TV shows all completed on Netflix? Can’t find anything new on Amazon Prime or are you already Disney’ed out thanks to Disney+? Well, you’ve come to the right place. We have rounded up the list of the best, and literally ONLY the best TV shows of all time from across all the streaming platforms, spanning multiple decades.
Want to have a good ol’ lighthearted binge-watch? Then why not check out The Big Bang Theory, starring Kaley Cuoco, or if you’re wanting something a bit more dark and dramatic, Ozark and The Morning Show have ruled the Emmys circuit in recent years – and will not let you down. You could actually, finally complete some classic TV shows like the 1960s drama Mad Men which introduced us to the talents of Elisabeth Moss and former GLAMOUR UK cover star Kiernan Shipka. Orrrr, you might want to get ahead of the game (pun intended) and check out the football sitcom Ted Lasso, which will surely be a dubbed classic in the future.
We do recommend heading over to Now TV, which has a whole host of classic shows, from crime cult classic The Sopranos to The Affair, a heart-wrenching, perfectly-written series superbly acted by Dominic West and Ruth Wilson.
But one you definitely shouldn’t miss is The End Of The F*ing World, the second series of which is about to air on Netflix! It’s about two 17-year-olds who go on a road trip together. Sound normal? Well, one of them is pretty sure he’s a psychopath; the other is angsty as they come and is searching for her real father. If you missed the first season, now is the perfect time to catch up before the second drops.
We are also all looking for a bit of escapism right now, so a heavy helping of comedy could be just the remedy, and Amazon Prime’s The Marvellous Mrs. Maisel serves that up in spades. From the creator of the iconic Gilmore Girls, the show follows Golden Globe winner Rachel Brosnahan’s character, Midge, who, despite seemingly having everything a 1950s housewife could need, secretly desires a stand-up comedy career.
Comedy doesn’t really come any better than Schitt’s Creek, and all six, including the final series of the show, are on Netflix right now. The comedic show follows a family who suddenly lose all their money, and the last remaining asset they own is a small town aptly called Schitt’s Creek, where they are forced to move to with hilarious consequences. It’s worth watching for the one-liners of Catherine O’Hara’s Moira Rose alone. And yes, she is the mother from Home Alone. Mind. Blown.
Looking for something with a little more grit? Well, Amazon Prime has come to your rescue again with the addictive AF Hunters, which stars Al Pacino. The show follows a selection of Nazi hunters who discover several high-ranking Nazi officials living in 1970s New York and conspiring to create a Fourth Reich. The hunters have other ideas and what ensues is nothing short of binge-worthy TV.