12 TV Shows Worth Binge Watching This Season

It’s finally fall! You know what that means – obviously we’re all about PSL everything, but more importantly it’s prime time TV watching season. That’s right, all your favorites are back (with the exception of Scandal until Winter 2017) with new seasons, like Empire, HTGAWM, and American Horror Story, as well as a few newbies that have created major hype, like The Night Of and Queen Sugar.

We’ve rounded up a few of the shows we’re completely addicted to rn for a cohesive guide on what you should be tuning into. Read on for the full scoop on what to binge watch ASAP — any weekend plans that don’t involve a television may have to be cancelled.

1. The Night Of

To say this show is addicting would be the understatement of the century. Once you watch the first episode, you’ll immediately be pulled in. The Night Of is an eight-part limited series that delves into the intricate story of a fictitious murder case in New York City, and is guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your seat. Total “white knuckle” moments ahead.


2. Atlanta

Donald Glover (aka Childish Gambino) is flexing his talent muscles once again with his fresh series, Atlanta, which he directs and stars in. Centered around two cousins trying to work the music scene in Atlanta for the betterment of their families. Plus, the soundtrack is totally bomb.

(Tuesday, 10PM, FX)

3. Grey’s Anatomy

Grey’s Anatomy is an oldie but goodie, and we’re still obsessed with the ongoings at Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital. The show is now on it’s 13th (!) season, and even though we’re upset by the passing of Derek Shepherd, the complex lives of these doctors leaves us wanting more after every episode.

(Thursday, 8PM, ABC)

4. Westworld

We first fell in love with Rachel Evan Wood in the movie Thirteen, and then again in Across the Universe – total girl crush. Now, she’s gracing our screens yet again in Westworld, a show that intersects the future and the reimagined past, and explores a world in which anything is possible. Did we mention the series also stars Anthony Hopkins, James Marsden, Ed Harris, and Thandie Newton? Count us in.

(Sunday, 9PM, HBO)

5. Insecure

If you love the web series, Awkward Black Girl, created by and starring Issa Rae, Insecure should be right up your alley. The show follows two 20-something year old women who are trying to navigate the sometimes crazy world of L.A. in both their professional and personal lives.

(Sunday, 10:30PM, HBO)

6. Quantico

Our favorite heroine, Priyanka Chopra, is back in Quantico’s second season, and she’s still kicking ass and taking names. Quantico gives us undercover, secret spy vibes, with a dash of romance that we’re definitely hooked on.

(Sunday, 10PM, ABC)

7. Queen Sugar

Brand new from Selma director, Ava DuVernay, Queen Sugar chronicles the complex lives of three estranged siblings. After a family tragedy, the siblings must reunite to run a struggling sugarcane farm in Louisiana. Prepare yourself for all the drams.

(Wednesday, 10PM, OWN)

8. American Horror Story: Roanoke

All the creepy feels we love are back with American Horror Story, including appearances by celebs like Cuba Gooding, Jr., and Angela Bassett. If you can’t wait until the end of the month for Halloween, you may want to tune in ASAP.

(Wednesday, 10PM, FX)

9. Empire

It’s safe to say that we’re all about the Cookie at this point, but if you haven’t delved into the depths of deception brought to you by the Lyon Family dynasty, this season is definitely one to watch.

(Wednesday, 9PM, FOX)

10. How to Get Away With Murder

Our favorite lawyer and her law school squad are back with another season of secrets, lies, and mischief in the third season of this completely addictive series.

(Thursday, 10PM, ABC)

11. Stranger Things

Similar to AHS in the made-for-tv horror genre, Stranger Things centers around a small town that uncovers a mystery involving the supernatural & secret experiments. We get chills just by watching the preview.


12. The Get Down

Set in the 70’s and directed by Baz Luhrmann (director of The Great Gatsby), The Get Down is a funky exploration of the beginning of the hip-hop movement in the South Bronx. We cannot wait until the release of Part 2 – binge watching will definitely ensue.


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