7 most addictive Netflix reality shows

Queer Eye. (L to R) Tan France, Karamo Brown, Bobby Berk, Antoni Porowski, Jonathan Van Ness in Season 6 of Queer Eye. Cr. Ilana Panich-Linsman/Netflix © 2021
Queer Eye. (L to R) Tan France, Karamo Brown, Bobby Berk, Antoni Porowski, Jonathan Van Ness in Season 6 of Queer Eye. Cr. Ilana Panich-Linsman/Netflix © 2021 /
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Sugar Rush. Image Courtesy Netflix
Sugar Rush. Image Courtesy Netflix /

Addictive Netflix reality shows: Sugar Rush

If cooking and baking shows are more your style, then you’re in luck because Netflix has a variety of great options streaming on its service. There are the obvious choices like The Great British Baking Show, but there are also some underrated gems like Sugar Rush.

In Sugar Rush, the name of the game is sweets. Bakers must create cakes and other confections in a limited amount of time and then allow the judges (and guest judges) to decide who has created the best sweet treat of all. There is also a Christmas version of the show available!

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Nailed It. Cr: Netflix.
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Addictive Netflix reality shows: Nailed It!

Nailed It! might be the most relatable out of all the Netflix cooking shows, especially if you’re not great in the kitchen. In this hilarious show, contestants have to do their best to recreate edible masterpieces even though they’re known for not having an excellent track record in the kitchen.

It’s like Worst Cooks in America, except this show is more lighthearted. The baker who comes closest to recreating the creation in question wins $10,000. Plus, this Emmy-winning reality show is hosted by the always hilarious Nicole Byer, and it’s a really quick and easy binge-watch!