Must-Watch TV Shows for Your Summer Binge!

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Binge-watching makes everything better after a bad day, isn’t it?! Watching some series could be too intense, taking you on a rollercoaster of emotions that you simply cannot deny or refuse! Others could turn out to be interesting enough only after a while, pushing you into a world of intricate events. Either way, legendary TV shows are here to stay, becoming popular again and again. So, what are the best TV series that could really satisfy your needs and keep you hooked to the feeling?!

We’ve come up with a cool mini-guide on what’s hot right now, including some of our favorites!

The Office

Is Michael Scott the perfect kind of leader? Would he be able to make a few changes? Be thankful that you never had to work for him! With a significant amount of cringe and a range of emotions, The Office is the ideal program to watch in one sitting. Make sure you give it a try!

True Detective

One of the best examples of peak television is, hands down, True Detective. A fresh mystery is revealed at the beginning of each season, keeping you hooked to the feeling, diving into the shadows with investigators who have witnessed too much.

Big Little Lies

In Big Little Lies, the dazzling appearance of the California elite is dissected via the use of a gripping narrative that demonstrates that often the most beautiful individuals are the ones who have the greatest secrets (oops!). And yes, it is featuring Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman, two of the most gifted actresses!

Mad Men

In addition to delving deeply into the narratives of the various individuals that make up the ensemble cast, Mad Men presents an examination of the glamorous Madison Avenue scene that existed throughout the 1960s. You will most certainly become disoriented in this realm but enjoy it anyway!

The Wire

An investigation of the complicated links that exist between police enforcement, politicians, the media, drug traffickers, and even schools is the focus of The Wire, which gives a realistic representation of life in Baltimore over the course of more than five seasons.

Breaking Bad

In what appears to be a lesson on how much more money you can earn as a drug lord than the amount of money you can make as a high school chemistry teacher, the series follows a teacher who is afflicted with cancer, played by Bryan Cranston, and his former pupil, played by Aaron Paul. Talking about the perfect duo, right?!

The Sopranos

The mesmerizing performances that James Gandolfini and Edie Falco provide as Tony and Carmela Soprano will leave you unable to find the words to express your feelings. Following the life of the New Jersey mob lord and his family, The Sopranos has become a cultural phenomenon as it follows their ups and downs, again and again, until they manage to find their peace.


Workaholics is the ideal show to watch when you need to relax after a hard day at the office! It follows the lives of three stoned losers who are participating in what appears to be one big and confusing journey that we all call it life!

Twin Peaks

Twin Peaks is a state of mind, a place where you get lost but still feel like the world is looking right at you! If you are a fan of supernatural television series such as The X-Files, this cult classic film directed by David Lynch will amaze you. It follows FBI Agent Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan) as he travels around the Pacific Northwest seeking answers to the death of Laura Palmer, the homecoming queen of the local community.

Mr. Robot

This television drama, which stars Rami Malek as a rogue hacker, is the ideal show for our times. The series covers the life and tale of this cyberhero, as well as how he investigates areas of society and the psyche that are considered to be more sinister.

Better Call Saul

Over the course of this Breaking Bad prequel, which stars Bob Odenkirk, Jimmy goes from being a struggling lawyer to being the morally flexible Saul that so many fans know and love. It’s a bumpy ride, but it’ll surely take you far!

Only Murders in the Building

How about three curious neighbors who have turned into amateur sleuths? In the show Only Murders in the Building, these brave characters slice through suspects and clichés, combining a true-crime fascination with a weird sense of humor. Nice!


In the television show Veep, Julia Louis-Dreyfus plays the role of Vice President Selina Meyer. Set in the petty world of American politics, this is the perfect series for you if you enjoy dark humor and are interested in taking a scathing deep dive into the chaotic political landscape.


When it comes to Seinfeld, there is a saying that goes: Watch it once for laughs, then watch it again to choose a favorite quote that will inspire you for the rest of your life! You will undoubtedly experience a sense of being seen and understood if you watch this classic series about nothing really but everything that turns ordinary oddities into memorable hilarious moments.

What is your go-to TV show that you highly recommend? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!

Georgia Nica
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