From drama, comedy, stand up specials to documentaries, there are so many to binge-watch this 2017!
It’s already mid-year and we’ve probably seen all of the shows imaginable on television. From all of the shows that we’ve seen, there are those that continues to astound us with their story plot, interesting characters, funny villains and majestic sceneries (Game Of Thrones, we’re looking at you).
But whether you have binge-watched almost all of the shows right now, we can’t help but do a little television marathon just because we’re couch potatoes at heart.
Check out our most loved series of 2017 below:
The airing of season 7 was heaps interesting (not to mention dramatic), and every season just seemed to make Game Of Thrones one of HBO’s best fantasy series to date. If you’ve been following the series, the characters are now in Westeros and things are getting significantly real.
The Crown gives you a thought-provoking insight into the lives of a royal family. From relationship issues, old-rich contingency and royal flings, this show will give you a reason why royal families are what they are: prominent, intriguing and psychedelic.
Based on the 2014 bestselling novel, Big Little Lies tells the story of five women who live in California, where the police have been suspecting the death of a fund raiser. With an engaging storyline focused on rape, bullying, and infidelity, this show has its main character played by Reese Witherspoon, Shailene Woodley and Nicole Kidman.
Based on Margaret Atwood’s novel, this haunting series will let you explore a world plagued with infertility. Intense and beautiful, this show will take you on a journey on how women’s rights to work are removed and forced into becoming “handmaids”. It’s a bonus that Elizabeth Moss plays the lead role in the show.
From the adaption of Neil Gaiman’s novel, this series will take you to a strange and ghastly ride that begins when the con man meets the ex-convict. Mesmerizing and fantastic, the show will leave you with awe as each scene is strikingly bizarre on its own. American Gods will introduce you to the ancient gods from Egypt, Ireland and their struggle with the rise of gods of technology.
A mélange of romance, comedy, and fantasy, The Good Place starts with the death of Kristen Bell who meets Ted Danson in the afterlife. The twist in the show begins when Kristen realizes that there has been a case of mistaken identity and she is meant to be in a “bad place” instead of the “good place”. The story is as interesting as Kristen Bell’s death in the beginning of the show.
So, get on Netflix now and start binge-watching away!