These Steamy Netflix Shows Will be Your Binging Highlights

With streaming options endless at the moment thanks to OTT platforms, watching different shows is a piece of cake. If you’re tired of the state of the world right now though, these steamy Netflix shows can just become your favourites. Let’s face it, life’s hard as it is and watching something serious might not be too good of an idea. So, here are five 18+ shows on Netflix that will make you want more!

Valeria

Netflix says: steamy, swoonworthy, witty

The Spanish drama follows a writer who’s going through a writing crisis and marital issues. She goes to her three best friends for comfort, only to find out that their lives consist of things that she could never think of. Featuring love, drama and tons of unfaithfulness and more – Netflix’s Valeria is sure to give you some ideas.

Number of seasons: 1

Watch Valeria here.

Dark Desire

Netflix says: Steamy, intimate, suspenseful

Although not the most coherent of the lot, Dark Desire is one of those steamy Netflix shows that will be with you for some time.

When law professor Alma meets the mysterious Dario, there’s an instant connection between the two. However, things get tricky when a death takes place and Alma comes across secrets that shake the very foundations of what she knows and what she doesn’t. Consisting of scenarios that will boggle your mind and multiple plot points, Dark Desire can just be your perfect steamy binging needs.

Number of seasons: 1, season 2 is on the way!

We also have a review for Dark Desire. Read it here.

Watch Dark Desire here.

Perfume

Netflix says: steamy, dark

The German Netflix series is rife with unimaginable things along with some really steamy moments. The unimaginable things consist of a woman who is murder with the scent glands missing from her bodies! That sounds absolutely crazy, right? The series is inspired by the novel of the same name by Patrick Süskind and the movie Perfume: The Story of a Murderer by Tom Tykwer.

Number of seasons: 1

Watch Perfume here.

What/If

Netflix says: steamy, suspenseful

An investor makes an offer to a couple in a financial rut that they can’t refuse – the wife spends a night with him in exchange for funding. However, the drama does not go down from there. What can go wrong? Writing its name in the steamy Netflix shows category, What/If makes fantasies run wild.

Number of seasons: 1

Watch What/If here.

Bridgerton

Netflix says: swoonworthy, witty, emotional

Ah, going back to the classics have never been to yum. When Bridgerton released on Netflix, it took the audiences by storm. People talked about it non-stop and Netflix couldn’t wait to renew it for a second season. Pretty soon, it wrote its name in the steamy Netflix shows category and people couldn’t get enough of the leads, Regé‑Jean Page and Phoebe Dynevor, and their sizzling chemistry.

Set in the Regency era in England, Bridgerton follows the powerful Bridgerton family as they try to get ready for marriage season. However, a lot more is at stake than just fancy weddings.

Number of seasons: 1, season 2 is on the way!

We have a Bridgerton review! Check it out here.

Watch Bridgerton here.

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