Seven Binge-worthy TV Shows you Need to Watch Now

There are so many options for entertainment than ever before. And with so many shows across so many platforms, it’s hard to know which options are worth a watch. 

With that in mind, we’ve written this article to let you know which TV shows will leave you desperate for more. 

Are you subscribed to only a few of the leading streamers? Or maybe you’re taking advantage of a VPN for your Amazon Fire Stick? Either way, you’ll find your new favourite show right here on this page.

Without further ado, here are seven binge-worthy TV shows you need to watch now.

You, Netflix

This show has been one of Netflix’s biggest hits. And now it’s back for another season. After the events of You Season 4, serial killer Joe Goldberg moves to London. He’s trying to change his ways, but it’s proving harder than anticipated.

The Mandalorian, Disney Plus

In a dangerous galaxy, a lone warrior makes his living by catching bounties. The gunslinger makes it his mission to protect an adorable baby alien – who took the internet by storm. Mandalorian series caters to a fandom that’s hard to please. Despite this, it’s gained a reputation as the best of Star Wars since the original trilogy. 

The Last of Us, HBO Max

This story takes place in the aftermath of a zombie apocalypse. A seasoned survivor smuggles a teenage girl through hostile environments. Based on the popular video game series of the same name, this adaptation has a fast-growing audience – both gamers and otherwise.

Hunters, Amazon Prime Video

In 1970s New York, a diverse group of Nazi hunters fight against a plan to create the Fourth Reich in the US. Inspired by the stories of real-life Nazi hunters across the world, this Amazon Prime show’s second season oh Hunters will conclude the series.

Wednesday, Netflix

This is the latest adaptation of The Addams Family. Teenage girl Wednesday Addams attends Nevermore academy – a school for outcasts. She finds herself investigating a series of mysterious murders around campus. Luckily, she has new supernatural powers that help her do so.

House of the Dragon, HBO Max

Set nearly 200 years before Game of Thrones, this series takes a deep dive into the Targaryen family at the height of its power. Enjoy the relationships, turmoil, and suspense that made GOT such a hit, with a fresh set of characters.

Emily in Paris, Netflix

An addicting series that follows a naïve young woman as she navigates the luxury market in Paris. Not speaking the language and out of her element, you can imagine all the surprises waiting for her. This feel-good (Emily in Paris) series explores friendship, romance, and professional life.

Marie Foster
Marie Foster
Marie Foster covers Business News at OSN.
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