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    19 TV Shows On Binge That’ll Have Aussies Glued To Their Couch

    There's now no telling where my couch ends and I begin.

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    1. The Undoing

    Hugh Grant and Nicole Kidman standing before a crowd of reporters looking grim.

    What it's about: The Undoing is a mysterious psychological thriller based on the novel You Should Have Known. It follows an upper-class New York City couple who are living the lives they imagined for themselves, however, things take a turn for the worst overnight — opening a chasm of events including a violent death and a chain of terrible revelations.

    Why it's Binge worthy: Every episode ends with a deliciously addictive cliff hanger, you'll find it difficult not to continue watching one after another! Plus there's a notable cast of Actors with the likes of Donald Sutherland, Hugh Grant and Aussie royalty, Emmy®, Academy Award and Golden Globe-winner Nicole Kidman.

    Watch it on Binge.

    2. The Flight Attendant

    A woman in a deep and intimate conversation with another woman in the middle of an airport.

    What it's about: A Flight attendant wakes to a dead body in her Bangkok hotel room, hungover and afraid to call the police. Not knowing what happened the night before and possibly in denial, she boards her flight to New York wondering if she's the killer, only to be greeted by FBI agents ready to question her in New York.

    Why it's Binge worthy: This series will have you screaming DID SHE DO IT?! at your TV screen. From the co-creator of You, viewers are surely in for a wild ride of twists, turns and cliff hangers. The Flight Attendant drops November 26th and over four weeks, we’ll get three episodes direct from the USA.

    Watch it on Binge.

    3. The Walking Dead

    A man standing before a fence with zombies on the other side struggling to get to him.

    What it's about: The apocalyptic series depicts a group of strangers who team up in order to survive the aftermath of a zombie apocalypse. They band together to try and stay alive under constant threat of zombie attacks which they call "walkers". However, walkers are not their only threat, with the fall of humanity, the group also face conflict from other survivors leading to juicy squabbles.

    Why it's Binge worthy: Each episode of The Walking Dead gets better and better with the conflict, the drama and the suspense. In my opinion, the best part is the characters. You fall in love with so many complex personalities in this show and you only grow more attached as the episodes go on, but remember, this isn't a fairytale, it's a zombie apocalypse and your favourites have to fight to survive.

    Watch it on Binge.

    4. Fear the Walking Dead

    A family (a mother, father, son and daughter) standing in a warehouse with fear on their faces.

    What it's about: The post-apocalyptic prequel to The Walking Dead, Fear the Walking Dead follows a new blended family, and their challenges learning new skills and adapting in order to survive the beginning of a zombie apocalypse.

    Why it's Binge worthy: The origin story of an already great series is always a treat for fans to delve into the same world of their favourite characters and catch a glimpse into how The Walking Dead began from new character's point of views. You get a new storyline, new characters, plus old faces from TWD. It's exciting and fresh (literally) to see the walkers when they first become "zombies".

    Watch it on Binge.

    5. The West Wing Special

    A man and woman smiling as they gaze into the distance.

    What it's about: The West Wing (1999-2006) has been ranked as one of the best television shows of all time by many. The fictional political drama depicted the work and personal lives of senior presidential advisers and it's back for first time in 17 years with the original cast. They have reunited for a great cause, reinforcing the importance of voting in alignment with the US presidential election.

    Why it's Binge worthy: American political dramas are always really good and if you're an OG fan of The West Wing then it's a treat to see the original cast reunite nearly 20 years later. Australia doesn't have comparable political dramas, so we'll live vicariously through our American counterparts drama and binge this in one sitting.

    Watch it on Binge.

    6. Lovecraft Country

    Two men and a woman looking terrified in a forrest.

    What it's about: Set in 1950's segregated United States, the horror drama series follows a young man who embarks on a road trip across America with his uncle and friend in the search for his missing father, only to come face to face with dark secrets, horror and their struggle to not only survive terrifying monsters and the country's deep rooted racism.

    Why it's Binge worthy: I've never seen anything quite like Lovecraft Country, with the juxtaposition of the 1950's segregated supernatural setting, it's unlike any Jim Crow era depiction made. This series transports you into another world with terror, monsters, race wars, magic, and mystery. Each episode gets crazier and you find you have more questions as the series goes on, but you can't stop. It's the perfect spooky night binge.

    Watch it on Binge.

    7. Big Little Lies

    Three women drinking coffee in front of a cafe.

    What it's about: The drama series is set in an affluent seaside town, and follows the lives of a seemingly perfect group of five wealthy women. However, things are not always as they seem as things begin to unravel around them with secrets, lies, betrayal, unknown connections and murder.

    Why it's Binge worthy: Big Little Lies boasts a noteworthy cast of strong women led by Reese Witherspoon. If you love true crime, or murder mystery then this show is for you, as the five women find themselves embroiled in the centre of a murder investigation.

    Watch it on Binge.

    8. Pose

    A group of people standing together in what is presumably a club.

    What it's about: Set in 1980's New York, the series follows African-American and Latino LGBTQ+ and gender-nonconforming ballroom culture scene. The series' characters are ambitious dancers, models and singers, who compete for recognition in the underground community culture to win trophies while supporting each other in a "network of chosen families known as Houses".

    Why it's Binge worthy: This show is SO good. Pose tackles a number of important issues like discrimination, the AIDS epidemic, the struggles of the underground scene for the LGBTQ+ community in the '80s and so much more. But at its core, the show is about heart and friendships that are more like family.

    Watch it on Binge.

    9. Say Yes to the Dress

    A woman trying on a wedding dress in front of family and friends in a bridal shop.

    What it's about: This reality TV series follows sales associates, and fitters at several well known Kleinfeld bridal stores across New York to assist excited brides-to-be to find their perfect wedding dress while on lookers and family help them make the monumental decision to Say Yes to the Dress.

    Why it's Binge worthy: This show is so lighthearted and fun to watch. You can flick it on in the daytime for a light and easy viewing experience that's just heartwarming and wholesome. Before you know it, you've watched ten in a row and know the entire Kleinfeld staff's names by heart, your BFFs with Randy and you know which silhouette works best for each body type.

    Watch it on Binge.

    10. Game of Thrones

    A man and woman standing in a snowy field with snow topped trees in the background.

    What it's about: Based on a series of fantasy novels, set in a fictional medieval time period, Game of Thrones is the story of nine noble families who wage war on each other to win power and claim the "Iron Throne", the equivalent to ruling their kingdom of Westeros. But that's not all, there is also an army of the undead rising and threatening the existence of all life.

    Why it's Binge worthy: Let's be real, everyone has heard of Game of Thrones, it's a freaking pop culture phenomenon spanning 10 years! But don't worry if you haven't seen it ("You know nothing, Jon Snow"), I won't shame you, because Binge has every episode streaming and this one is definitely one you'll want to be a part of.

    Watch it on Binge.

    11. Songland

    The Jonas Brothers sitting on a couch, looking like they're giving someone advice.

    What it's about: This fresh take on a singing competition reality show follows undiscovered songwriters as they pitch their original songs to guest recording artists alongside a panel of music producers in the hopes that the guest celebrity recording artists choose their song to record. Once the songwriter is chosen, they collaborate to create a perfect union and tailor the song to fit the artist, who will then record it for a worldwide release.

    Why it's Binge worthy: This show is so cool, not only are you watching undiscovered songwriters get their big break in front of artists praising their work, but you're watching dreams come true. The show has already had some great recording artists like John Legend and The Jonas Brothers to name a few. Plus it's amazing to watch the artists in production mode, actually tweaking and recording the song for all of us to buy or stream!

    Watch it on Binge.

    12. Zoo Quest

    A young David Attenborough holding an armadillo as he addresses the camera.
    BBC One

    What it's about: The multi-part nature documentary series offers a behind-the-scenes look at the stories from David Attenborough and his cameraman Charles Lagus during their travels to West Africa and Guiana from 1954 and 1963.

    Why it's Binge worthy: It's easy to enjoy vintage Attenborough, he sweeps you back to a time when not going to lie, young David could slide into my DMs and I'd welcome him and that armadillo. I mean...look at that dreamy young man — I'm ready for him to educate me.

    Watch it on Binge.

    13. The Americans

    A man and woman on a road looking distressed as they stare ahead.

    What it's about: This sexy Cold War spy series follows a married Russian couple disguised as Americans while they live in Washington DC and collect information on the American government.

    Why it's Binge worthy: It's an exciting look into Russian spy life and how they could infiltrate the American government. Most episodes end with a twist or a cliff hanger where you can't take your eyes away from your screen. It's too hard to wait for the next episode so you'll have to pull an all-nighter for this great series just to see what will happen next!

    Watch it on Binge.

    14. The Office

    A group of individuals in an office standing around.

    What it's about: In probably one of the greatest mockumentary sitcoms of all time, The Office depicts the mundane work lives of office employees of the fictional Dunder Mifflin Paper Company. The motley group go through hilarious misadventures at the Scranton, Pennsylvania

    Why it's Binge worthy: The memes alone should give you enough reason to binge The Office time and time again. It's one of those series' that never gets old and has you belly laughing as hard as the first time you watched it.

    Watch it on Binge.

    15. Westworld

    A man in a cowboy hat sitting at a table with a woman in old timey clothing standing behind him.

    What it's about: This dystopian series offers us a glimpse into a fictional futuristic Western-themed amusement park called Westworld. Visitors in the park can indulge in their wildest fantasies within the park interacting with android "hosts", but that all goes awry when the hosts take control.

    Why it's Binge worthy: Westworld is a little bit like a futuristic take on Jurassic Park, where when you mess with creating amusement parks to indulge people in their wild fantasies, all hell breaks loose. This drama has it all, with sex, robots, and classic Western-themes backdrops and shoot ups.

    Watch it on Binge.

    16. Betty

    Four skaters who happen to be women standing on a street having a conversation.

    What it's about: Betty is a teen comedy that follows a group of young women who form a tight-knit bond while navigating the predominantly male-dominated world of skateboarding in New York City.

    Why it's Binge worthy: We love to see a male-dominated sport challenged by strong women who aren't afraid to stand their ground and speak up! The cast is made up of real-life NYC skate collective women who take you through their day to day lives with humour. Get a unique look inside the skating subculture and immerse yourself into their world.

    Watch it on Binge.

    17. Stargirl

    A girl looking incredibly impressed by her superpowers as she creates a rod of energy in her hands.
    The CW

    What it's about: DC's Stargirl is a superhero series based on the DC Comics superhero Courtney Whitmore. She's is a high school student who inspires an unlikely group of young heroes to fight the bad guys.

    Why it's Binge worthy: Who doesn't love kick-ass female empowerment in the form of a Stargirl! This series is sure to give you some major complex character growth, and witty teen commentary with all the superhero vibes.

    Watch it on Binge.

    18. Dave

    Lil Dicky standing in front of a group of people, shooting a video.

    What it's about: Dave, better known by his stage name Lil Dicky, believes he's destined to be one of the greatest rappers of all time. This comedy series follows Dave as he tries to convince his friends, family and the rest of the world.

    Why it's Binge worthy: This show is stupidly hilarious, the dude's rap name is Lil Dicky, if that doesn't already make you chuckle then I don't know what to tell you. There's also a ridiculous amount of celebrity cameos, like Justin Bieber, Macklemore, and Kourtney Kardashian.

    Watch it on Binge.

    19. And finally, Below Deck.

    A handful of cruise staff standing with a captain on a ship.

    What it's about: This series profiles a hot young (mostly) single crew that work together abroad on a luxurious yacht for the summer. There's romance, drama, money, and demanding clients', who have some outrageous demands that the crew need to ensure are met with a smile and a moist towelette for their end of season tip (I'm talking in the thousands).

    Why it's Binge worthy: Below Deck is full of juicy drama, beautiful people, on a luxury yacht with gorgeous scenery. It's the perfect summertime binge with a glass of vino and a few mates to laugh at the drama and kick back and wish you were sailing the seas.

    Watch it on Binge.

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