Hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.
It's that time of year where TV shows are about to start their new seasons, so it's time to get some bingeing in. I'm also gonna include a few bingeworthy book series/authors, cause why not?
1. The Great British Bake-Off (or, The Great British Baking Show in the U.S.)
Netflix has four seasons and they are so, so, SO binge-able.
2. The Good Place
Although I don't agree with all the perspectives of this show, it draws you in from the first episode and keeps you watching. And that cliffhanger at the end of season one? I was absolutely reeling and had to wait for season two to hit Netflix (which it did last week).
3. The Office
I am a firm believer that sitcoms are much more binge-able than hour-long dramas, just because of the quick, humorous nature.
4. Hart of Dixie
Of course, HoD is kind of an exception to my last comment. It's soapy and fun, so the hours fly by.
5. Stranger Things
The plot keeps you wanting to watch numerous episodes in a row.
6. Lizzie Bennet Diaries
Technically a web-series, but it totally counts.
7. Green Gables Fables
Same as LBD. They really hit their stride in the second season, but the back half of the first season is excellent too.
She's written five under her own name, and six under a pen name, so there's a lot of bingeing potential here.
9. Gallagher Girls by Ally Carter
Six books that start off deliciously fun and grow a bit darker but still have a strong voice.
She has ten published YA books. TEN. And three of them came out in 2017, which is epic. Some of hers aren't as good as others, but she has such a solid set that she's worth bingeing.
What media do you think is particularly bingeworthy?