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The 5 TV Shows I’m Into Right Now

The 5 TV Shows I'm Into Right Now

Dark and stormy nights have never been more exciting thanks to fall TV. One genre that’s especially great? Scary scripted dramas. The category has finally hit its stride, with current series featuring some of the best writing and cinematography on TV in decades. Here are the five shows keeping me on the edge of my seat, even after Halloween…

5 Thrilling TV Shows

Stranger Things (2016 —). The best of early 80’s fashion, a sci-fi storyline, Eggo waffles, classic movie nods, a synth-heavy soundtrack, Winona Ryder. Winona Ryder!!! Yes, the two-season Netflix series is worthy of all of the hype (Forbes noted the new season was “pretty damn close to perfect”). The show, as you might know, follows a group of young friends in a small Indiana town who start investigating suspicious government experiments and supernatural forces. The exceptional kid actors alone are worth your precious TV-watching time.

5 Thrilling TV Shows

Fargo (2014 —). I was late to game with FX’s 113-award-winning series, and, YOU GUYS. WHAT. The dark comedy inspired by the Coen brothers’ 1996 film of the same name will have you laughing as you cover your eyes. Considered by Rolling Stone (and me) to be one of greatest TV shows of all time, the clever anthology features a whole new cast and storyline every season. (Season two with Kirsten Dunst is my personal favorite.) Creator and writer Noah Hawley consistently delivers sharp, witty dialogue and shocking twists you never see coming. You’ll be talking with that North Dakota accent before you know it, too, dontcha know.

5 Thrilling TV Shows

Search Party (2016 —). Did you see the first season of TBS’s satirical missing-person show? What started as a casual stream as I folded laundry ended with my finishing the season at 3:30 a.m., as I paced around my apartment with sweaty palms. The plot follows a group of melodramatic twentysomethings who are searching for their maybe-abducted acquaintance from college. The cast couldn’t be better, and the character subtleties will make you laugh out loud. Mark your calendars, season two premieres November 19th.

5 Thrilling TV Shows

Mindhunter (2017 —). Netflix’s new crime drama, based on a bestselling memoir by former FBI agent John Douglas, doesn’t disappoint. With a slow but satisfying build and exceptional character development, it’s no surprise the show is produced by David Fincher (of Fight Club and Gone Girl fame). The series, set in 1977, trails two FBI agents seeking to understand the motivation behind imprisoned serial killers — whose characters are modeled after real-life criminals. (Some dialogue scenes are even pulled directly from their actual prison interviews!) It’s haunting, engrossing and possibly the worst thing to watch before bed.

5 Thrilling TV Shows

Mr. Robot. (2015 —). The psychological thriller (currently in the middle of season three) continues to leave audiences second-guessing their own reality and texting their friends in all caps. Brilliant Rami Malek plays cyber genius Elliot, who faces several moral dilemmas that arise from working within the hacking world. The show turns a telling spotlight on corporate America, politics and the world we live in. The masterpiece has kept me on my toes since episode one, and it’s only getting better.

What TV shows are you watching right now? Any recommendations? We’d love to hear.

P.S. 10 gripping thrillers to read, and the BEST THING to watch if you’re feeling scared.

  1. kelly lewis says...

    For the love of Goddess, The OA on Netflix. The OA. The OA. It blew my mind. It’s impossible to describe. It sat in my queu for months and I can’t believe it took so long to try it. After you complete your binge, follow up with reddit discussion boards for analysis, clarification, etc. You’re welcome. :)

  2. Cristina Buckley says...

    The Sinner!!!

  3. Ragna Vranken says...

    We just finished watching ‘The Night Manager’. It was so good!! Love anything by John le Carré.

    Can’t wait to see ‘The Crown’ next..

    xxx
    Ragna

  4. Amber says...

    The Good Place is excellent!

  5. Sara Dill says...

    I already commented on this… but I just got hooked to an amazing show and had to share. It’s so good!! If you haven’t already, you HAVE to watch Manhunter: Unabomber! Super good, only one season to binge and on Netflix!

  6. Hannah says...

    Apologies if this is mentioned earlier in the comments, but as I was laying in bed last night thinking (as you do) – Handmaid’s Tale seemed to fit into this category. At least, the first episode. That’s all I could make it through.

    Was anyone else extremely disturbed by this show?? Because I surely was. Maybe it gets better? easier to watch??? or maybe that’s the point. I know it seems to be a fan favorite out there… but I guess as a highly sensitive person, these shows can be really hard for me to watch. The visuals are hard to get out of my mind; it just seems like such a warped world.

  7. Nancey says...

    I think after reading these comments I should be watching Fargo and Call the Midwife. I’m still undecided on the midwife one because I need murder in my shows, but definitely Fargo right?

  8. the cape on the corner says...

    so i work in a field that’s pretty depressing, and although my netflix queue is filled with tv like mindhunters, the killing, rectify, etc, etc, i have realized that i need smart but silly humor lately. i have exhausted all of unbreakable kimmie schmidt (which was so spectacularly nutty) all of master of none (which also fueled my italy wanderlust in season 2) and now i’m quickly working my way thru life in pieces ( i really dig the short story idea). where shall i turn next?!?!

    • Nancey says...

      I liked Atypical a lot, it was smartly written, very funny, warm, sarcastic.. I don’t watch a lot of smart funny shows, I’m into dark and dreary, but my BF loves Veep and Silicon Valley I think it is? I watch Curb your Enthusiasm for funny, because Larry David is the love of my life.

    • Tess says...

      Catastrophe on Amazon Prime. One night stand couple make a go of it. Very, very funny and real.

    • The cape on the corner says...

      Thanks for the recommendation. Only have Netflix but I’ll stay on the lookout for that show.
      B

  9. I finished Mindhunter and Stranger Things this weekend. Mindhunter is brilliant and creepy.

  10. We stopped midway through season 2 of Mr. Robot because, with the election, everything started to feel too real. I think I’ll try to get back into it again soon though – the acting and story are exceptional, and I love Rami!

  11. Julia says...

    LOVE Stranger things.

    Also for Netflix shows I have been hooked on Call the Midwife (who wouldn’t love a show about nurses and nuns flying into action on bicycles and delivering babies?)

    And Doc Martin, I love this show and the British seaside/country side scenery.

  12. Kate says...

    My boyfriend watched Stranger Things season 1 without me because I refused to watch it. Despite hearing it was amaaaazing, I thought it would be too scary, and also feel the opposite of nostalgia for the 80s.

    Well, we ended up watching all of Stranger Things 2 last week and I am HOOKED! Now to catch myself up on season one haha.

    • Same with me! I wouldn’t watch the first season with my boyfriend because I was afraid it would be too scary. But he finally convinced me in the spring and I’m hooked too. Such a great show.

    • CJ says...

      Same here, skipped around Season 1 but have committed to Season 2. So far so good!

  13. Lola says...

    Dark, period shows we loved are Penny Dreadful and Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norell. PD had the best acting and I loved Vanessa’s dresses!

  14. “Turn: Washington’s Spies” is a fantastic series with plenty of hunky guys set during the Revolutionary War. Jamie Bell leads the cast. Perfect period sets, a bit of romance, great villains, valid historical references and chronology. The casting of Benedict Arnold is perfect! Hamilton fans will love it. We binged on Netflix streaming.

    • Rachael says...

      LOVE Turn!!! My husband and I are only two episodes from the series finale and I’m totally dragging my feet on finishing bc I don’t want it to be over!! So good and the character development is amazing. Plus I always spend like an hour afterwards looking up stuff from each episode and figuring out how all the historical pieces fit together…I’ve learned more about the Revolutionary War watching Turn than I ever did in school. 😂

  15. Maryanne W. says...

    Can you watch Fargo on Netflix or Amazon??

    • Jessica says...

      Yeah it’s on Netflix…

  16. Sue says...

    Perfect timing, I just finished House of Cards (loved it, but the whole Kevin Spacey story kinda ruined it for me…). I think, Stranger Things is next:)

    Oh, and my all-time-favorite is Please like me on Netflix: I honestly don’t know what got me hooked, since it is some kind of a coming-of-age, coming-out story, but it is so funny and awkward and sad and just feels so honest (it’s based on the writers/comedian/actors Josh Thomas’ life, and he plays himself)… It kind of reminds of my years in university, living with my roommates and the awkwardness of the early 20s:)

  17. Lisa says...

    Ozark. Jason Bateman is good in anything! The Handmades Tale. Vikings and I’ve just binge watched Game of Thrones. Phew! New Will and Grace and Good Behaviour.

  18. Bridget says...

    Second Chance on Netflix! French suspense/mystery drama! SO good you don’t even realize it’s all subtitles. Plus the subtitles make you drop everything and completely focus on the show!!

  19. Kelly Hartman says...

    I love story and character driven series (loved Parenthood, This is Us, Big Little Lies, Transparent) and have so many on my list to watch it is hard to choose! but sometimes i drop in on Black-ish when I’m between series or don’t want to get sucked into binge watching something. It cracks me up every time.

    And bonus, it offers gentle beginner-level insight into racially charged topics with humor. This white mama of brown girls sometimes wishes I could assign it to many of our friends and family who’ve never thought too deeply about race other than to say things like, ‘We don’t see color!’

  20. Katherine says...

    I haven’t read through the gold mine of comments yet, so apologies if others have recommended this already, but Schitt’s Creek on Netflix is the best thing ever. Catherine O’Hara and Eugene Levy team up this time with Levy’s son, Daniel, who I want to know and be BFFs with IRL. If you’re a fan of Christopher Guest movies (A Mighty Wind, Best in Show, Waiting for Guffman, etc.) then you MUST check this out. It’s quickly become one of my favorite shows; so many hilarious one-liners and terribly awkward scenes Levy navigates so well.

    • Cymbidy says...

      OMG yes!! Schitt’s Creek is so so so so so good. (“It’s my *grand*mother’s recipe.” Months later and this still cracks me up.)

    • Yes, Schitt’s Creek is the BEST!!! I love this funny, dysfuntional, co-dependent family so much!

  21. Jane says...

    This is Us!

  22. Akiko says...

    Wow, Stella, you see everything!

    • Stella Blackmon says...

      Hahaha <3

  23. Christi says...

    Another recommendation for Crazy Ex-Girlfriend! It’s a delightful mix of comedy, a tinge of drama, musical, and just pure feminist fun. If you’re unsure, start with the Youtube music videos that Rachel Bloom posts on her account. They’re a hoot! I’m hoping the show gains more viewers this season. I don’t want it to end!!

  24. Kate says...

    Orphan Black!!

  25. Aida says...

    Am I the only one still working her way through Shameless? I can’t get enough! Shameless addict here!

  26. I got stranger things, Mr. Robot, & Mindhunters covered… Now I seek out search party, and Fargo per your recommendation.

    • Stella Blackmon says...

      Please watch so I have someone to talk about them with!!! I have a feeling you’ll love them, too. xo

  27. KK says...

    Anyone else notice the Karate Kid reference in season 1 of Stranger Things. I died. Love all of the 80s movie references.

  28. I love, love, love Fargo! And I want to start watching stranger things tomorrow x

    • Stella Blackmon says...

      Yay!!!!

  29. june2 says...

    It’s a few years old now but the Black Mirror series was really great as far as this type of scary genre goes, though being a superb example of psychological thriller it can be very, very uncomfortable to watch.

  30. Milki says...

    Other shows not mentioned but worth watching in no particular order- Fauda, The Fall, Casual (Hulu), Atypical, White Princess

  31. Loving and watching constantly: Madam Secretary! Such an amazing and strong female lead!

    Always loving: Call the Midwife.

    Waiting excitedly for: The Crown and The Bold Type.

    Hoping it returns: Good Girls Revolt. (#savegoodgirlsrevolt)

  32. Maggie says...

    Definitely finished Stranger Things in one day (Saturday) and have no shame over it! Great show. I’ve also recently enjoyed Handmaid’s Tale, Big Little Lies, Master of None (both seasons are great!), and I’m looking forward to the next season of West World.

    • Oh yes Westworld! Forgot it from my list below. I don’t even like Westerns as a genre at all but the plot definitely kept me hooked. Will be interesting to see where they take it.

  33. Ashley H. says...

    Man, Outlander is number one on my list for sure. I even got my mom hooked on it. And, surprisingly, Vikings on the History channel is up there. It’s so gory and probably not accurate at all, but Katheryn Winnick portrays such a badass leader in it…I love watching her! Others I cannot leave out…Shameless, Broad City, Glitch (from Australia…on Netflix), The Middle, and The Crown.

    Also, saving this page because there are so many good recommendations on it!

    • L says...

      Omg in vikings the scene where she wears a red dress, I’m blanking on what it was about but she is such a badass.

  34. My favorites right now are:
    You’re the Worst: Following a group of horrible people, the show has presented the most accurate depiction of Depression I have ever seen. And as horrible as the characters are, they’re fully developed and I love the storylines.
    Outlander: Adapted from Diana Gabaldon’s epic book series, it has everything I want in a show. Fantastic production value, amazing acting, time travel, historical fiction, and a super hot male lead. It’s so much more than just a bodice ripper.
    The Mindy Project: Mindy Kaling is amazing and that’s all I have to say haha.

    • Karina says...

      my god are we the same person ?! i love all of these. i think you’re the worst is having a bit of an iffy season this year but overall I love the show and think it’s so underrated.

    • Margaret says...

      I’m obsessed with Outlander but very few people I know watch it! Claire and Jamie forever!

  35. Greg Curry says...

    The Good Doctor

  36. Christina says...

    I was completely enthralled by Rectify (the series is now completed and all seasons are up on Netflix). For some reason it flew under the radar with audiences but critics were wild for it. A TV critic up here in Canada called it “An American Masterpiece”. It’s got a Southern Gothic vibe to it and explores such rich and complex themes. It’s a somewhat slow build but it pays off tenfold and actually lands somewhere in the end.

  37. The Handmaid’s Tale was one of the best I’ve seen recently. There’s a reason it won 8 Emmy’s. The cinematography and acting are phenomenal! Alsorecommend Ozark.

  38. Randi says...

    I just don’t get the love for Stranger Things. I wanted to put a gun in my mouth for wasting my time on that show!

    Just a note, Netflix is pulling a few of the shows mentioned . Google Netflx November for the list.

  39. Lisa Davis says...

    Transparent – Awesome. amazing, sad, funny. Just brilliantly acted & written. Amazon
    Schitts Creek – the brilliant Daniel Ley ( Eugene’s son ) steals the show. Netflix
    Grand Designs – ( for anyone who is going through a renovation – many ‘head in hand’ moments. Netflix
    The Great British baking show – who knew baking could be so dramatic! Netflix
    Braking bad – obvs

  40. C says...

    Ozark, anyone? Jason Bateman’s acting was top-notch, his character is so ruthless! It had so many plot twists, too. I’ll probably rewatch again before the next season.

    Also, Peaky Blinders for any BBC fans. Not sure when Season 4 will hit Netflix, but I’m sure it won’t disappoint.

    • CJ says...

      Love Ozark- I need a season 2 stat!!!!!

  41. Lisa Davis says...

    Transparent!!!!!!!
    Awesome. amazing, sad, funny……….

    • Transparent is so wonderful! Also I Love Dick and One Mississippi with Tig Notaro. I am trying to sit through the second season of Stranger Things, but it’s hard. Literally nothing is happening.

  42. Twyla says...

    Fargo is filmed, not only in the city where I live, but around the neighbourhood that I work in! A coworker ran into Ewan Macgreor at the coffee shop down the street. It’s funny to watch the show then the next day drive by the building where they dropped an air conditioner on some guy’s head!

    • Renata says...

      I work there, too! I would’ve loved to run into Ewan at Gravity….

    • Stella Blackmon says...

      Oh my goodness, too great, Twyla!!

  43. Amy says...

    I loved The Missing: Season 2. The adolescent daughter of a British family living in Germany disappears and returns 11 years later. I really can’t explain it any further without giving anything away. It’s so, so good.

    • Great teaser–I’m intrigued!

  44. Carrie says...

    THE CROWN. I just re-watched it for the second time and I’m ready to go back and watch it for a third. It is SO. GOOD. The acting, the sets, the clothes, the story. Totally blows me away. I can’t wait until season 2 starts!

    Also Game of Thrones, of course ;)

  45. Frin says...

    100% agree on Stranger Things. I would also HIGHLY recommend The Good Place, it’s premise is interesting and very unconventional. Oh, and it’s hilarious.

  46. Anna says...

    Outlander. Start with season one. You are welcome.

    • Katie says...

      Could not agree more.

  47. Jessie says...

    Schitt’$ Creek (on Netflix). Eugene Levy & Catherine O’Hara (O’Hare?) are so, so perfectly funny.

    • Dalia says...

      Amazing show! Really great for a good laugh!!

    • DAVID CARLSON says...

      Funniest show…there are some great shows out there (and on this list) but you really have to watch this one. Great writing.

  48. Lynne says...

    I love all the shows you listed, but if you are looking for a quirky comedy you have to try People of Earth on TBS. It just completed it’s second season and it is so funny and wonderful. Wyatt Cenac is in it, but it’s an ensemble, and every character is wonderful. Season 2 is even better than the first, which I thought would be impossible. The best comedy since Parks and Rec.

  49. michelle says...

    Y’all – how is “The Sinner” not on this list!?
    Jessica Biel is amazing, the story is so twisted, and I do not understand how USA got that show… it. is. excellent.
    Seriously.
    Excellent.

    • Diana says...

      Yes yes yes! Everyone should watch The Sinner

  50. Alli says...

    I’m a sucker for period dramas – can’t wait for season 2 of both The Crown and Victoria. Poldark on Masterpiece is also excellent.

  51. Dilworth says...

    OK, Jesus

  52. Nancey says...

    Here are mine, I love deep, dark Swedish Noir mostly but I will step outside of that box for a rainy, gloomy dark show of murder.

    1. The Killing (favorite ever)
    2. Hinterland
    3. Shetland
    4. River
    5. Fortitude
    6. Happy Valley
    7. The Fall
    8. Night Of
    9. Mindhunter
    10. The Bridge- Swedish- watching now, so good!!!

    • Lindsey says...

      You are my tv watching twin! Try Hotel Beau Sejour – it was excellent. And I’m watching Bordertown now and it’s really good.

    • Nancey says...

      Ok, I started Bordertown, where he moves the family and I didn’t get far, does it get better? I was half and half on it, but if you think I should continue I will….

      I watch such dark gloomy shows and I’m so bubbly and happy and smiling every day, it’s a weird thing, my BF is kind of worried about me, lol.

    • Sarah says...

      Going to save your list as you have The Killing as your fave and that is mine too.

    • Summer says...

      omg, The Killing was soooo good!

    • Randi says...

      Perfect list!!!

    • Renata says...

      I second Hotel Beau Sejour! I absolutely devoured it!

    • Barbara says...

      So I’m with you on:
      The Bridge
      Happy Valley (I saw this before Grantchester so it always freaks me out to see James Thornton being saintly)
      Hinterland
      Shetlant
      The Fall
      Mindhunter

      And, I’ll add Line of Duty, Wallander (both the Swedish and the BBC versions), Dicte, Peaky Blinders, Luther, Silk, Agatha Raisin, Scott and Bailey, Inspector Lewis, The Missing, Spiral and there’s another french show about a missing girl that I watched on Acorn…)

    • CJ says...

      Love your picks! The Killing is also my fav.

  53. EB says...

    Outlander and The Middle!

  54. I could hug you! I’d seen advertisements for Search Party but could not remember the name of the show or anything about it besides that it looked like my cup of tea. I’ve been looking everywhere. I happened to click on this post and there it is! Thank you so much! Now I can finally watch it! I’m going to go do a happy dance.

    • Stella Blackmon says...

      So happy to hear, Alli! Hope you love it, too.

  55. Maywyn says...

    A Place to Call Home, PBS, great show with a range of character ages.

    • Maire says...

      YES!!! I am in love with this show and cannot wait for S5!

  56. JinxTaco says...

    The Good Place is hilarious. Just pure goofy fun. Dark humor at its cheesiest.

    I also love Grace and Frankie on Netflix. Reminds me a bit of the Golden Girls, but not really.

    And I’m a sucker for Gotham. The Penguin is the best character. And the overall tone of the show is dark, gritty, gothic, creepy, and slick. Plus, Alfred kicks butt!

  57. Beth says...

    1. Better Things-best show on TV right now.
    2. Fargo-always
    3. Fortitude (Amazon-1st season amazing, 2nd season almost as gory as Game of Thrones, but couldn’t stop watching)
    4. Stranger Things
    5. Witnesses (Netlix-French crime series with a compelling female lead-love her)
    6. The Americans
    7. Better Call Saul
    8. Project Runway

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      i started watching better things last night (based on your guys’ recommendations) and it’s so so good!! thanks for that!!

    • Nancey says...

      I have never seen anyone mention Fortitude before, I LOVED it! So darkly creepy and the landscape was like it’s own character! so good.

    • Marlena says...

      Yes to Better Things! This season has had me in tears and stitches all at once. After each episode I will look at my husband and say “If that doesn’t win an Emmy for the best EVERYTHING, I’m quitting.” Amazing amazing amazing.

  58. Jen says...

    Stranger Things season 2 is SO GOOD. We have one episode left- to be honest, I’m counting down to my daughter’s bedtime tonight when we can curl up and watch! The kids are amazing actors and all of the (good) characters are so endearing and genuine, and I love the way it shows the importance of true, loyal friendship. I also can’t believe how invested I am in the romantic lives of 12-year-olds, but that’s the beauty of the show, I guess! Plus, there are multiple badass female characters which is just a joy to see.

  59. Sam says...

    Glow!!!!

  60. MA says...

    This is well-timed. My husband and I have fallen down the Stranger Things well this past weekend. What a fun show to watch this time of year! Except I have an 11 year old who rides his bike with a headlamp around our ‘hood… and our neighbor’s lights keep flickering…

    PS where has Winona Ryder been? She is awesome in this show.

  61. Chantel says...

    Fargo! I’ve been wanting to watch that! Should the seasons be watched in order? or does it not matter because they are different stories?

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      totally doesn’t matter, you can watch the seasons out of order! enjoy! :)

  62. Silvina says...

    1) Stranger Things
    2) The good place
    3) How to get away with murder – RECOMMENDED!
    4) Better Things
    5) This is us – RECOMMENDED!
    6) The Big Bang Theory

    • Twyla says...

      I LOVE This Is Us. So smart, and SO touching. My hubby and I are often teary-eyed after most episodes!

  63. I’m really into Broad City these days – the writing and acting are phenomenal.

  64. I’m so glad you recommended Mindhunter! I just started watching it on a whim and it started quite slow, but I kept telling myself I think this is going to get good….thanks for the confirmation!

    • Randi says...

      I binged Mindhunter in 2 days. What a great show. Netflix rocks!

  65. Sarah says...

    My husband and I are enjoying SO many gripping shows these days! We will wrap up Stranger Things tonight and I’m not ready for it to end! Other recent favorites include:
    Ozark, Bloodline, Narcos, The Fall, Trapped (an excellent Icelandic crime drama that feels like a dark Northern Exposure), The Deuce, and Fargo, of course.
    For comedies, I’m losing my mind over Vice Principals, but LD takes the cake in Curb your enthusiasm, possibly one of the greatest of all time. So many excellent choices!

  66. Jessica du Maine says...

    1) “The Daily Show w/ Trevor Noah”,
    2) “The Rachel Maddow Show”,
    3) “Treme”,
    4) “black-ish”,
    5) “The Mayor”.
    Honorable mentions:
    “Modern Family”, “Scandal”, other MSNBC shows, Fox News

  67. I heard Mr. Robot is great. Thanks for your recommendation I’ve been needing a new series to watch! <3

  68. Grace says...

    Stranger Things 2. I’m planning on finishing it this weekend, it has been so good! I also watched Mindhunter in three days I was so into it, which isn’t suprising considering my fascination with true crime stories. But I agree, not the best thing to watch right before bed 😨

  69. I’ve yet to start “Stranger Things” second season.
    Can’t wait!
    Debbie :)

  70. Shell says...

    The Good Doctor. Love it

    • Sherron E McComas says...

      I’m so glad someone mentioned The Good
      I’m afraid it’s going to get overlooked, it’s such a good show and it’s nothing like Doogie Howser like people
      Thanks =)

    • I love the Good Doctor too. Just started watching it last weekend and love it.

  71. Aside from some of shows you mentioned, we are really into This is Us (I know…finally gave in and it’s great so far) and The Voice. The latter isn’t really a TV show but man, the contestants this season are SO GOOD

  72. I am really loving The Good Doctor, its a different concept than what is normally shown on tv and its really well done. Dynasty isn’t bad so far and I’m watching Riverdale because it keeps getting better and better.
    Other shows I am loving include: Brooklyn Nine Nine, Superstore and I’ve started rewatching The Office (US).
    I’m also binging the gymnastics drama Make It or Break It, because I needed something fun too watch.
    I feel that you girls being in the journalism industry need to watch The Bold Type, its such a strong feminist show and I loved all the topics they covered in season 1. It’s a show that the world needs to watch and while its a fun show, it is able to cover deep topics in such a way that you don’t fully realise just how deep the topics are until you are recapping the episode.

    • Sherron E McComas says...

      Love the Good Doctor, hope they keep it. The story lines can go so far.

    • Shannon says...

      I totally agree with you on The Bold Type. I started watching it because I’m a sucker for anything fashion/NYC related, thought it would be a guilty pleasure, but I ended up being truly impressed! They tackle a lot of issues we all face in very realistic and thoughtful ways. Definitely give it a go!

  73. Cassandra says...

    Good Behavior is my favorite new show. I rented Season 1 and Season 2 just started on TNT. It is SO GOOD. (Michelle Dockery)

  74. ellen says...

    Sadly the “GOOD GIRLS REVOLT” on amazon only got one season but it was soooo good- it has it all, music, fashion, pretty people, women taking over… it was great –

    • Becky says...

      I second that! I was so disappointed when I found out it was dropped after Season 1.

    • Christina says...

      There is talk it may come back! Anna Camp was on Colbert and explained the guy who canned it is now out at Amazon (harassment). Interesting given the show was about that very subject.

  75. Nancy R says...

    I find Me, Myself and I a truly heartwarming show, unfortunately it’s future is undetermined. 9JKL is an interesting comedy. Along with Big Bang Theory along with Young Sheldon are feeling good. Kevin Can Wait just got interesting with Leah Remini. Shameless comes back this week which I’m happy about. White Famous is really funny. I’m happy Marlon Wayans comedy Marlon got a 2nd season. I’m thankful for my laptop viewing capability so I can view at my own schedule.

  76. Elizabeth says...

    “Pizza! Aw, you guys”
    Ahh! Mindhunter was the best! I cannot wait until season 2. :)
    I haven’t started Mr. Robot’s latest season yet but this post is putting it higher on my list.
    My nerdy husband and I finished season 1 of Travelers and absolutely loved it (Eric McCormack!) Season 2 recently started airing in Canada so I guess we’ll have to wait a while to binge again. :)

  77. Michelle says...

    Someone please tell me you are watching The Night Of. Omg! I never binge but I just can’t stop. The acting! It is so well done that I think about it during the day and it has taken over my dreams at night… my husbands too!

    • Stella Blackmon says...

      Totally agree with you, Michelle!!

    • Nancy R says...

      The Night Of is supreme!!

    • Nancey says...

      I LOVED the Night Of… I think I watched it in two nights, so incredibly good.

    • CJ says...

      YES SO good. I wish I could watch it again for the *first* time.

  78. Katie says...

    Oh my I think I’ve found my tribe on this post! All of my favorite non-prime time cable shows are mentioned here – GoT, Mindhunter, Stranger Things, Fortitude, The Fall, The Killing, Bates Motel, and more. A couple of others to add for a little look back in time: Last Kingdom, Vikings (a few gorey scenes though), Frontier, and Marco Polo.

    • Randi says...

      I can’t wait for season 5 of Vikings. It’s epic!

  79. MeghanTan says...

    Catastrophe (the FUNNIEST show ever!!!) and Suburra Blood on Rome (though you should read a brief synopsis before diving in- it has many story lines that eventually tie together at the end!)

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      YES CATASTROPHE!!!! love sharon horgan so much. i wish we were friends in real life :)

    • MeghanTan says...

      Ah, I wish she were my bestie too!

    • A MARTIN says...

      Catastrophe! Yes yes yes!!

    • michelle says...

      Catastrophe ftw

    • Sarah says...

      I also really enjoy Divorce on HBO – Sharon Horgan is the creator/writer. So good!

  80. Amy says...

    Isn’t the whole world watching This is Us?!?! I love it so much…
    And Brooklyn Nine-Nine, because the quick jokes and hilarious Andy Samberg are an amazing combination!

    • jade says...

      I started watching This is Us on a plane last week- it resulting in the stewardess asking if I was okay. Loving it so far!

  81. Amanda says...

    Today I started working on getting my partner to watch Stranger Things with me. He doesn’t like scary, but he loves 80s nostalgia, so I think he’ll come around.
    I also just finished watching ten seasons of Murdoch Mysteries, a Canadian tv show about a police detective in Toronto at the turn of the 20th century. His (female) love interest is a forensic pathologist (so, a way ahead of her time doctor breaking new ground for women!) and he is really into science, so the show incorporates new inventions and technology of the time. Oh, and it has fun “cameos” of historical figures. My mom got me into it; it’s not cutting edge or even all that well-known in the US, but the stories are just so delightful. It’s kind of like Bones in 1900. Can’t wait for the current season to be available in the US!

    • jade says...

      I watched all 10 seasons this year too and absolutely loved it! Julia is incredible!

    • Nancey says...

      10 seasons?? you are hardcore girl. Sounds fantastic, I will check it out. I am very into dark and creepy. Has to be good writing though.

  82. This is my favorite genre, and luckily there are so many good series in it! My vintage faves are Dexter and Breaking Bad, but some newer ones that have given me goosebumps are Fortitude, The Night Manager, The Fall, The Killing, Top of the Lake, and Black Mirror. Several of these feature strong female leads and/or are directed by women.

  83. Eva says...

    Norwegian teen drama SKAM is the best show in Ages. See it before the US remake arrives.

    • This. Its depictions of growing up as a young adult in the 21st century – with all its trials & tribulations on loneliness, relationships, sexuality, identity – were among the most raw and genuine I’ve seen on TV. Can only hope that Facebook doesn’t mess up the US remake – but in the meantime, the Norwegian version is phenomenal (and available with subtitles on Google Drive, ha!).

    • Em says...

      Yes!!!

    • Morgan says...

      I totally agree! Skam is a must-see for anyone who enjoys the coming of age genre. I would say it falls somewhere between Degrassi and Girls…

  84. There are sooo many good recommendations here! We’ve watched seasons 1-3 of Schitt’s Creek on Netflix TWICE through – hilarious. So clever. The father-son comedic chemistry between Eugene Levy and his son is just incredible. We love this show.

    We’re anxiously awaiting season 8 of Shameless to come to Netflix – I think it’s due out soon.

    Flaked is incredible. Will Arnett is fascinating to watch. There are 2 seasons on Netflix and I’m hoping for a third.

    On my own I watch Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce, Being Mary Jane (all caught up on these – need more!) and re-watching Nurse Jackie which has been one of my favorite shows ever. Even though it’s completely done, it’s worth watching. Funny at times, sad, permeated with the hopelessness of drug addiction. Edie Falco is stunning in this show. And Wentworth – a brilliant Australian show about women in prison. Hard to watch at times, but brilliant acting and storylines. It seems like we watch a ton, but in reality it’s only for an hour or two after the kids are in bed each night! :-)

    • Angela B says...

      I rewatched season 1 of Schitt’s Creek’s too! Love it!

  85. Oh I’m shocked that “Bates Motel” the prequel to Hitchcock’s Psycho, didn’t make to the list ;) It’s must-see for me!

    • Oh yes! I forgot that one in my list below. We enjoyed the heck out of that, it was so creepy and good.

  86. We recently discovered and dove into the Australian TV series.
    A place to Call Home, it is the Australian Downton, also Crownies and Janet King. Rake is another good one!
    Red Oaks on Amazon just released its 3rd season as well.
    LOVED the Tunnel, gripping!
    OOO, also The Durrells in Corfu and The Good Karma Hospital.
    OK, enough :) Looking forward to checking out the other suggestions here. I think it is shaping up to be a cozy stay at home winter!

    • Dalia says...

      If you are into Australian shows Offspring is a MUST!! So good!

    • Anna says...

      I second the Offspring suggestion! LOVE IT.

    • Going to add in the teen drama Dance Academy, its a really fun show to watch and it’s set against the backdrop of Sydney.
      Also Kath & Kim, which is just a hilarious show and classic Australian.

    • Lola says...

      I love Offspring! Australian tv shows are great!

    • Dalia says...

      Totally second Dance Academy and Kath and Kim!!

  87. Not a thriller, but I am absolutely obsessed with The Good Place. It’s SO SMART and funny and makes me think so hard about random philosophical concepts. I may have already left this comment before, but I am a Good Place evangelist now ;)!

    • Lauren says...

      Yes to the Good Place! I hesitated thinking it was going to be lame but it’s just fabulously funny and clever. And D’arcy Carden as Janet is my favorite.

  88. There are a lot of European shows that my husband and I have loved: Fortitude (sooo gripping – a mystery/thriller set in the Arctic!), The Returned (French mystery/thriller), The Night Manager, The Fall, Luther, The Honourable Woman, and Black Mirror (this should be mandatory watching!).
    We’ve also really enjoyed The Affair (so so good!), Game of Thrones, Homeland, Master of Sex, Billions, Mad Men, The Newsroom, and The Expanse (engrossing sci-fi, if you’re into that). For laughs we watch Modern Family, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and Parks and Rec.
    On my own I’ve been watching Big Little Lies and This is Us (sappy and pretty mainstream, but sweet).

    It sounds like we watch a lot of TV, but we do cap it at one episode per weekday, over dinner! :) We just finished season 2 of Stranger Things last night and loved it. I will check out Search Party and Mindhunter! Thanks Stella.

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      what good recs, ann-marie! i have to say, tv has become such an art form. i never thought tv would be better than movies, but it definitely seems to be these days.

    • Yes! My husband and I have talked about that recently. I feel like it started around the time of “Lost”, when tv shows began having that big production, cinematic feel, and amazing writing. I do prefer tv shows as I like digging in deep with characters, which you just can’t get with a two hour movie!

    • We also watch a lot of Euro shows. The latest – Ibiza loving on Netflix. It’s so bad to the point it’s brilliant!

    • Randi says...

      The French “The Returned ” is the one to watch. The American version is awful!

    • Nancey says...

      Where can I watch the French Returned? I think I looked for it couldn’t find it.

  89. Lily says...

    Yes! Can’t wait to watch. Thanks stella!

  90. Lauren says...

    ***FARGO IS NOT IN MINNESOTA***Just a friendly public service announcement. When I travel people talk to me like they talk in Fargo and I get really confused. Love the article though;)

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      editing now! thanks, lauren!

    • Stella Blackmon says...

      Thank you, Lauren!! xo

    • Cooper says...

      Although to be fair, the accent in the movie / TV show is based on a stereotypical Minnesota accent – and Fargo is a border city, so it’s definitely very connected to Minnesota :) – from a Minnesotan

    • Katie says...

      Yes but season 1 of Fargo is set in Minnesota!

  91. ceciel says...

    Stranger Things. Am so hooked. Thanks for the recs!

  92. Tawni says...

    My husband and I just finished watching “Manhunt: Unabomber” and I really enjoyed it. I was bawling at the end of one of the episodes that was all in the mind and life of the unabomber, which was unsettling to me that I was crying! Anyways, I think it is in the same vein as “Mindhunters” and Paul Bettany is such a good actor in it.

    Other shows I have enjoyed/binged: Jane the Virgin, Jessica Jones, iZombie, Jericho, Sherlock, 13 Reasons Why, and Limitless (so sad they didn’t renew a second season)

    • Stella Blackmon says...

      Awesome recs, thank you, Tawni!!

  93. I just finished watching The Deuce on HBO. So many important topics brought to light in that show and forces you to re-think your perspective on the sex industry. Highly recommend.

    • Stella Blackmon says...

      Great to hear, Erin! Adding to my watchlist. Thank you so much for sharing. xo

    • Ozark!!! Jason Bateman and Laura Linney are wonderful in it.
      The Deuce
      Stranger Things
      Mindhunter – Anyone read about what the 2nd season is going to be about? so interesting! Also excited for the soundtrack!

  94. KSM says...

    Add The Deuce to the list please. Based on 60s /70s times square and rise of porn industry. Such ensemble of talent and if you don’t fall in love with the pimp played by Garry Carr, call me out!

    • Kelly says...

      Funny, I’m totally impressed with the Deuce (no surprise, I’m the biggest Wire fan ever) and I’m shocked by how good James Franco is (I would never have exactly described him as much of a “talent” before this) and I love the Maggie Gyllehall/David Krumholz platonic chemistry, but actually felt like Gary Carr was a weak point for the series — for as much as I love Method Man and Gbenga Akinnagbe, I felt like all three of them couldn’t find the quite right tone in their characters — kind of over acted and characatures, anyway funny that we had such an opposite opinion.

      I also second Catastrophe, plus Love (although second season isn’t so hot) and of course, Broad City.

  95. Marla Stills says...

    You should definitely make some room in your life for Better Things (Thurs on FX). Written, directed by and starring Pamela Adlon, who has been Louis CK’s collaborator for over a decade. Her autobiographical divorced mom of three girls character is smart, stupid, generous, selfish, funny, not funny and can’t get out of her own way. The kid characters are interesting and the soundtrack stabs me in the heart every week. It’s labeled a comedy but is so much richer than one label can convey. I am 110% hooked and I’m turning people on to this on a daily basis. I think its my new religion.

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      sounds great. going to google the trailer now!

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      oh, i’m back :) and YES better things looks SO good.

    • Meg says...

      Yes! LOVE this show!!

  96. hokidoki says...

    not sure if any of your readers are into Asian drama. i am obsesed with Korean Drama (plenty on netflix). Some are very well-written with awesome plot and twist in the tale (whisper and healer), some are very delicious (drama about food, Let’s eat 1 and Let’s eat 2), some are just purely entertaining (descendants of the sun). Almost all of them are full of eye candies

    • Patty says...

      Ohh!! I’ve been meaning to watch Healer for the longest time but it was usually on Vikii. Thank you!

  97. Rosely says...

    Stranger things is sooo good. My husband just started watching Fargo I didn’t quite get into It. The show I’m really liking right now is This Is Us it’s first season is on netflix

  98. Val says...

    W1A anyone? Its on Netflix and its so hilarious. Love British comedy.

    Thanks for the recommendations. I’m going to look up Search Party.

    • Chelsea says...

      Love W1A- it’s hilarious!

  99. I might be late to the party but The Handmaid’s Tale is…so…incredible. It’s a must watch!

    • Meredith says...

      On episode 4 and LOVING IT

    • Stella Blackmon says...

      Couldn’t agree more, Julia!!!

  100. Briana says...

    Halt and Catch Fire is like Mad Men + the 80s + Steve Jobs + American Psycho? The first season is a little heavy handed, but still fun. Gets really great after that. Finished all four seasons in two weeks and suffering withdrawal :(

    • LOVED that show but i thought there was only one season. I had no idea there were more! You’re kinda like Santa! Thank you! 💓

    • Irene says...

      just finished the series finale yesterday! there’s 4 whole seasons – you have lots to catch up on!

  101. I love getting recommendations from other people. I watched (and re-watched and maybe re-watched again!) Anne with an E based on the Anne of Green Gables books. They were so comforting to watch when I was having a stressful spring and I love how nature is a character in the show too. The filming of snow on fields or bark on trees is done so beautifully.

    • Have you seen any of the originals from the 80s staring Megan Follows? It’s hard to find them…i think they are only on DVD (maybe YouTube?) They are 100000x better and much more true to the books. It’s one of my all time favorites!

  102. Abbie says...

    My Crazy Ex- Girlfriend!!! I wish it was on everyday, I really think Rachel Bloom deserves a MacArthur Grant.

    Just rewatched 30 Rock for the 3rd time, and I can’t believe I love it more every time. Nothing like a strong female comedy.

    • KN says...

      Yes on Crazy Ex-Girlfriend! She is brilliant and the cast is so good.

  103. edie says...

    old episodes of Parenthood, the Netflix design show called Abstract, and rewatching Master of None’s stellar second season. That Thanksgiving episode!

    • Stella Blackmon says...

      Old episodes of parenthood and Master of None = yes!!! Right there with you. Can’t wait to check out Abstract! Thanks, Edie!

      Stella xoxo

  104. patricia blaettler says...

    Speaking of Rami Malek, ( who is so, so good ) “The Night Of” on HBO.
    John Turturro is also really great in it.

    • Angela says...

      Think you mean Riz Ahmed

    • Liz says...

      I second this. Night Of was amazing.

    • Katie says...

      Riz Ahmed is the star of “The Night Of”. Pretty sure Rami Malek isn’t in it?

    • Stella Blackmon says...

      YES, Night Of was INCREDIBLE!!! #6 on my list :)

  105. Julie says...

    If you don’t mind subtitles, the French show Les Revenants (The Returned) is one of the best TV dramas I’ve ever seen. It’s on Netflix. Haven’t tried the American remake…but the original is just beyond gorgeous and heartbreaking and so, so scary.

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      oooh, sounds so compelling, julie!

    • Jane says...

      Totally agree!

    • Nancey says...

      I could not find this one, I will try again, thank you! it sounds perfect

  106. Julie says...

    Love that Kirsten Dunst and Jesse Plemons (who plays Ed, her husband on Fargo) are ENGAGED in real life!

    • Stella Blackmon says...

      HOW DID I NOT KNOW THIS? Made my night. Thank you, Julie!! xo

    • sarah says...

      He was the wonderful character, Landry on Friday Night Lights, one of my top favorite TV series ever.

  107. Julie says...

    Stranger Things may be a bit too dark for younger kids (okay, maybe WAY dark), but how amazing is it to have such badass female characters as role models for girls?! Between Eleven, Max, and Joyce, we’ve got inspiration territory covered.

    • Stella Blackmon says...

      Great point, Julie!!! There’s also a great (not-kid-friendly) scene where Hopper throws Nancy the gun instead of Jonathan.

    • Jen says...

      That’s one of my favorite things about Stranger Things! Don’t forget Nancy- brave, outspoken, and ready to take on the man!

  108. Hannah says...

    An Honourable Woman – Maggie Gyllenhaal is amazing in it!

  109. A MARTIN says...

    Insecure and Jane the Virgin are the best! Buuut I’m willing to check out the series you noted :D

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      LOVE insecure. so so good.

  110. Sara Dill says...

    I love haunting investigative murder shows like “The Fall”, “The Killing”, and “Broad church.” I’ll have to check these ones out, haven’t seen any of them and am ready for a good TV show binge with this dreary, cold weather!

    • Claire says...

      those are 3 of the best!

    • Chloe says...

      Check out the British/French crime show The Tunnel. Binge-watched after finishing Broadchurch.

    • Eve says...

      Broadchurch!! YES!! Huge crush on David Tennent!

    • Nancey says...

      LOVED them all, also if you loved them try Shetland, and also Hinterland, SO good, also Happy Valley (not happy though, lol) I am now watching The Bridge in Swedish, also fantastic. Fortitude was very good too, but more sci fi ish, but still delightful in a dark murky, rainy way. hahah.

    • Cindy Piron says...

      My 3 faves! Love Ozark (ummm Jason Bateman please?)! Currently loving MindHunter and dreading having only two more episodes. Thankful for all the tips here.

    • Barbara says...

      This is actually for Chloe (above). The Tunnel is based on the Swedish show The Bridge, which is far superior. So so good!

  111. Elisabeth says...

    I’ve been wanting to start Mindhunter! Great post :)

    xo, Elisabeth

  112. Megan says...

    I’m psyched to get in to Stranger Things season 2; haven’t had a chance to start it yet. And I watch Mr. Robot and enjoy it, but I have no idea what is going on. Like, at all. I need Mr. Robot cliff notes.

    • Jenn says...

      Truth.

    • Agree, it lost me quite a bit in Season 2!

  113. Reem says...

    I love “Jane the Virgin” and “Call the Midwife”! Both on Netflix, with really great storytelling and acting.

    • Heather says...

      Big YES to Call the Midwife! There’s something about that show that always makes me feel good. Plus these days I seem to be going through a bit of a British period drama phase haha. Currently I’m rewatching Downton Abbey for the third time, and am eagerly awaiting the release of The Crown in December!

    • A MARTIN says...

      Oooh yes!!! Both are soooo good!!

    • I LOVE “Call the Midwife”! It’s so great to see a mostly female cast and a show that deals with such a broad range of social issues (and importantly deals with a broad range of issues relating to women and gender equality) in such a balanced way, while still being a great show in its own right! And what an interesting period in history, my grandmother worked in the east end of London in the early fifties and my father is of the baby boomer generation so I find this period particularly fascinating. This is his blog in case you’re interested (he writes thoughtful and entertaining passages about everything and anything incl. his upbringing): https://how2livewithcancer.blogspot.ie. I also particularly love how the show promotes the importance of the NHS and the welfare state set up post-WW2, its particularly interesting given all of the political upheaval in the U.K. currently (and indeed the world). Haha, sorry a bit of a rant, but I honestly could go on and on about how great this show is. I feel it should be mandatory watching the same way the ragged trousered philanthropists should be mandatory reading.

    • Julie says...

      I consider Call the Midwife to double as therapy. Truly. There’s just something about the music, time period, all of it. It’s pretty close t perfect.

  114. Colleen S says...

    Stranger Things’ second season was great. I think I enjoyed it more because people weren’t getting bones broken (which is something that can ruin shows and movies for me).

  115. Pam says...

    I would also add that The Good Place starring Kristin Bell and Ted Danson is really funny and addictive!

    • Stella Blackmon says...

      Sounds amazing, thank you so much, Pam!

  116. Jen says...

    The best show on TV is Better Things. Pamela Adon is a goddess and the episode Eulogy is one of the best episode I’ve ever watched on TV!

    • Stella Blackmon says...

      Wow, Jen, sounds great. Added to my watchlist. Thank you!!!

  117. mallory says...

    You didn’t mention the best thing about Mindhunters… it stars Jonathan Groff!! Loved him in everything: Glee, Frozen, Hamilton, Looking and now this. He just did an interview with Terry Gross on Fresh Air and it was sooo good.

    • Stella Blackmon says...

      Haha, great point, Mallory. I can’t wait to check it out the Fresh Air episode.

    • Nora Romanoff says...

      Agree. Excellent episode of Fresh Air.

    • Allegra says...

      Love Jonathan. Love, love, love.

  118. Okaaaaay, how could you list Stranger Things and NOT MENTION that Chief Jim Hopper (David Harbour) is a TOTAL BABE. He’s got that tough-but-tender vibe that I cannot resist. C’mon, I can’t be the only one who thinks this?!

    • Stella Blackmon says...

      LOL. Yes. Definitely agree.

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      omg you guys! i have a celeb sighting story! alex and i threw a big party years ago before we had kids. and david harbour is a friend of a friend, so he showed up with julia styles who he was dating! we were all just like OH HELLO. (!!!!!!!!!)

    • Jessica says...

      I too think he is a total babe! And how exciting Joanna, although I wouldn’t have known who he was years ago. Have you all seen the recent pictures released of him as Hellboy? His body changed completely! I now understand the references to a diet in the season two.

    • Joanna that is amazing! He seems like such a wonderful human – not just a great, handsome actor but a genuinely kind dude. Hope you get to bump into him again and tell him that your readers adore him.

  119. Erin says...

    Thanks for these! I can’t stop hearing about Stranger Things lately so I’ll probably give that a try. I’m late to the party but currently obsessed with Nurse Jackie! I’ve been losing so much sleep watching it. Highly recommend.

  120. Thanks for the link for Mindhunter! I really enjoyed that first season!!
    I also just started watching Empire. And that is a show that you can never guess what is going to happen next!!

  121. DIANA says...

    STRANGER THINGS 2! There is so much pressure for any sequel or sophomore effort to deliver twice as hard and OH MY GOD it did. Sean Astin is in it! Samwise himself! and Oh my Eighties/Nineties heart PAUL REISER?!?!?!?!? And they just wow you in their character roles while the action unfolds. Anddddd the growth of our beloved rag tag team? Incredible. Backstory on Eleven is revealed but not spilled. It has alllll the PG romantic tension you need, in between violent bloodshed.

    • Stella Blackmon says...

      Hahahahaha, Diana, seriously could not agree more!!!!

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      paul reiser???? didn’t know he was in it! “oh my eighties/nineties heart” = lololol

    • Amy says...

      Just hearing Paul Reiser’s voice in Stranger Things 2 was like a warm hug!

    • Brooke says...

      “the PG romantic tension” SLAYED ME! SO. GOOD.

  122. Lucie says...

    Wait, is Mindhunters “(2017)” because it’s already done?? Where’s the dash!? Someone please tell me there are more seasons coming!?

    Haha, that show is SO GOOD. My mom and I watched all of the episodes in 2 nights.

    • Stella Blackmon says...

      Haha, just checked and it’s renewed for a second season — so just added a dash :)

      Thanks, Lucie!!! Stella xo

    • Elizabeth says...

      Thank goodness for the dash!! Otherwise…