Netflix has just released has just released a handful of new shows for its subscribers. One of them is Naomi Watts' "Gypsy." Learn more about it and why you should definitely save it on your list.

Naomi Watts wants you to see a shrink

The series’ opening credits, which was set to - surprise, Fleetwood Mac’s “Gypsy,” (this time with a solo version by Stevie Nicks) showed a glass full of bourbon. Spoiler alert, Watts' character, Jean drinks a lot of this through the season.

This represents her splintered personality. Someone who classifies parts of herself, which is turn makes her head for impending misfortune.

Although there are several series with this kind of character, you will see "Gypsy" makes you think, “Yes, and?”

Per Vox, the show is a sexually charged drama with 10-episode. Naomi Watts plays the role of a psychologist who lives vicariously through her clients.

According to Watts, she feels that shrinks should not be this interested in their clients’ lives, but recognizes psychology as a field. “Pretty much all of my contemporaries have done some therapy and if you ask, they want it,” she said. “I think it’s worth trying it at least once — unless you're really good at leaning in on others and you can get the advice you need in a truthful way.”

What else to expect from "Gypsy"

New York Daily News reported that only card "Gypsy" really has to play is “Jean’s lies catch up to her and send her two lives crashing into each other.” Viewers might have to wait and see for themselves until the last half of the first season's finale.

Another spoiler alert, Sidney is expected to show up at Jean's daughter's school. With so much stuff going on, it could be safe to say that what you probably think about Watts character is bound to change as the series progresses. Compare it to maybe, Don Draper of "Mad Men."

If you have already started watching "Gypsy," wait for more twists and turns to unravel.

One thing is sure, the show's new approach is more than enough to have viewers on the edge of their seats and wanting more.

Although, of course, some are skeptical that this could turn out to be a one-season wonder. has brought up that Netflix CEO Reed Hastings has already discussed the concern of cancellations with CNBC after "Sense8" and "Girlboss" were axed.

“Our hit ratio is way too high right now,” Hastings said. “So, we’ve canceled very few shows … I’m always pushing the content team. We have to take more risk — you have to try more crazy things. Because we should have a higher cancel rate overall.” The "Gypsy" cast includes Billy Crudup, Lucy Boynton, Sophie Cookson, Melanie Liburd, and Poorna Jagannathan, among others.

"Gypsy" debuted last Friday, June 30 on Netflix.