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Fans Are ‘Obsessed’ With How ‘Satisfying’ ‘Get Organised With The Home Edit’ Is

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Fans Are ‘Obsessed’ With How ‘Satisfying’ ‘Get Organised With The Home Edit’ Is

If you live for yearly planners, colour-coded sticky notes and labelled Tupperware, then Netflix's Get Organised With The Home Edit should flip your organisational switch.

The cleaning-themed series landed on the streamer this week - and fans have already taken to social media to say how 'obsessed' they are with the 'satisfying' show.

For those not in the know, the series follows cleaning experts and founders of The Home Edit Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin as they transform the homes of celebs like Reese Witherspoon, Eva Longoria, and Khloe Kardashian, among others.

The cleaning-themed series gave viewers a glimpse inside Reese's wardrobe - including her outfits from 'Legally Blonde' (Credit: Netflix)
The cleaning-themed series gave viewers a glimpse inside Reese's wardrobe - including her outfits from 'Legally Blonde' (Credit: Netflix)
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It's not only A-lister clients, though. Clea and Joanna also work their cleaning magic on the homes of the general public, blitzing through homes to create clever storage solutions and leave the space spotless.

"Who else is watching Get Organized: The Home Edit on Netflix?!" tweeted one excited viewer, adding: "I'm obsessed!!"

"The Home Edit on Netflix. Wow this is really satisfying for my inner interior designer," agreed another.

A third chipped in: "If you're an organization freak like me CHECK OUT GET ORGANIZED WITH THE HOME EDIT ON NETFLIX. I'm obsessed."

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While another commented: "There's a new series on Netflix called 'Get Organized with The Home Edit' and let me tell you how satisfying it is to watch people organize other peoples stuff for my 30-year-old-anxious-ass."

Playing out across eight episodes, the series is produced by Reese Witherspoon's production company Hello Sunshine.

Reese serves exec producer on it, as well as appearing in the show herself - in the first episode, we even get a glimpse inside the A-lister's wardrobe, where she's kept her outfits from Legally Blonde.

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Other stars opening their doors include Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtk - and throughout the course of the show, Joanna and Clea declutter a whole variety of rooms, from closets to bathrooms to pantries and playrooms.

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Twitter users compared the show with lifestyle transformation series Queer Eye and cleaning fanatic's favourite Tidying Up with Marie Kondo.

"If queer eye gives you your fix, The Home Edit on Netflix will fill that hole," wrote one.

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While another commented: "If you're obsessed with organization like I am, obviously watch Marie Kondo but watch the Home Edit on Netflix. Will not regret it."

Mrs Hinch fans, this is one for you!

Get Organised With The Home Edit is available to watch on Netflix now.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: TV and Film, TV News, TV Entertainment, Twitter, Netflix

Mary-Jane Wiltsher
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