The Canadian-made Netflix glass-blowing reality show debuted in summer 2019. But for its second season, premiering in January feels more appropriate. "The series is structured like pretty much every other competition show that has ever existed: Ten contestants engage in a different challenge during each episode, with one person getting knocked out in every installment until, in the finale, a champion is named," says Jen Chaney. "What’s different is that it focuses on glassblowing, a physically demanding, primal, and tactile endeavor that most people have probably never witnessed, let alone attempted themselves. Certain aspects of that process make this an inherently winter watch, which is to say it’s the sort of show that will fit seamlessly into whatever hygge routine you have established. Slide on the fuzziest socks, brew the hottest tea, burrow under your favorite blanket, and turn on Blown Away." ALSO: It's disappointing that Blown Away hasn't fixed its flaws in Season 2.