TV and Movies·Posted on Mar 18, 2020Here Are 27 Underrated TV Shows That Are Worth Binge-Watching From Start To FinishFrom Anne With an E to Wynonna Earp and everything in between.by Nora DominickBuzzFeed StaffLinkFacebookPinterestTwitterMail 1. Sweet/Vicious MTV Sweet/Vicious follows Jules and Ophelia, two college students who secretly work as vigilantes and apprehend sexual assault assailants. The series only lasted 10 episodes, but it told such important stories about sexual assault survivors.Created by: Jennifer Kaytin RobinsonWhere to binge-watch: You can buy the series on iTunes or Amazon Prime, and I swear it won't disappoint. 2. Derry Girls Netflix The series is about a group of 16-year-olds and their families as they navigate life in Northern Ireland during the 1990s. Derry Girls is absolutely hilarious and it's thanks to the witty humor and powerhouse ensemble cast.Created by: Lisa McGeeWhere to binge-watch: Netflix 3. Queen Sugar OWN Queen Sugar follows the lives of three siblings: Nova, a journalist and activist; Charley, a working mother; and Ralph, a single parent struggling with unemployment. After the sudden death of their father, the family inherits an 800-acre sugarcane farm in Louisiana. The series is able to tackle topics such as class and gender, while also highlighting specific African-American issues.Created by: Ava DuVernayWhere to binge-watch: Hulu 4. Sex Education Netflix Sex Education tells the story of Otis, the son of a sex therapist, who teams up with Maeve and his BFF, Eric, to open a sex therapy clinic at their high school. The series brilliantly blends together comedy and drama as it tells important stories about sexuality. Created by: Laurie NunnWhere to binge-watch: Netflix 5. Good Girls NBC Good Girls hilariously follows three suburban moms and best friends whose lives begin to spiral out of control after they rob a grocery store for some extra cash. While the series began with a simple robbery, it has evolved into a complex story about the lengths these women will go to in order to protect their families. Created by: Jenna BansWhere to binge-watch: Netflix 6. Atypical Saeed Adyani / Netflix Atypical tells the story of Sam, a young man who is on the autism spectrum. Throughout the series, Sam searches for love and independence with the help of his friends and family. The series also explores LGBTQ stories, divorce, and other topics, all while continuing to be a perfect blend of comedy and drama.Created by: Robia RashidWhere to binge-watch: Netflix 7. Crashing Channel 4 Crashing tells the story of six friends in their twenties who live together as property guardians in a disused hospital while they keep an eye on the building and pay cheaper rent. The series only lasted six episodes, but it's another example of Phoebe Waller-Bridge's incredible humor and writing.Created by: Phoebe Waller-BridgeWhere to binge-watch: Netflix 8. One Day at a Time Netflix / Pop One Day at a Time follows the Alvarez family as they deal with everyday issues together. The show brilliantly dives into conversations about mental illness, immigration, racism, and LGBTQ issues by including every generation of the Alvarez family. Created by: Gloria Calderón Kellett and Mike RoyceWhere to binge-watch: Netflix 9. Wynonna Earp SYFY Based on the comic books by Beau Smith, Wynonna Earp follows Wyatt Earp's great-great-granddaughter as she is forced to rid her hometown of revenants, the resurrected souls of the criminals Wyatt killed years ago. This sci-fi series tackles some important subjects, such as mental heath, LGBTQ issues, and simply what it's like to be a woman.Created by: Emily AndrasWhere to binge-watch: Netflix 10. Dickinson AppleTV+ Dickinson follows Emily Dickinson as an aspiring writer. Throughout the series, Emily not only shares some of her early poetry, but learns how to deal with the constraints placed upon her because she's a woman. While the series is a period piece, it beautifully incorporates modern music and editing style to make it even more relevant for a current audience. Created by: Alena SmithWhere to binge-watch: AppleTV+ 11. High Fidelity Hulu Based on Nick Hornby's 1995 novel and the 2000 film, High Fidelity follows Rob, a record store owner in Brooklyn who ends up revisiting past relationships through music while trying to get over her one true love. The new series puts a spin on the iconic story by gender-swapping the role of Rob. Honestly, if you didn't absolutely love Zoë Kravitz before this, you will after.Created by: Veronica West and Sarah KucserkaWhere to binge-watch: Hulu 12. Workin' Moms Netflix Workin' Moms follows a group of working mothers and BFFs who attempt to balance their jobs, family life, and love life, while simultaneously trying to be good parents. This hilarious comedy puts a refreshing spin on what it's like to be a mother today.Created by: Catherine ReitmanWhere to binge-watch: Netflix 13. Roswell, New Mexico The CW A retelling of both the book and '00s TV series, Roswell, New Mexico follows Liz Ortecho, who has recently returned to her hometown of Roswell, New Mexico, only to discover her high school crush is actually an alien. The series is a perfect throwback to iconic teen TV series from the WB years, and you will instantly fall in love with these complex characters and the show's soundtrack.Created by: Carina Adly MacKenzieWhere to binge-watch: Netflix 14. Gentleman Jack HBO Based on the coded diaries of Anne Lister, Gentleman Jack tells the story of Anne Lister, a lesbian trailblazer who returns to Halifax, England, in an attempt to maintain her family's home, Shibden Hall. The series has one of the best love stories on TV right now between Anne and Ann, which is just one of the reasons it's a must-watch show.Created by: Sally WainwrightWhere to binge-watch: HBO 15. Anne with an E Ken Woroner / Netflix Based on the 1908 novel Anne of Green Gables, the series tells the story of Anne, a young orphan girl living in the late 19th century. Anne with an E brings this story to the modern era by being unafraid to deal with some more serious topics. The series expanded upon the beloved novel in the best ways possible.Created by: Moira Walley-BeckettWhere to binge-watch: Netflix 16. Dead to Me Netflix Dead to Me follows the unlikely friendship of Jen and Judy, who meet while attending a grief support group. The series is incredibly funny and puts a complicated friendship between two middle-aged women at the center, which is incredibly rare for TV. Created by: Liz FeldmanWhere to binge-watch: Netflix 17. Lost Girl SYFY Lost Girl follows Bo, a succubus who learns to control her supernatural abilities in order to help those in need and to discover the truth about herself. The series perfectly told several LGBTQ stories all while remaining a flawless sci-fi series.Created by: Michelle LovrettaWhere to binge-watch: Netflix 18. This Way Up Hulu The series follows Áine, a young woman who recently suffered a nervous breakdown. After leaving a rehab center, Áine adjusts to life again with the help of her older sister, Shona. This Way Up is equal parts humor and heart as it dives into mental health and the importance of female friendships and sisterhood.Created by: Aisling BeaWhere to binge-watch: Hulu 19. Good Girls Revolt Amazon Prime Good Girls Revolt tells the story of a group of young female researchers at a magazine in 1969. The series perfectly depicted what it was like being a woman in a newsroom and the struggle to prove you're worth more than your low-level job. While Good Girls Revolt only lasted one season, it was incredibly relevant, especially since it premiered only a few months before the #MeToo movement began.Created by: Dana CalvoWhere to binge-watch: Amazon Prime 20. Thirteen BBC / Amazon Prime Starring a pre-Killing Eve Jodie Comer, Thirteen tells the story of Ivy, a young girl who escapes captivity after 13 years. The series showcases an intriguing mystery surrounding the events that led to Ivy's escape, as well as what her return means for her friends and family.Created by: Marnie DickensWhere to binge-watch: Amazon Prime 21. Shrill Hulu Shrill follows Annie, a writer who wants to change her life without having to change her body. The series beautifully deals with accepting your body no matter what the world may think.Created by: Aidy Bryant, Alexandra Rushfield, and Lindy WestWhere to binge-watch: Hulu 22. Pen15 Hulu Pen15 follows two middle schoolers as they deal with all of the awkwardness that comes with being in seventh grade. What's hilarious about the show is that Maya and Anna are played by two adult actors. The funny and genuine female friendship at the center of the series is absolutely perfect.Created by: Maya Erskine, Anna Konkle, and Sam ZviblemanWhere to binge-watch: Hulu 23. Don't Trust The B---- In Apartment 23 ABC The series hilariously follows Chloe, a party girl who usually drives away roommates until she ends with June, a small-town girl who she ends up forming an unlikely relationship with. This beloved series never had a real chance to explore its full potential before being canceled, but it's still amazing to rewatch again and again.Created by: Nahnatchka KhanWhere to binge-watch: Hulu 24. Crazy Ex-Girlfriend The CW Crazy Ex-Girlfriend follows Rebecca, a lawyer who suddenly moves from New York City to West Covina, California to pursue Josh, an old crush. Coupled with catchy original songs, the series brilliantly explored mental health and female sexuality.Created by: Rachel Bloom and Aline Brosh McKennaWhere to binge-watch: Netflix 25. Dollface Hulu Dollface tells the story of Jules, who was recently dumped by her longtime boyfriend. After her sudden breakup, Jules must deal with re-entering "the world of women" and reconnecting with the female friends she lost touch with. The series has an absolutely amazing cast that only elevates this quirky comedy to new heights.Created by: Jordan WeissWhere to binge-watch: Hulu 26. Harlots Hulu Harlots focuses on Margaret Wells, a woman who runs a brothel in 18th century London. The series shows Margaret's struggle to secure a better future for her daughters. The series is filled with amazingly strong female characters and eloquently details the ups and downs they face. Created by: Alison Newman and Moira BuffiniWhere to binge-watch: Hulu 27. And finally, GLOW Netflix GLOW follows a group of women in the 1980s who are cast as the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling in a TV series and eventual stage show. While the series focuses a lot on wrestling, it does an incredible job of exploring each of the characters as complex and three-dimensional women. Created by: Liz Flahive and Carly MenschWhere to binge-watch: Netflix Do you have another TV show you love that was created by a woman? Tell us in the comments below!