7 Shows You Can Binge-Watch in One Weekend

Tired of watching the same show over and over again, even though you know there are so many amazing series out there? As people who strictly watch The Office, we feel you.

Getting into a new show can be downright intimidating, especially because you're not sure if you'll enjoy it and some shows can be a huge commitment. Hello, Game of Thrones!

For those of you out there ready to take the leap of faith and dive into a fresh series, we've got some options for you.

Below are seven shows you can (and should) binge-watch in one weekend or less. Which one will you start with?


Easily one of the breakouts of 2017, you can't help but obsess over The CW's Riverdale the second you start watching it. You'll be hooked within the first five minutes of the very first episode, and not just because we're blessed with a shot of KJ Apa's wondrous abs.

Where to watch: The CW and Netflix

Betty, Archie, Veronica, and Jughead Looking Concerned

(Riverdale via The CW)



As far as we're concerned, Marvel's new series Runaways didn't get enough credit for being as amazing as it is. The characters are totally relatable, even though they're superheroes with diabolical parents. Strap on your seat belts, because this show is a bumpy ride.

Where to watch: Hulu

Marvel's Runaways first episode

(Runaways via Hulu)


Famous in Love

We all could use a little more Bella Thorne in our lives. The best way to do that is by watching her series Famous in Love. Bella stars as Paige, an ordinary college student, who lands a major role in a Hollywood blockbuster. She's basically living everyone's dream, and you can live vicariously through her by watching the show.

Where to watch: Freeform and Hulu

Bella Thorne in Freeform's new show Famous in Love

(Famous in Love via Freeform)


The Good Place

One of the most hilarious shows out right now, The Good Place is a comedy about the afterlife. It may sound a little morbid to wonder what happens after we die, but this series will have you laughing until you cry.

Where to watch: NBC, Netflix and Hulu

Kirstin Bell in The Good Place

(The Good Place via NBC)


Andi Mack

For anyone who loved Girl Meets World, Andi Mack is Disney Channel's newest series you need to binge ASAP. It's a sweet show about Andi and her friends discovering who they are as they navigate their way through their teen years.

Where to watch: Disney Channel

Three main characters of Disney Channel's new show Andi Mack at school

(Andi Mack via Disney Channel)


One Day at a Time

A recent take on a '70s classic, Netflix's One Day at a Time is the perfect binge for the whole family. You'll all see yourself in these characters, while taking their life lessons to heart.

Where to watch: Netflix

Netflix's One Day at a Time

(One Day at a Time via Netflix)


Anne With an E

Based on the beloved novel Anne of Green Gables, the story follows an orphan who is just trying to be accepted into the world. Anne With an E is a heartwarming tale of self-discovery that'll make you both laugh and cry.

Where to watch: Netflix

Netflix's Anne With an E

(Anne With an E via Netflix)


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