Top 5 Binge-Worthy Shows To Watch With Coffee 

We are living in uncertain times, and in the midst of all the challenges, a good TV show and a warm cup of coffee can help you wind down and relax after a long day of working from home or in the field. 

If you are missing the office life, there are also get a chrome extension which allows you to watch Netflix shows together with colleagues

In this guide, we have compiled a list of some popular Netflix shows to enjoy with coffee. (Other streaming services are available!)

Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee 

If you were a fan of the Seinfeld TV show, you will love Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. It is exactly what the show suggests, Jerry Seinfeld, driving cars while drinking coffee with other comedians. It is a nice, light-hearted show to watch after a busy workday. 

The Witcher 

The Witcher explores the legend of Geralt of Rivia and princess Ciri, who are linked by destiny to each other. It stars superman’s Henry Cavill, and the entire first season was released last year so you can binge-watch the entire series now while enjoying a delicious mocha. 


Cooked is more exploratory and finds out how cooking shapes our world. You can think of it as an educational show about food. So, if you are up for learning something new while enjoying a light-hearted show, Cooked is the show for you. 

Million Pound Menu 

The third food show on our list, but Million Pound Menu is a little bit different. It is hosted by Fred Sirieix, who oversees a battle for investment between new restaurant ideas. The first season proved popular and showcased some exciting and interesting food concepts like Vegan fast food, a Cuban burger joint and a Shrimp Café. 

Stranger Things 

As you can see, we love our science-fiction and food shows, and Stranger Things is arguably one the most popular shows on Netflix. It is a science-fiction horror-drama with 3 seasons already on Netflix so if you are up for it, you can finish off 

We hope you enjoy watching the shows listed above. Even in such times, it is important to keep calm, remember to wash your hands, stay at home and help protect the NHS.