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It’s time to kick back and take the edge off after a stressful work week. Or maybe now is the perfect time to cuddle up and enjoy the company of loved ones with some TV. Either way, we’re here with some of the best binge-worthy shows on Netflix PLUS what’s new or hot on Hulu and other popular streaming services. Check out this review for “Another round“, one of the drama movie that’s also worth watching on Hulu.

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Top Binge-Worthy shows on Netflix

Bodyguard 

 

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A contemporary crime drama, Bodyguard is a well-loved ongoing series. The narrative revolves around the Royalty and Specialist Protection Branch of London’s Metropolitan Police Service, as this is the fictional story of a war veteran turned officer who is torn between the responsibilities of his job and his beliefs. In short, this action-packed thriller will have you on the edge of your seat from the get-go.

Cheer 

 

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A docu-series that took the world by storm, Cheer follows the team at Navarro College as they prepare for the biggest moment in their cheerleading career. As eventful as it is, you won’t only learn about the skills and determination required for the popular sport. Along the way, you will fall in love with each member who makes up the team as you learn about their personal hardships and achievements.

Outer Banks 

 

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With some reviewers calling it a “modern day Goonies”, Outer Banks has mixed reviews. Featuring adventure, a dash of romance and plenty of drama, the series follows a group of teenagers as they embark on a whirlwind journey after stumbling upon a treasure map. While more suited to a younger crowd, some parental discretion is advised.

Avatar 

 

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With a world divided into four nations revolving around the elements, the balance of it all is maintained by the namesake Avatar. That is until the Avatar disappears, and the Fire Nation invades. To reign them in and restore balance, an airbender named Aang must overcome obstacles to master the elements with the help of his friends. This award winning cartoon is a must-see series for every age. 

Space Force 

 

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Starring Steve Carrell, Space Force is a TV comedy revolving around the creation of a sixth brand of the military. More specifically, it is a satire of the real world attempt to militarize space that is led by a harebrained general. Despite being the subject of severe criticism, Space Force has some serious fans. 

Never Have I Ever 

 

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Based on the childhood of Mindy Kaling, Never Have I Ever tells the story of a first generation Indian-American teenager. A comedy-drama, it shares the details of her complicated life, from her highschool social standing to her lack of a romantic life and even her struggles at home. Emotional and relatable, this show has garnered a lot of attention.

Ozark 

 

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Serving as the top money launderer for the second largest drug cartel in Mexico, Marty is forced to uproot the lives of his otherwise ordinary family when things go awry. The Byrdes flee to a region of the Missouri Ozarks where they fight to stay alive and, in the midst of it all, end up reconnecting. With a smart script and a talented cast, the dark thriller Ozark oozes suspense. 

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Killing Eve 

 

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Starring Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer, Killing Eve tells the story of an M15 security officer and psychopathic assassin in a rousing game of cat and mouse. The raved about comedy-drama is a new take on spy thrillers, especially with its unique character-focused plot. You’ll encounter surprises at every turn and are sure to be hooked within the first 20 minutes.

The Great 

 

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A wild comedic ride, The Great is a satirical telling of Catherine the Great’s rise to power in 18th-century Russia. Featuring Elle Fanning and Nicholas Hoult, the largely whimsical and skewed version of history is laced with some serious overtones. While not your standard period piece, The Great is a promising series that has left viewers begging for more.

Vikings 

 

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The story of a warrior and farmer by the name of Ragnar Lothbrok, Vikings is a brutal look into his rise to King of the Viking tribes. While audience reviews are consistent in saying that not every season of the show is worthwhile, one through three are considered “must-sees”. In true Viking fashion, viewers can at the very least expect plenty of violence and gore.

Atlanta 

 

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One of the top cities for young rappers to make a name, Atlanta is the place where artists flock for their chance at fame. Created and starring Donald Glover, this comedy-drama shines a spotlight on the social and economic issues of African Americans, as two young men fight to rise in the local rap scene. 

Rick and Morty 

 

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An animated series, Rick and Morty follows the adventures of a 14-year old boy and his genius alcoholic grandfather. As they and their family explore the universe and other dimensions, chaos and mayhem ensue. Vulgar and hilarious, the series is going on its fifth season with no signs of stopping.

Dave 

 

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Convinced that he is destined to be one of the greatest rappers of all time, a neurotic 20-year old sets out to prove it to the rest of the world. Based on the life of Dave Burd, also known as Lil Dicky, comedy ensues as he and his friends leave no stone unturned on his mission to make it big. Throughout the series, other celebs make an appearance, including Marshmello, Justin Bieber and others.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine 

 

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Set in a fictional 99th precinct, Brooklyn Nine-Nine follows a team of detectives and their new captain. Over eight seasons, hilarity ensues as the team works and deep relationships form. With funny and lovable characters, Brooklyn Nine-Nine is a great pastime when you’re in need of some laughter.

Mrs. America 

 

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During the Equal Rights Movement of the 1970s, conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly, played by Cate Blanchett, is a leading figure in the opposition. A loosely based historical drama, Mrs. America showcases the political battleground in a way that is as entertaining as it is engaging no matter which side you stand on. 

Shows on Disney+

The Mandalorian 

 

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A must-see series for any fan of the Star Wars saga, The Mandalorian follows yet another warrior who emerged after the fall of the Empire. In this story, a lone bounty hunter works in the outer reaches of the galaxy. Praised for mixing aspects of both older and newer films from the popular franchise, The Mandalorian is packed with action, comedy and lots of adventure.

The Imagineering Story

 

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The Imagineering Story is a docuseries that provides an in-depth look at the creation and history of some of the most popular Disney theme parks and attractions. Viewers will see everything, from the formation of the Imagineers to how they brought Disney to life and the struggles and stresses they face up to the present day. It is a must-watch series for any fan of the “Happiest Place on Earth”.

The Simpsons 

 

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The longest running primetime scripted TV series, The Simpsons encompasses 33 seasons. Following the adventures of a working class family in the city of Springfield, this animated comedy is full of goofy fun and loveable characters. The Simpsons is the perfect choice for anyone looking to commit to a series for the long-haul, especially one that has a witty script packed with jokes.

Lizzie McGuire 

 

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An American sitcom, Lizzie McGuire revolves around a 13-year old girl and her friends as they embark on the journey that is middle school. While her life is nothing more than normal, Lizzie, played by Hilary Duff, lets some steam off via her witty, animated alter ego. Despite having ended in 2004, the series remains a widely loved show. 

The Incredible Dr. Pol 

 

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A practicing veterinarian for more than half of his life, Dr. Jan Pol runs a reputable business in Michigan farm country. This reality series follows him, his family and his veterinary team as they work to treat a variety of animals. Popular for his old school and no-nonsense ways, The Incredible Dr. Pol is a fan favorite for his personality as well as his educational candor. 

What’s good on Amazon Prime

Good Omens 

 

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Based on the 1990 novel, Good Omens is a miniseries following an angel and demon as they seek to prevent the coming of the Antichrist and, of course, Armageddon. Full of wit, sarcasm and wisdom, Good Omens is a brisk paced and quirky adaptation of the beloved book.

The Boys 

 

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In a world where those with superpowers are considered heroes, The Boys follows a group of vigilantes who work to take down corrupt superhumans. Polar opposite from the family-friendly Marvel and DC franchises, this show is a unique take on the oversaturated superhero film. The current three seasons are jam packed with action, blood and a surprising amount of humor.

Hanna 

 

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An Amazon original, Hanna follows the story of a young girl who was raised in the forest as she attempts to evade a CIA agent. Along the way, she will discover her dark origins in this dramatic but action-filled series starring Esme-Creed Miles.

Sneaky Pete 

 

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A crime drama, Sneaky Pete is about a con man named Marius who takes on the identity of his former cellmate, Pete, in an attempt to leave his old life behind. Unfortunately, Pete’s family happens to be far from ordinary and may land him back in hot water. Fast-paced and well written, Sneaky Pete is a must-watch series that ended too soon. 

Shows On HBO & HBO Go

Silicon Valley 

 

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A comedy inspired by a Silicon Valley engineer, this show follows a ragtag group of entrepreneurial engineers as they attempt to launch a company called Pied Piper. With a fun cast and a hilarious script, Silicon Valley is a deep dive into the industry that will keep your attention until the very end. 

Westworld 

 

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In true Jonathan Nolan fashion, Westworld is a technologically advanced amusement park where visitors can live their fantasies to their fullest in an Old West setting; that is, until it all unravels. While the show can be quite confusing at times, Westworld is well worth watching again and again to fully understand. Fortunately, it’s just as entertaining each and every time.

True Detective 

 

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A seasonal anthology series, True Detective follows police investigations and all those involved through thick and thin. The crime drama is gripping from the get-go and will have you plotting out an ending of your own. With an all-star cast, the series has maintained its success throughout all three seasons.

Ballers 

 

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Starring Dwayne Johnson, Ballers is centered around a group of football players and their families. While on the surface fame takes form in the form of mansions and million dollar cars, the dramatic comedy takes on serious tones as it dives into the business side of football. Fast-paced and funny, Ballers is entertaining for sports fans and critics alike.

Big Little Lies 

 

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A turning point in the lives of a group of upper-class mothers, a single mother moves into the small beach town in California. Unbeknownst to them, taking her and her son under their wings will lead to a one-of-a-kind schoolyard scandal. A crime drama, Big Little Lies shines a light on small-town drama and fractured relationships that still occur despite perfect exteriors. 

The Outsider 

 

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A crime drama, The Outsider is based on the best-selling novel by Stephen King. When an unspeakable crime is committed, investigators leap into action, coming into contact with sinister supernatural forces in the process. Gripping and suspenseful, The Outsider will have your eyes glued to the screen.

Sharp Objects 

 

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Returning to her hometown of Wind Gap to cover a murder, Camille Preaker is forced to confront the psychological demons from her past namely, her hypochondriac mother and a 13-year old step sister she barely knows. This creepy thriller starring Amy Adams will have viewers gripping the edge of their seats, as she claws her way through personal traumas and works to uncover the violent truth.

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 

 

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Starring Will Smith, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air is a comedy about the sudden upheaval of a streetwise Philadelphian teen to a mansion in Bel Air. With a colorful cast of characters, the show is chock full of humor and even some life lessons. Watching this series will have you laughing out loud.

Want to start watching some of these shows today? Hulu and Disney+ are currently offering a bundle for a convenient monthly price. Also, with an Amazon Prime subscription, you’ll get a number of free Amazon shows as well as excellent pricing for an HBO subscription. If you already watch one of these shows, be sure to let us know what you think. Otherwise, let us know about other binge-worthy shows you are currently loving!

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