The Top 10 TV Shows on Netflix Right This Second

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If your Netflix queue is boring your couch potato self to a crisp, we highly recommend you browse the streaming service’s top-rated section, which ranks popular TV shows based on who’s watching what. From Away to Cocomelon, keep reading for the most popular shows right now.

1. Away

Emma Green (Hilary Swank) leaves behind her husband (Josh Charles) and teenage daughter (Talitha Bateman) to fulfill her lifelong dream of commanding an international mission to Mars.

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2. Cobra Kai

It’s based on The Karate Kid—but this time, it takes place 34 years after the original movie. Can Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) seek redemption by reopening the Cobra Kai dojo?

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3. Get Organized with The Home Edit

Clea and Joanna of The Home Edit are the ultimate organizing duo. Each episode highlights a different celebrity client (like Reese Witherspoon, Eva Longoria and Retta), who tasks the pair with decluttering their gorgeous space.

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4. Ancient Aliens

The History Channel docuseries is centered around a group of investigators, who are determined to answer the age-old question: Do aliens exist?

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5. Cocomelon

Join J.J. as he uses music to teach himself about the alphabet, numbers, animal sounds and other kid-friendly topics. (Disclaimer: The nursery rhymes will be stuck in your head for weeks.)

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6. Girlfriends

The premise is simple, following four life-long friends as they navigate adulthood while living in Los Angeles. Oh, and did we mention it stars Tracee Ellis Ross? *Adds to streaming queue*

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7. Julie and the Phantoms

Based on the Brazilian series Julie e os Fantasmas, it tells the story of 15-year-old Julie (Madison Reyes) as she pursues her musical dreams by joining forces with a teen boy band (aka The Phantoms). The catch? Her new band members have been dead for 25 years.

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8. The Office

The documentary-style series follows the employees of Dunder Mifflin’s Scranton branch, focusing on the quirky antics of the paper company’s regional manager, Michael Scott (Steve Carell). Cue the “That’s what she said” jokes.

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9. Lucifer

Lucifer (Tom Ellis), aka the original fallen angel, has officially retired from his duties and moved to Los Angeles—all’s well until a homicide occurs outside of his nightclub. Dun dun dunnn.

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10. Sister, Sister

Meet Tia and Tamara (played by Tia and Tamara Mowry), twins who were separated at birth. When they reunite 14 years later, they slowly adapt to their new blended family.

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