Looking for something to binge-watch that will keep you entertained for a bit longer than your typical weekend? There is plenty of long-running TV series available on all of the big streaming sites to keep you entertained for as long as you need to be.
Every single program on our list has aired for at least five seasons — most have aired for much longer — making them ideal for binge-watching or just a long-term investment in a compelling plot.
These are some of the finest TV programs to binge-watch ever, ranging from superhero action thrillers to prestige dramas and touching romantic comedies. Continue reading for a list of dozens of our favorite binge-worthy programs now available on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, and HBO Max.
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Peaky Blinders, a British gangster drama starring Cillian Murphy, Sam Neill, Helen McCrory, and Tom Hardy, is set in the immediate aftermath of World War I and follows the activities of the Peaky Blinders criminal group.
The fictitious gang is partially based on a real-life urban street gang of the same name that reigned supreme in Birmingham, England from the 1890s through the 1910s.
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This epic fantasy series, based on Robert Jordan’s blockbuster book series, follows Moiraine (Rosamund Pike) on her mission to discover the identity of the Dragon, a great channeller destined to either rescue or destroy the world from the Dark One.
When she focuses her quest on five young villagers, their lives and the world around them are irrevocably altered. Things are not as they seem, and over the course of eight episodes, the actual intents of individuals begin to emerge as the forces of light and evil battle it out.
Breaking Bad is a television series set in the United States
Vince Gilligan created and produced AMC’s groundbreaking neo-Western crime drama Breaking Bad, which famously follows Walter White, a disgruntled high-school chemistry teacher who turns to manufacturing and selling methamphetamine to secure his family’s financial future after being diagnosed with inoperable lung cancer.
It’s time to pack a hoagie and some water for a journey to Easttown, Pennsylvania. Mare of Easttown, a highly praised criminal drama series written and directed by Brad Ingelsby, starring Oscar winner Kate Winslet as Mare Sheehan, a cynical, no-nonsense police sergeant who’s seen it all.
Despite being regarded as a local hero by many, she is constantly tormented by a missing people case she was unable to solve and fights to keep her personal life together.
Stranger Things is a television series set in the United States
Stranger Things fans can catch up with the trouble-prone misfits of Hawkins, Indiana before the critically acclaimed show returns this summer, with the highly anticipated fourth season due to air this summer.
The mega-hit drama follows Eleven, a teenager with psychokinetic abilities who arrives in the tiny fictitious town soon after local kid Will Byers vanishes; she joins forces with Will’s close friends to help them hunt him down to a terrifying other realm known as “the upside down.”
If you like superheroes and Christmas, you’ll adore this series. The Disney+ series Hawkeye follows our beloved archer Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner), who is still recovering from his tumultuous past as Ronin and is attempting to move on from his perilous life as an Avenger and S.H.I.E.L.D. agent, one year after the Thanos-filled events of Avengers: Endgame.
The British dramedy Fleabag, created, written, and starring Phoebe Waller-Bridge, follows the free-spirited and sexually liberated titular character as she tries to cope with life in London while dealing with a recent loss.
The heroine often breaches the fourth wall to deliver exposition, internal monologues, and hilarious comments to the audience and is based on Waller-one-woman Bridge’s show of the same name at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
If you liked the recurrent mysteries of Lost and HBO’s Watchmen, you’ll appreciate Damon Lindelof’s other twisted television shows.
The series is based on Tom Perrotta’s book and takes place three years after 2% of the world’s population mysteriously vanished in an event known as the “Sudden Departure.”