9 Netflix originals that show the inside life of the rich

Netflix started off as a DVD rental company in 1998 and twisted its business model several times until it changed the entertainment industry forever. Today, many producers focus on making movies aimed to be released on Netflix only. The company has managed to replace the word entertainment as Netflixing, just as we call surfing the internet ‘googling.’

With over 15,000 movies and shows titles you could binge through the platform, shows about rich people and their extraordinary lives are some of the most-watched shows of all time. From multi-million dollar mansions to supercars, extravagant occasions, lavish vacations, and vicious catfights, these programs will take you through the day-to-day lives of the elite.


#9. Selling Sunset

Selling sunset is a real estate show that has gained a massive audience. It includes a group of realtors mainly female, who hustle on selling a variety of L.A. properties. The show features top-notch pools, gyms, theaters, and more are featured in ultra-luxurious homes. It dropped on Netflix in March 2019 and its third season was released in August 2020.

#8. Bling Empire

Released in January 2021, the series focuses on showing the lavish lifestyles of wealthy Asian Americans, living in Los Angeles. The plot includes their parties, jet-setting travel, and the politics among the rich friends. You could also see the insider problems that they have in life, which aren’t money problems, but others such as adhering to their values and traditions.


#7. Get Organized With The Home Edit

Professional home organizers Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin are founders of The Home Edit company, who work with celebrities such as Reese Witherspoon, Khloe Kardashian, Neil Patrick Harris, and more, to declutter and create stunning spaces. They also help celebrities manage their flooding closets, that many people like to see. However, the Home Edit can do more than just inspire you. You could hire them if you are in the areas they operate, which can be seen on their website. Although they work with celebrities, getting them to organize any of your space including your refrigerator would only set you aside anywhere between $185-$250 an hour.

#6. Styling Hollywood

Styling Hollywood is an unscripted fashion reality show on the red carpet that features celebrity stylist Jason Bolden and her husband, interior designer Adair Curtis showing each step along the way. They makeover Hollywood celebrities, including Taraji P Henson, Yara Shahidi, Sabrina Carpenter, Ava DuVernay, and Serena Williams. From this, you could get an idea of the behind-the-scenes of glamourizing the celebs.


#5. Celebrity Plastic Surgeons Of Beverly Hills

The elite invest their time and money to make themselves appear attractive. Cosmetic surgery plays a huge part when it comes to a facelift. Surgeons Dr. Robert Rey and Dr. Jason Diamond along with other experts use their skills to make celebrities look as attractive as possible. The show allows you to look at facelifts to life-changing operations and the challenges these surgeons confront on a daily basis.

#4. Cooking With Paris

Cooking with Paris is yet another reality show, and it features reality star, Paris Hilton. The show works by featuring a new celebrity for each episode, and they prepare new dishes while having a conversation in the kitchen. Although the meals may not turn out well all the time, the friendships formed and the experience makes it worth the watch.

#3. Real Housewives

The Real Housewives series has been on the scene over the past decade. It’s a franchise of reality shows that document the lives of wealthy housewives residing in different regions of the United States, which include New York, Beverly Hills, and Atlanta. You should expect messy fights, big personas, and the drama that occurs in their lives.


#2. Indian Matchmaking

Indian Matchmaking documents the world of matchmaker Sima Taparia, her powerful Rolodex’s of clients, and a long list of singles in India and the United States. Sima dives into the personal preferences, backgrounds, and social lives, to match couples, but it doesn’t always turn out sunshine and roses. The terrible dates, no-shows, and family drama will keep you hooked on the series.

#1. Keeping Up With The Kardashians

Perhaps the most famous Keeping up with the Kardashians features Kim Kardashian West and her entire family, which makes it easy for her fans to have an insight into their extraordinary lives, and see the impact the family has had on pop culture, fashion, and beauty. Whether you love or hate them, there is no ignoring them. Although the show has officially come to end, you could binge throughout the 20 seasons to see Kendall and Kylie’s literal launch from childhood to million-dollar stars.

Via: Vogue Magazine

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