Once again we can expect a great year of reality TV on Netflix, with a string of must-watch series headed to the streaming platform.
From Queer Eye to The Circle, here is every must-watch Netflix reality show of the next 12 months!
Check em’ out…
Nailed It! Mexico: Season 1
Starting the year in style is Nailed It! Mexico, a new cooking show from Mexico.
Even if you’re not a big fan of cooking shows, you won’t want to miss this. It’s part cooking, all comedy.
It looks hilarious, so expect plenty of laughs and some mind-blowing cooking creations all at the same time.
Plus, there are only six episodes to indulge in; this meal will leave you wanting seconds!
Dating Around: Season 1
American dating show Dating Around sounds great and will strategically drop on Valentine’s Day.
Each episode will see one single embark on five dates, having to choose the best suitor for a second. Also, there will be a selection of LGBTQ episodes.
Anticipate a good day’s binge before heading out on dates this Valentines Day. Who knows, perhaps we’ll pick up some helpful tips across its six episodes.
— Dating Around (@DatingAround) February 5, 2019
Queer Eye: Season 3
Queer Eye show took Netflix viewers by storm last year and sees the Fab 5 travelling America in search of the next makeover miracle.
The gang are responsible for so many success stories, and there’s plenty more to come. Be sure to catch up on the first two seasons before the third drops.
This time we will follow the Fab Five to Kansas City, Missouri. Unfortunately, there is no release date as of yet, but filming began in the Summer of 2018.
Queer Eye: We’re In Japan!
Just in case you were craving more Queer Eye.
This one-off special consists of four episodes and will see the Fab Five take on their most ambitious journey yet.
There are some pretty special guests rumoured for the show, one of them being former One Direction member Harry Styles. We can’t wait to see how the gang adapt and embrace Japanese culture.
Although there’s no date yet, we’ve been told to expect it shortly after season 3.
Instant Hotel: Season 2
Instant Hotel follows homeowners as they transform their luxury homes into hotels in the chance to win a prize. It’s an entertaining, score-based competition we can’t wait to see more of.
It was originally slated for a 2018 release but sadly it didn’t release quite so quickly.
However, we’d imagine this one dropping in the next few months. Stay optimistic!
Ainori Love Wagon: Asian Journey: Season 2
Season 1 of Ainori Love Wagon: Asian Journey blew up when it came out in 2017 and is currently available to stream on Netflix.
There are an impressive 22 episodes ready to binge before season 2 hits screen this year. If you’re unfamiliar, it sees couples travelling around in the iconic pink bus, hoping to return home having found love.
We’re unsure when it will drop. However, it released on Japanese Netflix late last year, so shouldn’t be too long!
The Circle: Season 1
You’ve already seen season 1 of The Circle, right?
While the Channel 4 series will still remain on Freeview TV, a few spinoff versions of the show have been confirmed for Netflix.
The show is considered a unique and fascinating social experiment, drawing attention to the illusionary qualities that social media can provide.
It’s a really cool idea, and it makes sense to expand it to other territories. US, Brazilian and French versions of the show are expected to release this year.
Sugar Rush: Season 2
Sugar Rush is an American competition that caters to the sweet tooth.
Expect some baking inspiration when season 2 finally rolls around. Cake anyone?
Project Interiors: Season 1
Project Interiors is a Netflix and BBC co-production and one for the creatives out there. It’s also one for Fearne Cotton fans, as she will be taking up hosting duties.
It’s an eight-part series which will see budding design fanatics compete to secure a contract with an exciting client.
Expect some home inspiration ideas and the DIY bug when this one finally arrives!
Flinch: Season 1
Flinch is a very mysterious show.
We are yet to see anything from it, but it’s been billed as a mix between Jackass and Total Wipeout.
We’re definitely intrigued, and although there’s no date on it yet, it’s expected to arrive this year