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Binge-Watching for Every Mood: What to Stream on Netflix, Disney+, Prime Video, and Viu

You’re excited to start your next binge-watching session, but nothing on your playlist suits your mood. After scrolling through your options, you give up and watch TikTok instead.

If that happens to you, save this list of shows and movies from top streaming platforms like Netflix, Prime Video, Disney+, and Viu. They’ll give you all the feels, from plot twists that will break your heart to super kilig or uplifting scenes.

So grab your popcorn and buckle your seatbelts for an emotional roller coaster ride. You can laugh, cry, or scream all you want. With fiber internet you can enjoy these shows at home, so let loose and have fun!

Mood: So Scared I Can’t Sleep

Critics, directors, and bestselling authors call these some of the best horror movies ever made.

The Autopsy of Jane Doe

Movie poster of The Autopsy of Jane Doe featuring a beautiful woman with blood trickling down her nose.

Olwen Catherine Kelly played the corpse in all the autopsy scenes. Her background in yoga helped her hide her breathing.

Image Credit: Prime Video

A father-and-son coroner team performs an autopsy on the unidentified body of a woman found at a crime scene. They find increasingly bizarre clues that reveal a terrifying secret.

The movie won critical acclaim and a spot on the scariest horror movies list released in the 2020s. Stephen King even posted on X: “Visceral horror. Watch it, but not alone.”

The Haunting of Hill House

Promotional image of The Haunting of Hill House, with the house superimposed on a woman’s face, and its windows designed to look like eyes.

The Haunting of Hill House is based on a novel by Shirley Jackson, which Neil Gaiman called the scariest book he ever read.

Image Credit: Netflix

The Crain family moves into an old mansion, but its malevolent spirit forces them to flee for their lives. Years later, because of a tragedy, they return to the mansion to confront its ghosts and their deepest fears.

Unlike typical horror shows, this series explores themes like grief, guilt, and mental illness. Quentin Tarantino said, "My favorite Netflix series, with no competition, is The Haunting of Hill House.”

  • Where to watch: Netflix
  • If you like haunted house stories: Watch The Shining (Netflix), where a hotel’s supernatural entities drive a man into madness until he turns against his family.

The Omen

This chilling horror classic follows the story of Damien, an adopted boy who is revealed to be the Antichrist. Chaos and terror ensue for Damien’s adoptive family as his true nature unfolds. A masterful blend of suspense and supernatural elements, the film continues to creep out even the most cynical millennials.

  • Where to watch: Disney+
  • If you like creepy classics: Watch the entire Omen series on Disney+ so you can immerse yourself in the full saga.

Mood: So Pumped I Can Take on the World

These top action movies deliver epic fight scenes and stunning visual effects. Prepare for an adrenaline rush!

The Batman

Promotional image of The Batman, featuring the main characters against a background of blood-red clouds.

The Batman is set during Batman's second year as a crime fighter. It’s inspired by events in Batman: Earth One novels.

Image Credit: Netflix

A mysterious madman kills Gotham’s mayor and other city officials, leaving a riddle at each crime scene. Batman investigates and uncovers a conspiracy linked to his parents’ death.

Critics compared the gritty superhero movie to psychological thrillers like Se7en, and praised its raw acting, multi-dimensional characters, and cinematography.

John Wick

An angry John Wick, with bloody wounds on his face, points a gun.

Keanu Reeves did 90% of his own stunts. He even shot the nightclub fight scene while running a high fever.

Image Credit: Netflix

A retired assassin grieving the death of his wife hits breaking point when he finds out a Russian mob prince has killed his dog—her last gift to him. He goes on a one-man rampage against the criminal underworld.

John Wick is considered one of the best action movies of the decade because of its brilliant fight choreography and camera work. And it stars Keanu Reeves—enough said.

  • Where to watch: Netflix
  • If you’re looking for a revenge theme: Try the Viu Kdrama Taxi Driver, where vigilantes-for-hire help ordinary citizens find justice.

A Shop for Killers

Promotional still from A Shop for Killers showing characters in a fight scene in a bar, with glass flying.

A Shop for Killers is a fast-paced drama with many intricate fight scenes and stunning computer graphics.

Image Credit: The Movie Database (TMDB)

A young woman who was raised by her uncle inherits his mysterious shopping mall. She learns more about his real business and the circumstances behind his death—while evading assassins, killer drones, and more.

Mood: Creeped Out, but Can’t Stop Watching

Do you enjoy true crime stories? These movies and shows delve into the minds of criminals—and how even the most “ordinary” people may hide a dark side.

Baby Reindeer

Promotional still for Baby Reindeer showing Donny Dunn sitting on the back of the bus, against a window with the silhouette of reindeer antlers.

Baby Reindeer is based on a book by Richard Gadd, who drew from his personal experiences of being stalked.

Image Credit: Tudum by Netflix

Donny Dunn is a struggling comedian working at a pub. He meets a troubled woman named Martha and gives her a free drink to cheer her up. Soon she visits the pub every day, and her flirting turns into a dangerous obsession.

The stalker series trended worldwide, spent four weeks on Netflix’s Top 10 list, and got 97% on Rotten Tomatoes.

Beyond Evil

Promotional poster of Beyond Evil showing close-up photos of main characters Lee Dong Shik and Han Joo Won.

Beyond Evil received several awards and nominations from Baeksang Art Awards, Korea’s equivalent of the Academy Awards.

Image Credit: The Korea Times

Two policemen investigate a string of gruesome killings that resemble cold murder cases from 20 years ago. As they uncover clues, they begin to question the culpability of everyone involved in the case—including themselves.

The Kdrama dominated the 2021 Baeksang Art Awards. It won Best Drama, Best Actor, and Best Screenplay, and was nominated for four other categories.

  • Where to watch: Disney+, Prime Video, and Netflix.
  • If you love the thrill of crime investigation: Try Mindhunter on Netflix, where FBI agents use criminal profiling to explore the motives of serial killers.


Go back in time to 1950s Los Angeles, where racial tension is at an all-time high. The Emory family has moved to East Compton, in hopes of escaping the horrors of the Deep South. However, they soon realize that life in California is far from idyllic—they face both supernatural and real-world racism.

The show’s intense storytelling, strong performances, and fearless exploration of social issues with horror elements make it a must-watch for any Jordan Peele or American Horror Story fan.

  • Where to watch: Prime Video
  • If you want more real-life jumpscares: Joko Anwar’s Nightmares and Daydreams supernatural anthology series on Netflix shows everyday people going through otherworldly experiences.

Mood: Super Kilig and Begging for More

Do you enjoy true crime stories? These movies and shows delve into the minds of criminals—and how even the most “ordinary” people may hide a dark side.

The Idea of You

Promotional movie poster of The Idea of You featuring the two leads cuddling with wine glasses and greenery in the background.

Stars Anne Hathaway and Nicholas Galitzine improvised many romantic scenes, like when he kissed her stomach while swimming.

Image Credit: Prime Video

The Idea of You chronicles the love affair between a single mother and the lead singer of a popular boy band.

The movie went viral, getting 50 million views in its first two weeks to become one of Amazon Prime’s biggest romcom hits.

  • Where to watch: Prime Video
  • If you want more movies where celebs fall in love: Korean romcom Sh**ting Stars (Viu and Netflix) features the love-hate relationship between an idol and his PR agent.

Lovely Runner

Promotional poster of Kdrama Lovely Runner, which shows main characters Im Sol hugging Ryoo Sean-Jae from behind.

Lovely Runner is based on the web novel and webtoon Tomorrow’s Best. Its posters, including this, were based on web novel covers.

Image Credit: Viu

When superstar Ryoo Seon-jae ends his life, his fan Im Sol travels back in time to change events and save him.

The fantasy romance broke viewing records and was praised for its acting and plot twists. Many Kdrama fans downloaded the Viu app just to watch this show. Check it out if you’re sick of drama tropes and predictable storylines.

  • Where to watch: Viu
  • If you love time travel and second chances: Try Go Back Couple (Viu) and 18 Again (Netflix)—both featuring troubled couples on the brink of divorce who return to high school and remember why they fell in love.


The Netflix sensation offers a modern (and steamy!) take on historical romance. Set in 19th-century England, the story follows an aristocratic family’s quest to “marry well” while revealing forbidden desires and juicy scandals.

Watch for the opulent costumes, strong female characters, and the Maritess moment of snooping on the dark secrets of high society. And that carriage scene. You’ll find out.

  • Where to watch: Netflix
  • If you love time travel and second chances: Watch Queen Charlotte, the Bridgerton prequel that follows this prominent character’s early years and eventual marriage to King George III. If you’re a Jane Austen fan, Emma (starring Gwyneth Paltrow) hits Netflix on June 18.

Mood: Excited to Feel Like a Child Again!

Time for family movie night! These are some of the best fantasy adventure movies for binge-watching with kids, thanks to their lovable characters and inspiring plots.

Dead Boy Detectives

poster of Dead Boy Detectives with the two leads looking through a magnifying glass, which shows their skulls in its lens.

Detectives Charles Rowland and Edwin Payne solve supernatural crimes, so spirits can move to the afterlife.

The series—a spin-off from Neil Gaiman’s Sandman—follows the ghosts of Charles Rowland and Edwin Payne. They investigate supernatural crimes while avoiding Afterlife officials who want to send them to Hell.

  • Where to watch: Netflix
  • If you’re a fan of Neil Gaiman: Watch Sandman (Netflix) or the apocalyptic comedy Good Omens, co-written by Terry Pratchett (Prime Video).

Mary Poppins

Still from Mary Poppins which shows the characters dancing during a tea party, surrounded by trees.

Mary Poppins combined both live-action and animation and dance numbers. Its soundtrack won a Grammy for Best Musical Score.

Image Credit: American Film Institute

The original Mary Poppins charmed generations with its story of a nanny who uses her magical powers to take the children, Michael and Jane, on fun adventures. The musical won numerous Oscar, Golden Globe, and Grammy awards.

In the sequel, Mary Poppins Returns, she helps Michael (now a father who has just lost his wife and may soon lose his home) reconnect to his kids and rediscover his childlike wonder.

Ultraman: Rising

Ken Sato, a professional baseball player, relocates to Japan to inherit his father’s mantle to protect the Earth from alien threats. His path takes a detour when he unwillingly (at first) assumes the role of father to a baby kaiju.

Watch for the opulent costumes, strong female characters, and the Maritess moment of snooping on the dark secrets of high society. And that carriage scene. You’ll find out.

  • Where to watch: Netflix
  • If you want more movies with kaijus: Try GODZILLA Planet of the Monsters on Netflix.

Mood: Ecstatic from Being a Hero in Another World

The best sci-fi movies and shows build an immersive world with its own history, culture, and even laws of science. Escape to another place and time, with these epic tales.

Star Wars: The Acolyte

The Acolyte poster featuring Jedis holding lightsabers against a background with other characters inset.

Star Wars insiders say the series will introduce the first Wookie Jedi, new weapons, and never-seen-before Jedi powers.

Image Credit: Star Wars

The Acolyte is set during the final days of the High Republic, about 100 years before the events of The Phantom Menace.

A Jedi Master and a former Padawan investigate a series of murders, and clues lead them to a dangerous warrior from their past.

  • Where to watch: Disney+
  • If you want the ultimate


    Star Wars


    binge-watching sesh:

     This Star Wars viewing guide arranges movies and series according to chronological order and date of release. Find all Star Wars titles on Disney+, which owns exclusive rights to the franchise.

3 Body Problem

Promotional still of 3 Body Problem featuring the main characters standing against a backdrop of stars and city lights.

The characters are stumped by the “3-Body Problem”, a scientific phenomenon. Get a guide to the science behind the show.

Image Credit: Netflix

Detective Da Shi investigates the mysterious suicides of top scientists. He discovers that in the 1960s, scientists working on secret experiments to contact extraterrestrials had alerted hostile aliens to the Earth’s location.

Now, Da Shi and a closely-knit group of scientists known as the Oxford Five have become increasingly entwined with humanity's struggle to survive.

  • Where to watch: Netflix
  • If you’re a fan of the novel: The Chinese drama Three-Body Problem (available on WeTV) stays closer to the plot of the original novel, Remembrances of Earth's Past by Liu Cixin.

The Power

Based on Naomi Alderman’s best-selling novel, this intriguing show explores a changing world. Teenage girls suddenly develop the ability to generate electrical currents, turning the societal power dynamics on their heads.

With its diverse cast, deep themes, and gripping storyline, The Power offers an experience that will keep you thinking long after the credits roll.

  • Where to watch: Prime Video
  • If you’re all for women’s empowerment: Hidden Figures on Disney+ tells the story of how a team of African-American women helped propel NASA ahead of the space race.

Mood: So Happy I’m Crying (and Maybe Peeing in My Pants)

Feeling stressed? Try binge-watching some of the best comedy movies, from recent releases to totally rewatchable classics.

Knives Out

Promotional still of Knives Out, showing the characters in a family portrait in a lavish but dimly lit room.

Knives Out’s star-studded cast includes Daniel Craig, Chris Evans, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Christopher Plumber.

Image Credit: IMDb

This modern whodunit revolves around the mysterious death of renowned crime novelist Harlan Thrombey—and detective Benoit Black believes everyone in his dysfunctional family is a suspect. The clever comedy-thriller keeps audiences guessing (and laughing) until the very end.

  • Where to watch: Netflix
  • If you enjoy comedy murder mysteries: In Only Murders in the Building (Disney+), three strangers who share an obsession with true crime team up to investigate a suspicious death in their upscale New York apartment.

Extreme Job

Promotional still of Extreme Job characters hiding in a dump truck while going undercover.

Extreme Job became the highest-grossing Korean comedy film, selling 12.8 million tickets in its first 19 days in cinemas.

Image Credit: Disney+

Narcotics detectives go undercover in a fried chicken restaurant to take down an organized crime gang. Their mission takes an unexpected twist when a new recipe turns the once-struggling eatery into the most popular spot in town.

  • Where to watch: Disney+, Netflix
  • If you like funny police movies with a lot of action: Check out Flex x Cop (Disney+), where a spoiled chaebol joins a violent crimes investigation team and uses his wealth and mad fighting skills to enforce the law his way.

There’s Something About Mary

Promotional poster for There’s Something About Mary featuring a smiling Cameron Diaz in a slip dress and a dog in a full-body cast.

There’s Something About Mary celebrated its 25th anniversary in July 2023.

Image Credit: Rotten Tomatoes

Ted misses his dream prom date with Mary because of an embarrassing injury. Years later, he’s still in love with her and hires a private investigator to find her. Unfortunately, the private investigator falls for Mary too, and makes up lies about her to discourage Ted.

Ted pursues Mary anyway, resulting in hilarious miscomms and chaotic situations as the suitors compete for her affection.

Mood: Ugly Crying Because the Pain is Real

If you need a good cry, watch Filipino movies on Netflix. You’ll get senti plots and hugot lines that hit you in the gut.


Promotional poster for Firefly featuring Tonton and his mother against a whimsical blue background.

Firefly won Best Picture, Director, Screenplay, and Supporting Actress awards at the 2024 Manila International Film Festival.

Image Credit: GMA Network

Tonton, an award-winning author, is accused of stealing his idea. To clear his name, he tells a reporter the real source of the story: his mother.

The movie flashbacks to his childhood, when Tonton’s mother comforted him with stories of the “Island of the Fireflies” where wishes come true. After she dies, Tonton tries to find the island. He meets three people with painful pasts, and they find healing and hope together.

  • Where to watch: Prime Video
  • If you love the storybook theme: In the hit Kdrama It’s Okay Not to be Okay (Netflix) a children’s book author faces a traumatic past while finding true love.

Hello, Love, Goodbye

Promotional still for Hello, Love, Goodbye showing Joy feeding Ethan during a date in an outdoor cafe.

Hello, Love, Goodbye grossed ₱880 million in cinemas worldwide and won numerous FAMAS and Gawad Urian awards.

Image Credit: Netflix

Two Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) meet in Hong Kong: Joy, a domestic helper, and Ethan, a bartender. They form a deep bond, but Joy suddenly gets a chance to go to Canada. Will they choose between love or following their dreams?

  • Where to watch: Netflix
  • If you like bittersweet love stories: Watch popular Filipino movies on Netflix, like The Breakup Playlist starring Piolo Pascual and Sara Geronimo, and One More Chance starring John Lloyd Cruz and Bea Alonzo.

Love You Long Time

Ikay, a scriptwriter, and Uly, a mechanic form an unexpected connection through an old walkie-talkie. While she grapples with heartbreak, she heads to Baguio to recover and bury herself in work. However, things don’t go to plan as she starts to communicate and (spoiler alert) falls for Uly—a connection that defies timelines. Will they or won’t they? There’s only one way to find out…

  • Where to watch: Netflix
  • If you like love stories: Netflix has a diverse collection of Filipino movies like that will melt your heart, like Can’t Buy Me Love.
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