If you still have yet to dive into the mesmerizingly extravagant world of Bling Empire, consider this your sign to click play. Netflix’s newest reality series follows a group of ridiculously wealthy Asian-Americans in Los Angeles, earning it plenty of comparisons to a combination of Crazy Rich Asians and the Real Housewives franchise, but with even more money, more family drama, and more over-the-top personalities.

All of that, of course, makes for an impeccable bingeing experience—and with the whole world feeling like we’re still stuck in March 2020, there’s no better way to spice up your life than by getting way too invested in the lives of a group of flashy multimillionaires.

There’s Anna Shay, daughter of billionaires, who doesn’t blink an eye at commissioning a private jet just for a quick trip to Paris for high-end caviar; Christine Chiu, co-owner of a Beverly Hills plastic surgery clinic, who dresses her toddler son in head-to-toe Gucci for Thanksgiving dinner; and Kane Lim, another child of billionaires, whose designer shoe closet is bigger than some studio apartments.