Netflix has revealed the shows which are sure to go from streaming to steaming


With millions of people working from home right now, there’s plenty of time for Netflix, and more importantly, plenty of time for chilling.  

Netflix is seeing its highest level of usage during the current Covid-19 pandemic, which comes as absolutely no surprise. It would appear that it’s not only TV shows that have a climax though, as millions of Netflix viewers are set to take the action to the bedroom. 

According to the UK dictionary, “Netflix and chill” means “to watch Netflix with a romantic prospect, with the eventual expectation of sexual activity”.

In order to help viewers know which programmes will lead to a happy ending, a study by has revealed the top 30 Netflix shows that lead to the most “chill” time. Of course, some our favourite raunchy queer films made the top spots in the list.


Shameless US takes the top spot as the show most likely to get you lucky. With multiple sex scenes and seductive characters, it’s no wonder the US remake of the English sitcom gets hearts racing and blood rushing.

Sense8 takes up the number two spot with its intense and thrilling, super sexy storylines. 

Coming in at number three is Orange Is The New Black and Pose isn’t far behind with the number seven spot. 

Surprisingly the steamy affair, Below Her Mouth, didn’t make the top 10, but it has a firm and honourable position at number 15. My Days Of Mercy also made the list, securing the number 23 spot. I mean, who wouldn’t be aroused after watching a love story between Elliot Page and Kate Mara? 

So grab your popcorn, and settle down in front of the TV for some chill time while you watch your favourite films about lady-loving ladies. 

You can find the full list of Netflix faves that are sure to occupy your time at home right here. 😉

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