Surveys suggest that binging tv series is actually a preferred way of watching television. 60% of respondents between 18 and 45 reported that they rather have episodes of their favorite show released all at once. But how do you know which shows are worth watching?
Here are 4 well-loved shows that will have you glued to your tv.
1. Jane The Virgin
A hilarious blend of a romantic comedy and a telenovela, Jane The Virgin follows the complexity of Jane Villanueva’s life. After a routine visit to the clinic, Jane is accidentally artificially inseminated by her doctor. This mixes up all of her life plans, especially because she was adamant about being abstinent.
To make matters worse, Jane finds out that the donor is none other than her boss Rafael. With countless twists and turns, Jane’s story is a roller-coaster of emotions and mind-blowing reveals. There’s never an episode lacking in action, plot-twists, romance, and laughter.
2. Stranger Things
Set in the 1980s, Stranger Things tells of a group of young friends who have an odd connection with the supernatural. This show combines science fiction and horror, depicting the ramifications of the paranormal research of the Hawkins National Laboratory as it affects the lives of the residents of Hawkins, Indiana.
The story begins with the abduction of Will Beyers, who is taken by a creature from an alternate dimension called “the Upside Down.” As his mother and police chief Jim Hopper search for him, Will’s friends meet a psychokinetic girl named Eleven who escaped from the mysterious laboratory. Full of suspense, Stranger Things is addictingly thrilling to viewers.
3. Game of Thrones
Based on George R.R. Martin’s best-selling book series, Game of Thrones is a medieval fantasy with over 19.3 million viewers. This show follows the story of nine powerful families who battle for the rule of the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros and the succession of the infamous Iron Throne.As they fight for control, an ancient enemy who was previously dormant returns to wreak havoc on the kingdom. The series simultaneously follows the stories of each noble family, engaging viewers with the complexity of overlapping plot lines.
4. The 100
The 100 is an intriguing combination of post-apocalyptic themes, science fiction, and drama. It’s set ninety-seven years after a nuclear apocalypse destroys the earth, with the only remaining humans living in a space station called the Ark.
The series follows a group of adolescent survivors of the end-times, who were previously criminals. They are sent to earth to discover whether the earth is once again habitable, encountering hostile survivors and harsh conditions during their journey.