Whether you love drama, crime or comedy, Netflix Singapore is buzzing with some of your favourite genres right now! Grab your takeout, popcorn and treats and start streaming some of the most iconic shows available. Here are 39 thrilling shows to watch on Netflix Singapore this month.
1. You Part 2
Season 4, Part 1 landed on Netflix in February. But now it’s time to watch Part 2 on March 9. Get ready to watch creepy Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley) try to outrun his murderous past and psychotic mindset when he relocates to Europe. The story follows a set of grim murders that take place around Joe, who has a new identity, in London. In Part 1, he finds out who is responsible for those deaths.
2. Crash Course In Romance
Singaporeans are loving this new South Korean rom-com. It follows a soft-hearted woman as she navigates the cutthroat world of private education, when her daughter wants to join a celebrity math teacher’s class.
3. Physical 100
Watch season one of this nail-biting reality TV show that was made in South Korea. It follows 100 male and female competitors, in a survival of the fittest sort of contest, who go head-to-head against each other in a number of challenges. These people are the fittest of the fittest and the games are based on strength, strategy and agility.
If you enjoyed the likes of 50 Shades Of Grey and 365 Days, you’ll love this American drama series. It tells the story of a suburban wife and mother, whose sexual past and wild child era collides with her current life, when an ex, who she has been fantasing about, shows up. People are binging the new Season 2.
5. Next In Fashion
Season 2 of this quirky fashion design competition show just launched on Netflix. Join supermodel Gigi Hadid and TV presenter Tan France, as they co-host this fun show, which follows a group talented young designers, who battle against each other, to win a prize of $200,000 and a fashion contract. Expect to see guest judges from Emma Chamberlain, to Bella Hadid, Donatella Versace and Emily In Paris’s Ashley Park.
6. In The Name Of God: A Holy Betrayal
This new eight-part docuseries from South Korea examines the chilling true stories of four Korean leaders, who claimed to be prophets, some with healing powers. The series exposes the dark side of unquestioning the belief. It also centres around Jeong Myung-seok, who is currently awaiting trial in Korea on charges of sexual abuse.
7. The Glory
Another one of the best Netflix Singapore shows made in South Korea. It tells the story of a young woman, who plans revenge, after being bullied to the point that she decided to drop out of school – putting an end to her architect dreams. After becoming a school teacher, she takes in the son of the man who led the bullying, to enact her vengeance. Part 2 lands on Netflix on March 1o.
8. Outer Banks
After being left on a dramatic cliffhanger in Season 2, the popular action-packed Netflix show bounced back in February. The Pogues continue the treasure hunt for the $100 million gold in the Bahamas. If you thought Season 2 was wild, you need to get binging this new season.
This upcoming new Netflix series launches on March 30. It’s an eight-part comedy show, centred around an introverted young man, who tries to intervene to help his entrepreneur father, who owns a biotech company, from disaster. It actually stars a rea life dad and son, actors Rob and John Owen Lowe, and it slated to be one of the best new comedies.
10. Ginny & Georgia
An awkward 15-year-old Ginny Miller (Antonia Gentry) and her 30-year-old free-spirited mother, Georgia Miller (Brianne Howey) yearn to settle down in New England, after years on the run. Season two has just been released and Georgie’s past threatens any sort of possibility of a normal life as she prepares for her wedding. Certainly, this is one of the best shows on Netflix Singapore right now.
11. Alchemy of Souls
Singaporeans are binging this show on Netflix Singapore. The South Korean hit tells the story of a powerful sorceress stuck in a blind woman’s body. One day she meets a man from a well-to-do family who wants her to help change his future.
12. MADOFF: The Monster of Wall Street
True crime fans will love this new documentary hit on Netflix. The docuseries tells the story of the rise and fall of financier Bernie Madoff, who was behind one of the biggest Ponzi schemes in the history of Wall Street. Certainly, a fascinating Netflix show for your watchlist.
13. Single’s Inferno
Watch season one and two of this hit Korean reality TV show, where nine young and hot Korean singles search for love on a deserted island. If you like Love Island, you’ll adore this show. Plot twist: you can only escape the island if you are in a couple.
Smart and sarcastic Wednesday Addams heads to Nevermore Academy after being expelled from school for a revenge prank. At her new school, she attempts to master her psychic abilities while trying to solve a murder mystery from decades ago that intertwines with her present day. This show is on track to becoming the most watched in the history of Netflix globally – and season two has just been confirmed.
This bizarre but brilliant show is the first-ever Netflix original series where you can watch the first seven episodes in any order, without getting confused. The eight episode must be watched last. It tells the story of a heist worth $7 billion by a master thief and his gang.
16. Under The Queen’s Umbrella
This new Korean hit show is the kind of dark comedy you want on your watchlist. It tells the story of a spirited queen, who desires for one of her immature sons to be the next king of Joseon. However, there are many competitors waiting to snatch the throne.
17. Emily In Paris
Season three of this highly anticipated show landed on Netflix Singapore in December. In season one, we see Chicago marketing executive, Emily Cooper (Lily Collins), working for her company’s team in Paris. From fashion to travel, feminism and romance…it has all the ingredients to make us totally jealous as we pine for an international escape, and season three is no better.
SEE MORE: Be Like Emily Cooper For A Day In Singapore
18. Dubai Bling
Follow the glamorous lives of a group of Dubai’s most elite and wealthiest people. The reality TV show features the glitz and glamour of these millionaires’ daily lives with luxury cars, exotic resorts, fashion shows and even some drama.
19. Love Between Fairy And Devil
Those who love fiction and fairytales, will adore this nail-biting tale about a low-ranked fairy who accidentally resurrects a powerful demon. Their fates become cosmically entangled as the world is thrown into turmoil.
20. Little Women
Season one of this South Korean hit that takes inspiration from the famous 1868 novel of the same name by Louisa May Alcott. The series depicts three sisters who grew up in poverty. They must face Korea’s richest family after they are linked to 70 billion won going missing.
21. Monster: The Jeffery Dahmer Story
This terrifying true story will change the way you think about humanity. It follows one of the most notorious serial killers in the history of the United States. Jeffrey Dahmer, known for cannibalism, killed 17 young men and teenagers across more than a decade beginning in 1978.
22. Extraordinary Attorney Woo
Singaporeans are loving this 16-part law series on Netflix. It tells a heartwarming story about a young lawyer with Autism. Woo Young Woo exhibits an iconic memory, a high IQ and an exemplary creative process, nevertheless, she struggles in her daily life.
23. Young Lady And Gentleman
This brilliant comedy show follows an energetic young woman with a big heart who becomes the new tutor for three kids in a wealthy household. While living at the house she learns her boss recently became a widow, and he, develops feelings for his nanny.
24. The Most Hated Man On The Internet
This three-part American docuseries tells the real-life story about revenge porn crafted by Hunter Moore. A determined mother goes on a mission to get her daughter’s nude pictures removed from his revenge porn website. Certainly, an insightful watch for adults in Singapore.
25. How To Chane Your Mind
This intriguing new Netflix docuseries explores the history and uses of psychedelics such as LSD and MDMA with the help of Author Michael Pollan who wrote the novel version.
26. Stranger Things
The second volume of the fourth installment of Stranger Things landed on Netflix last year. It picks up after six months since the battle in Starcourt, which almost destroyed Hawkins. The friends are separated for the first time, with Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) captured and stuck in a hidden location with no powers.
27. Man Vs Bee
This new show is being absorbed by households globally. Comically, a homeless man played by the hilarious Rowan Atkinson (known for Mr Bean) finds a job as a house sitter at a luxurious home. There, he encounters a mischievous bee that unleashes a series of damage and chaos.
28. The Umbrella Academy
This science-fiction series has three seasons. Season three picks up after the events of season two unfolded where the group of dysfunctional siblings return to the present day, learning that the timeline has been altered and they’ve been replaced by a new squad.
29. The Lincoln Lawyer
30. The Big Bang Theory
Follow physicists Sheldon and Leonard alongside their nerdy social circle including Raj and Howard. However, things take a slight change when they take next-door neighbour aspiring actress Penny under their wing. Certainly, one of the most hilarious Netflix shows to watch.
Enjoy all your favourite characters in Season 1 and 2 before Season 3 is released this year. For season two, Daphne’s brother, the wild Viscount Anthony, who is in desperate need of a suitor to settle down. Although Lady Whistleton is listening and watching everything.
32. All Of Us Are Dead
This coming-of-age Korean horror series is a popular watch on Netflix. Packed with heart-stopping action, it follows students who must escape their high school after a student is infected by a virus, turning people into zombies. Featuring themes like love and social inequalities and a diverse range of characters…this one is unmissable.
33. The Witcher
If you liked Game Of Thrones, you’ll love this show which just released its second season. It follows the story of Geralt of Rivia (Henry Cavill), who is a monster hunter with special powers. In a world full of wicked people, season two examines life after the Battle of Sodden when Geralt takes Princess Cirilla (Freya Allan) to a safehouse, away from evil kings, elves, wicked humans and demons who battle for power outside.
As one of our favourite Netflix comedies, it’s the mood booster you need this week. Still, 20 years later, this series is one of the greatest comedies that never fails to make us laugh at the same jokes. Let Rachel, Monica, Phoebe, Joey, Ross and Chandler provide you with some LOLs for a change.
35. Squid Game
This disturbing but clever Korean drama series one of the most watched Netflix Singapore. It follows a group of people, in debt, who complete in bizarre survival games. The grand prize is $55 million and a chance to have a clean slate afterward. Wonderfully, season two has been announced.
36. Sex Education
A sex comedy drama series following teenage boy, Otis (Asa Butterfield) with an embarrassing sex therapist mother (Gillian Anderson). Otis, with help from a classmate, secretly and mistakenly sets up a sex therapy clinic at school in exchange for money which leads the storyline to follow. Indeed, the roll-off-the-couch-laughing type of humour you need this weekend.
37. Cobra Kai
Catch up on season one to four now. A sequel to The Karate Kid, it tells the tale of martial arts rivalries Johnny and Daniel, that started decades before during a tournament. Certainly, an unmissable Netflix show in Singapore.
38. Shadow And Bone
Game Of Thrones fans will adore this new fantasy series. Based on the Grishaverse novels by Leigh Bardugo, the storyline follows a powerful young witch, Alina played by Jessie Mei Li, who is sought after because she reveals magical powers that may unite the world from darkness. Undoubtedly, one of the greatest new shows to watch on Netflix Singapore.
39. The Crown
Since 2016, The Crown has portrayed the life of Queen Elizabeth II and her descendants. Season one begins with her life before her 1947 wedding to Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and depicts events up to the Diana years and more historical moments after. Indeed, you’ll learn the brutality of politics in five seasons. Certainly, one of the greatest Netflix shows to watch in Singapore today.