*claps* Throw the wine! Throw the wine!
Married at First Sight
Why it's great: In a TV landscape where you think every reality show premise has been done, Married at First Sight will still surprise you. The show uses matchmaking to pair up three couples and has them meet for the very first time at the altar, as they're getting married.
From there, the couples spend six weeks together and decide at the end if they want to stay together or get divorced. Does it completely undermine the sanctity of marriage? Yeah. Is it totally watchable? Hell yeah.
Where to binge it: All episodes are available on A&E's website — the first six are free, but the rest require a cable login.
Say Yes to the Dress
Why it's great: You get the drama of brides and their entourages arguing over dresses, the shock when a bride buys a dress that costs as much as your whole wedding did, and the joy when they finally find the dress they're saying « yes » to. Plus you get to laugh at Pnina Tornai's lingerie dresses.
Where to binge it: Seasons 9–12 are available on Hulu.
The Great British Bake Off
Why it's great: Food competition shows are usually fun, but this one (known as The Great British Baking Show in the U.S.) is especially great due to spectacular victories and equally spectacular failures, as well as the characters we get from the pool of amateur contestants.
Where to binge it: One season (10 episodes) is currently available on Netflix.
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An Idiot Abroad
Why it's great: If you ever listened to Ricky Gervais' podcast, you're familiar with the titular « idiot, » Karl Pilkington. It's not really that he's an idiot, it's more that he has an incredibly odd way of looking at the world, which makes for some beyond hilarious reactions when he visits the world's greatest wonders (and is usually thoroughly unimpressed).
Where to binge it: All three seasons are available on Netflix.