TV and Movies·Updated on Apr 16, 2020. Posted on Apr 15, 202037 Shows You Can Watch Right Now In Their EntiretyYou finally have time to watch that show your friend hasn't shut up about.by Shyla WatsonBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink We asked the BuzzFeed Community to share their favorite shows that have ended. Here are the best ones and where to stream them: 1. The League FX It's packed full of humor, sarcasm, and cameos. I’ve rewatched it about as much as I’ve rewatched The Office. It never gets old. —kcopus_14Seasons: 7Watch it on: Hulu 2. Sons of Anarchy FX It's one of the greatest, most underrated shows that aired. I've got the DVD boxset and binge-watch it online. The soundtrack is also incredible. —howlingcommando4Seasons: 7 Watch it on: Hulu 3. The Golden Girls Courtesy Everett Collection / NBC It was way before its time, in my opinion, with some of the humor and concepts. —esabolcik80Seasons: 7Watch it on: Hulu 4. The Middle ABC The Middle was so good. It didn't deserve to get cancelled. It was so relatable and focused on the issues surrounding lower, middle class people and their struggles. I still watch it all the time. —vinaykajuSeasons: 9Watch it on: Amazon Prime 5. House 20thcentfox / Â©20thCentFox/Courtesy Everett Collection There were Interesting and complex characters, sarcasm, interesting medical cases, and just a great overall storyline. —jlengeSeasons: 8Watch it on: Amazon Prime 6. Merlin BBC They set it up so well, but ended it too soon. —9797booSeasons: 5Watch it on: Netflix 7. Scrubs NBC From the first episode, you’re absolutely hooked. It’s hilarious, heartbreaking, and the character development is some of the best I’ve ever seen. Dr. Cox is probably the best television character ever. Just watch it, you won’t regret it. —jaredm48d11f91bSeasons: 9Watch it on: Hulu 8. Mr. Robot Usa Network / Elizabeth Fisher/USA Network Oh my god, this show was so amazing. It had so many gripping plot lines, shocking plot twists, and so many complex characters. —tanyam44ab2253dSeasons: 4Watch it on: Amazon Prime 9. Community NBC I first watched it at a time when I really needed a good distraction and I've watched it so many times since. It's consistently funny, got loads of stand-out episodes (my favorite's "Remedial Chaos Theory") and while the scenarios in the show are ridiculous, the characters are so easy to relate to. —slp2206Seasons: 6Watch it on: Netflix 10. New Girl Fox I have watched the full series so many times and I still laugh out loud every time I watch. —bsweezy14Seasons: 7Watch it on: Netflix 11. Lost ABC I don’t care what anybody says, Lost was the most well-written show on prime-time television in the early aughts. It had drama, mystery, romance, adventure, sci-fi, comedy...I have not found a show that can hold a candle to this masterpiece. —lieslannasSeasons: 6Watch it on: Hulu 12. Firefly Fox Fox's biggest mistake of all time was cancelling that masterpiece of a show after one season. All the characters were left out on a limb, and even though they gave it a movie ending, it never felt complete. —ajblondie3ajSeasons: 1Watch it on: Hulu 13. Living Single Warner Bros / Â©Warner Bros/Courtesy Everett Collection Living Single, bro! That show was so good, and it still holds up no matter how much the world changes or how often I rewatch it. —paintsplatter35Seasons: 5Watch it on: Hulu 14. Star Trek: The Next Generation CBS I was late to the party when introduced to Captain Jean Luc Picard and the Enterprise crew, but rest assured, it was love at first sight. In a world that is focused on trying to push the envelope in shock value, TNG is an entertaining gem that has provided the kind of familiarity one gets when coming home after being gone for a while. I almost get a sense of nostalgia for simpler times, even though I've only started watching it these past few years. —k4435acd1bSeasons: 7Watch it on: Netflix 15. Boardwalk Empire HBO I feel like this show is grossly underrated. It's so, so good. —robinehiobaSeasons: 5Watch it on: HBO 16. Rizzoli and Isles TNT It had a solid run with seven seasons, but I miss the powerful and strong female friendship, and dynamic brought to life by Angie Harmon and Sasha Alexander. —amym98Seasons: 7Watch it on: Hulu 17. The IT Crowd Channel 4 It's British comedy at its finest; it's about the three employees in the I.T. department of Reynholm Industries. It's only a few seasons long, so it's easy to watch. I've watched it so many times I've lost count, and they are just as funny the 10th time as they are the first time. —mfalconeSeasons: 5Watch it on: Netflix 18. Psych Alan Zenuk / Â©USA Network It had everything you want in a great show: comedy, mystery, romance, and a dope theme song. —sc11gioiaSeasons: 8Watch it on: Amazon Prime 19. Fleabag BBC Fleabag was perfect. The comedy, the writing and the storylines, the characters, it truly didn’t need more than two seasons. It was just perfection. —annah44f2028deSeasons: 2Watch it on: Amazon Prime 20. M*A*S*H 20thcentfox / Â©20thCentFox/Courtesy Everett Collection There were so many good characters on this show. It could be really silly and funny, but also very serious. It was a perfect balance. —shariabrennanSeasons: 11Watch it on: Hulu 21. The Originals The CW It's a spin-off of The Vampire Diaries that I honestly think is better. The tone is darker and focuses more on family, rather than silly love triangles. I highly recommend it. —arianal4a7a91b3eSeasons: 5Watch it on: Netflix 22. Desperate Housewives ABC Every time I rewatch the show I feel more empathic with those women and their daily lives. —edithmolinalSeasons: 8Watch it on: Hulu 23. Anne With An E Ken Woroner / Ken Woroner/Netflix I loved the books growing up and am so glad I finally got around to watching this show. It's such a warm, feel-good show with characters who live in a town where everyone helps each other. There's still drama and, given the time period, sometimes the stakes can be very high. But, I've never seen a character on TV like Anne. — shylawatsonSeasons: 3Watch it on: Netflix 24. Friday Night Lights Nbc / Â©NBC/Courtesy Everett Collection I feel like it never truly got the recognition it deserved. Kyle Chandler and Connie Britton’s characters had one of the best and most realistic on-screen relationships. —katiec4c09c7c71Seasons: 5Watch it on: Hulu 25. Parenthood Nbc / NBCU Photo Bank / NBCUniversal via It is such an underrated, overlooked show. The family dynamic and relationships are amazing, and it’s a feel-good show, although it definitely had its more serious, even sad, moments, too. —infinity24Seasons: 6Watch it on: Hulu 26. Buffy the Vampire Slayer The WB Buffy! The! Vampire! Slayer! It's so much better than the movie, it ran for seven glorious seasons, and it inspired a spin-off! Girl power! Supernatural stuff! Funny! Endearing! Character development! Literally the best show ever. *mic drop* —ryanb4c8247c8fSeasons: 7Watch it on: Hulu 27. Bates Motel AE Bates Motel was perfect from the beginning to end. It was so entertaining and had plenty of good twists. Perfect performances from Vera Farmiga and Freddie Highmore. Definitely one of the most underrated shows in TV history. —samb42e6ddccbSeasons: 5Watch it on: Netflix 28. White Collar USA I love this show, and can watch it over and over again. Matt Bomer is fantastic in it!! —keltieleeSeasons: 6Watch it on: Hulu 29. That '70s Show Fox My favorite show off the air is totally That '70s Show. It wasn’t too much to focus on, so you could just watch it whenever. I loved all the characters and the humor was great. I highly recommend to anyone that hasn’t watched it!! —miapen1204Seasons: 8Watch it on: Netflix 30. Breaking Bad AMC Breaking Bad is, hands down, one of the best shows I've seen. It stayed consistent from start to finish. The regression of Walter White from a normal high school chemistry teacher to a self-serving, ruthless drug kingpin is one of the best character developments ever portrayed on television. I never fail to be amazed at all of the hidden symbolism and foreshadowing of the show. One of the best shows EVER. —greyskiesSeasons: 5Watch it on: Netflix 31. The West Wing Nbc / Â©NBC/Courtesy Everett Collection / Everett Collection Talk about an outstanding ensemble cast! Every time I think I have chosen a favorite character, somebody else is amazing. Regardless of your political leanings, everybody can agree that we need passionate people and thoughtful leadership in our country. Bartlet for President! —fireflyawaySeasons: 7Watch it on: Netflix 32. Full House Courtesy Everett Collection / ABC Full House may have been cheesy, but dammit I love it, and I watched it religiously as a kid. —ajl5409Seasons: 8Watch it on: Hulu 33. Chuck NBC No one seems to watch it, but it’s just a super funny action show starring Zachary Levi (from Tangled and Shazam). Chuck is an average computer geek who accidentally gets a bunch of government secrets downloaded in his brain, and then starts working for the CIA. Everyone should really check it out! —tessssmalSeasons: 5Watch it on: Amazon Prime 34. The Librarians TNT It's fun! It's quirky! It was so entertaining, as you never knew where or when, or what they would come up against. The acting was great (love John Larroquette) and the banter was quick. Very sad they couldn’t find a home for it after it was canceled. —amyr4c7cbbcb4Seasons: 4Watch it on: Hulu 35. Veep HBO It is one of the best comedy shows to ever be on TV. I feel like it’s super underrated because I hardly hear people talk about it. —bcg94Seasons: 7Watch it on: HBO 36. Sense 8 Murray Close / Netflix Such a good show that was canceled too soon. I loved how diverse the cast was and how all their stories were interwoven. Whenever someone asks for a show recommendation, it’s always my first! —heatheratSeasons: 2Watch it on: Netflix 37. And The Good Place Nbc / Colleen Hayes / NBC I know it just ended, but it was just such a feel good and funny show, with an amazing cast. Plus, that ending message was too good. —lizbethp4f5e74835Seasons: 4Watch it on: Netflix Do you have a favorite show that ended that's not on the list? Tell us in the comments! 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