Buzz·Posted on May 21, 201533 Of The Best TV Shows To Binge-WatchAs told by the people at home.by Tahlia PritchardBuzzFeed Staff, Australia We recently asked members of BuzzFeed Community to fill us in on their favourite TV shows to binge-watch. Warning: after reading these, you may feel the need to clear your weekend schedule and catch up on some great TV. 1. Breaking Bad AMC Number of seasons: Five What it's about: Breaking Bad tells the story of high-school Chemistry teacher Walter White, who's diagnosed with lung cancer. After finding out it's inoperable, Walter starts producing and selling crystal meth in order to secure his family's financial future. Suggested by Ashley Hoover, Facebook. 2. Friends NBC Number of seasons: TenWhat it's about: Just in case you've been living under a rock, the sitcom is about a circle of friends living in Manhattan and the trials, triumphs and ultimate journey of their lives through their mid-twenties and thirties. Suggested by Jera Gamal, Facebook. 3. Mad Men AMC Number of seasons: Seven What it's about: Primarily set in the 1960s, Mad Men initially focuses on the Sterling Cooper advertising agency in New York City and the personal and professional lives of those working within the agency. It focuses mainly on Don Draper, creative director and junior partner of the agency. Suggested by sarahharty. 4. Grey's Anatomy ABC / Via greysanatomy.wikia.com Number of seasons: 11 and counting. What it's about: The show follows protagonist Meredith Grey and her fellow surgical interns through their journey at Seattle Grace hospital. There's a lot of love triangles, tears, fights, break-ups and make-ups to keep the drama flowing. Suggested by maureenl4984e1804. 5. Gossip Girl CW Number of seasons: Six What it's about: Based on the popular book series, Gossip Girl is about the "scandalous lives of New York's elite..." or rather, a bunch of rich, high-school students residing in the Upper East.Suggested by legendary1000awesome 6. Skins (UK) E4 Number of seasons: SevenWhat it's about: A British teen drama with juicy and controversial storylines, Skins follows different generations of teens finishing school and dealing with friendships, relationships, drugs, sex, mental illness, dysfunctional families and death. Suggested by summermashton. 7. Law and Order: Special Victims Unit NBC Number of seasons: 16 and counting.What it's about: An American police crime and legal drama set in New York City, Law and Order: SVU follows the New York officers investigating sexually based offences. Suggested by Katie Pardiac, Facebook. 8. Entourage HBO Number of seasons: EightWhat it's about: The series chronicles the acting career of Vincent Chase and his close friends, as they navigate the land of Hollywood and climb the celebrity ladder. Watch it before the movie comes out!Suggested by emmaw4fc539148. 9. Buffy The Vampire Slayer 20th Television Number of seasons: SevenWhat it's about: Starring Sarah Michelle Gellar, the show revolves around Buffy Summers and her group of friends as they slay vampires and other demons. Suggested by Michele Schreiber, Facebook. 10. Freaks and Geeks DreamWorks Television Number of seasons: OneWhat it's about: Set in the 1980s, the show follows a group of high school students facing various social struggles. Though only filmed for one season, the show has an incredible cult following. Suggested by marleer. 11. Doctor Who BBC Number of seasons: 26 (1963 - 1989), Eight (2005 - present) What it's about: A British science-fiction show, Doctor Who depicts the adventure of "the Doctor" a time-travelling humanoid alien, who explores the universe in his TARDIS. A British cult favourite, the show relaunched again in 2005. Suggested by Samantha Frei, Facebook. 12. Catfish MTV Number of seasons: Four What it's about: Catfish is an American reality docu-series, based on the truths and lies about online dating. Each episode is an investigation into whether or not a participant in a virtual relationship is really who they say they are, or if in fact, they are a "catfish."Suggested by jessiej2989. 13. Cheers NBC Number of seasons: 11 What it's about: An oldie but a goodie, the show is set in a bar named "Cheers", where a group of locals meet to socialise.Suggested by Maria Sommer, Facebook. 14. Parks and Recreation NBC Number of seasons: SevenWhat it's about: Starring Amy Poehler, Parks and Recreation is a sitcom following Leslie Knope, a mid-level bureaucrat tirelessly trying to make her hometown a little more lively. Suggested by believeale. 15. Dexter Showtime Number of seasons: EightWhat it's about: Set in Miami, the series follows Dexter Morgan, a blood pattern analyst who leads a secret life as a serial killer - hunting down heinous criminals who have not yet suffered consequences for their actions. Suggested by brissybecketta. 16. Lost ABC Number of seasons: Six What it's about: After a plane crashes on a mysterious island, the survivors are left to fend for themselves as they try to survive and attract rescue. Throw in an nknown monster, prior island occupants and other worldy inhabitants and you've got a dramatic TV show on your hands. Suggested by Georgia Grace, Facebook. 17. One Tree Hill CW Number of seasons: Nine What it's about: The series starts with two half-brothers Lucas and Nathan Scott who start out as rivals. It progresses to follow the lives of the teens in Tree Hill, their heartbreaks, triumphs and trials as they navigate their way into adulthood. Suggested by Kyla Liptack, Facebook. 18. Supernatural CW Number of seasons: 10 and counting.What it's about: Two brothers come together to hunt demons, ghosts, monsters, and other supernatural beings in the world. Suggested by ellaje. 19. Pretty Little Liars ABC Number of seasons: Five and counting. What it's about: After the disappearance of their friend Alison, four girls are harassed by a mysterious person, going by the name of "A", who threatens to expose their deepest secrets. Suggested by Jessie Wettenhall, Facebook. 20. The Walking Dead AMC Number of seasons: Five and counting. What it's about: A new, apocalyptic world is being overrun by flesh-eating zombies. So if you love zombies, this is your show. Suggested by stefination. 21. Criminal Minds CBS Number of seasons: 11 and counting. What it's about: The series follows a team of FBI profilers. Working as part of the Behavioral Analysis Unit, the team puts together a profile of the criminal in order to solve the crime. Suggested by autumnh4971f0d7f. 22. The Fosters ABC Family Number of seasons: Two and counting. What it's about: The series follows the lives of an interracial lesbian couple, who are raising are blended family of biological, adopted and foster children. Jennifer Lopez is the executive producer of the show. Suggested by judea. 23. Friday Night Lights NBC Number of seasons: FiveWhat it's about: The show is a drama series about a highschool football team in Texas. Using a fictional small town setting, it addresses many issues facing teen culture including family values and struggles, racism, drugs, lack of economic options and abortion. Suggested by graceh492eab91c. 24. Whose Line Is It Anyway? ABC Number of seasons: 11 What it's about: An improvisational comedy show, the original series was hosted by Drew Carey. The show consists of a panel of four performers who play short-form improvisation games including creating characters, scenes and songs on the spot. Suggested by Andrew Brown, Facebook. 25. Orange is the New Black Netflix Number of seasons: Three and counting. What it's about: The series revolves around Piper Chapman, a woman sentenced to 15 months in prison for transporting a suitcase full of drug money to her former girlfriend Alex. The offense occurred ten years prior to the start of the series, so her sudden arrest shocks her law-abiding family and fiancé. Suggested by VelvetVolcano, Facebook. 26. Game of Thrones HBO / Via gameofthrones.wikia.com Number of seasons: Five and counting. What it's about: Game of Thrones is an adaption of A Song of Ice and Fire, Geore R. R. Martin's series of fantasy novels. The series is originally set on fictional continents at the end of a decade-long summer and follows a civil war among several houses for the Iron Throne of the Seven Kingdoms. Sound confusing? Just start watching it. You'll be hooked. Suggested by Jenn_T. 27. Orphan Black BBC America Number of seasons: Three and counting. What it's about: A Canadian science fiction series, Orphan Black stars Tatiana Maslany playing several identical characters who are in fact clones. The series starts with Sarah Manning assuming the identity of one of her clones Elizabeth Childs, after witnessing her suicide. Originally thinking she was a long-lost twin to Elizabeth, Sarah soon realises there's a lot more going on. Suggested by Madison Nowlin, Facebook. 28. Hannibal NBC Number of seasons: Two and counting. (Season three premiere, June 4). What it's about: A psychological-thriller, the series is based on the character appearing in the novel Red Dragon. It focuses on the relationship of FBI special investigator Will Graham and Dr. Hannibal Lecter a psychiatrist destined to become Will's enemy. Suggested by Ali B 29. House of Cards Netflix Number of seasons: Three and counting. What it's about: House of Cards revolves around Democrat Frank Underwood who initiates an elaborate plan to get himself into a position of greater power in Washington D.C. The series deals with themes of ruthlessness, manipulation and power. Suggested by marisab13. 30. Gilmore Girls CW Number of seasons: Seven What it's about: The show follows single mother Lorelai Gilmore and her teen daughter Rory, as they live their lives in the fictional town of Stars Hollow. The show covers their story from Lorelai as a pregnant teen runaway, the tempestuous relationship she has with her parents and her close bond with Rory, who holds a strong ambition to make it to an Ivy League college. Suggested by Christina Martin, Facebook. 31. The Office NBC Number of seasons: NineWhat it's about: The mockumentary depicts the everyday lives of office employees and is an adaption of the BBC series of the same name. It stars Steve Carell, John Krasinski and B.J. Novak among others. Suggested by tinac47bdc0bc0. 32. Avatar: The Last Airbender Nickelodeon Number of seasons: Three What it's about: Set in an Asiatic-like world, the show explores people who are able to manipulate the classical elements by use of psychokinetic variants of Chinese martial arts. The series predominantly focuses on 12-year-old Aang and his friends who must bring peace to the world. Suggested by Kaycee Cronk, Facebook. 33. The West Wing NBC Number of seasons: Seven What it's about: Set in the West Wing of the White House, the episodes follow President Bartlet and his staff through different political issues as well as the personal problems that can surround their professional lives. Suggested by ashleyb41a466e05. 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