Answer these nine questions and we'll tell you which Netflix show you should watch next

It can be a tough experience finishing a show you've been loving for a long time. It can even feel a lot like a breakup if you were invested enough in the show. Luckily for you, we can ease the transition process by telling you which show will be most like the one you just finished your love affair with. It might not be quite the same, but hey, you've got to move on, haven't you?

The University Paper
On Jul 12, 2017

Where's your dream holiday?

Pick a non-Netflix TV show

What did you like most about the last show you watched?

When do you normally watch your shows?

Which is your favourite theme?

How would your friends describe you?

Pick a film

What's your favourite season?

Pick a supermarket

House of Cards

House of Cards

You're in for a dark tale of political intrigue, betrayal and a whole lotta classic Kevin Spacey goodness.

Love

Love

This down-to-earth, realistic depiction of modern love will become your new favourite comfort show as you follow Mickey and Gus in their blunders regarding matters of the heart.

Stranger Things

Stranger Things

This classic sci-fi style tale will have you gripped from the outset as the mystery of number Eleven will have you gripped until the very end.

It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia

It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia

You'll fall in love with the exploits of the gang and their general jerkiness, and what's more, once you realise it's the funniest show on television, there's 12 whole seasons of it to watch!

13 Reasons Why

13 Reasons Why

This tale of a high school girl's suicide will leave you scratching your head as you desperately try to figure out who you can trust, and who contributed to her death.

Orange Is The New Black

Orange Is The New Black

This critically-acclaimed prison drama/comedy set in a women's prison is Netflix's most-watched original series - just five minutes into the pilot and you'll see why.