The holiday season is a perfect time to find a great TV show and binge it all the way. With cold weather and plenty of free time, what else to do? (Okay, many of my friends prefer looking up for sports-betting sites like the Apuestas Deportivas USA and having fun over watching TV shows, but hey… hear me out) But be careful when choosing what to watch, because we’ve recently witnessed a lot of good shows being canceled.
Luckily, this is the age of Netflix, HBO, and a bunch of fantastic TV shows, so it shouldn’t be so hard to find a perfect one to be mad about. In our finest selection, we can make a bit of variance, depending on watchers’ mood and taste.
When it comes to the best TV shows for binge-watching, there are some of them that should be reviewed, others that should be studied, and returning shows to be welcomed.
TV Shows to Review
Game Of Thrones (8 seasons) — For all of you who successfully resisted watching this show when everybody else was mad about it, now is the perfect time to finally meet the North and the Mother of the Dragons.
Breaking Bad (5 seasons) — When it comes to TV storytelling, it doesn’t get much better than Breaking Bad. This mindblowing story about a chemistry teacher who cooks meth can keep you on the edge of your seat for hours. If you missed it before, don’t miss it now.
True Detective ( 3 seasons) — Each season is a different brilliant story filled up with mystery and excitement, as well as fantastic casting crew, photography, and music.
TV Shows to Study
Stranger Things (4 seasons, on-air) — A small-town community, faced with supernatural forces and dark government secrets — perfect for binge-watching weekends.
Orange is the new black (7 seasons) — Much rewarded and nominated TV show that follows the story inside the minimum-security women’s prison.
Peaky Blinders (7 seasons) — Epic story about the family of gangsters located in Birmingham, England at the beginning of the twentieth century. Shelby brothers can easily get under your skin and make you binge-watch the whole seven seasons in one breath.
Vikings (6 seasons) — History Chanel productions brought us the Vikings saga back in 2013. Since then, we are more than addicted to the bravery of savage warriors in a unique combination of history and fiction and a lot of intrigues. While waiting for new adventures, it can be a good idea to remind ourselves of the old ones.
A Discovery of Witches (2 seasons) — We met Diana Bishop last year and immediately fell in love with her. This is yet another TV show about a witch, but with a whole new perspective.
Ray Donovan (7 seasons) — The best “fixer” in LA is returning this December with one of the strongest characters and TV shows that can be watched for hours.