If you’re in search of a new binge-worthy TV show for the fall season, you’ve come to the right place! Sorted by genre, here are some popular binge-watching suggestions!
Looking for a laugh?
Try The Good Place! What would you do if you were sent to heaven when you were really supposed to be sent to hell? The main character in this series decides to hide out in heaven and pretend to be a good person rather than risk getting sent to…you guessed it, The Bad Place. If you already enjoy Black-ish, try Marlon, a fairly new comedy series about a fictional family…and the father figure is none other than Marlon Wayans!
Other popular comedies: Bob’s Burgers, The Mindy Project, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Shameless
In the mood for a thrill? Maybe some horror?
Black Mirror has its controversies, but it will likely have you rethinking about how great technology is for this modern world. Alias Grace takes you all the way back to a nineteenth-century murder. If you’re looking for something that’s just plain freaky, try Maniac.
Other popular thrillers: American Horror Story, Bates Motel, Criminal Minds, Dark
How about some drama?
If you like drama with a kick of supernatural elements added in, The Vampire Diaries is perfect for you. Dear White People is a relevant dramedy centered on black college students at a PWI. Or, if you prefer something more classic, Dynasty is a reboot of a popular soap opera from the 1980s.
Other popular dramas: Thirteen Reasons Why, This Is Us, The 100, Riverdale
Are you a kid at heart?
The Hollow is an animated series on Netflix that has the perfect amount of mystery, action, and adventure all in one show. Stranger Things focuses on a couple kids who find themselves tangled in a series of mysteries and supernatural forces. Marvel’s Runaways has evil parents and superhero kids–what more could you want?
Other childish shows: Regular Show, Danny Phantom, Degrassi: Next Class
In search of some throwbacks?
Jersey Shore is a classic reality show that’ll have you feeling grateful that you’re not in the spotlight. Or, if you’re in the mood for a classic comedy, try The Golden Girls.
Other popular throwbacks: Seinfeld, Friends, Gossip Girl, That 70s Show
Forget American, what about British shows?
The Great British Baking Show is pretty self-explanatory and pretty amazing to watch. The End of the F***ing World follows a psychopath and a rebel who run into plenty of trouble when they decided to road trip away from home.
Other British shows: Luther, Midsomer Murders, Sherlock