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30/06/2018 10:08 AM IST | Updated 04/07/2018 10:12 AM IST

What To Binge This Weekend: Richa Chadha Lists Down Her Current Favourite Shows

If you haven't watched these yet, your weekend plan is right here.

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With so much to choose from on streaming services like Netflix, Hotstar, and Amazon Prime Video, deciding what to watch often takes more time than actually watching a particular show. We got the TV-obsessed Richa Chadha to cut through the clutter and tell us what shows she's binging on online.

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1. Queer Eye (Netflix)

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I am currently hooked to Queer Eye. It's a very cool show that manages to bridge gaps and shun prejudices in people's minds and hearts by using something as simple as a makeover. I love that one of the hosts mentioned that he wants to reach out to Republicans in America with the show.

2. Fauda (Netflix)

Netflix

Fauda is a brilliant show. It's an out-and-out thriller and a very addictive one at that. I love watching content from other countries (Fauda is an Israeli show) as it opens up your eyes to different cultures and dynamics.

3. Mindhunter, Evil Genius, and Wild Wild Country (Netflix)

Netflix

Mini-series as an idea can be very exciting and these three titles aren't just engaging but also very informative and thought-provoking. They also make it to my list because they are very high on binge value. If you haven't gotten on to them yet, you've three great mini-series ahead of you.

4. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Netflix)

Netflix

I am a fan of Tina Fey and she is a producer on the show, which features Ellie Kemper in the lead role. It is a very cute and a funny show, in a typical New York comedy sense of the term. After working on a difficult film, this is the kind of comfort TV that I love coming back home to. Highly recommended.

5. The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (Amazon Prime Video)

Amazon Prime Video

I quite like this show on Amazon Prime called The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. It deals with being a woman in a man's world at a time when feminism wasn't as widely understood or accepted as it is now. It's quite funny and has some great performances.

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