with its progressive storylines, witty jokes, and the legend herself, Rita Moreno.

Get ready to marathon these potential new favorite shows on Netflix and obsess about them on the internet throughout 2017.