Greg Hill's Top 5 Bingeable Television Shows

September 25, 2018

What can we say? We love television.

What's so good about it now is that there is so much good content out there ready at your fingertips that we don't even know where to start! So in case you need a new show to obsess over for a weekend, allow me to share my top 5 favorite bingeable shows that will require you to loosen up your schedule!

Breaking Bad

Timeless. Classic. There is literally not one negative thing that can be said about this show. Bryan Cranston delivers the goods as Walter White, the high school chemistry teacher-turned drug kingpin with the help of his equally memorable sidekick, the foul-mouthed Jesse Pinkman as played by Aaron Paul. There are so many highlights throughout this series that there are too many to count. Like every time Jesse says "bitch," to the giant mound of cash in the storage facility, to the pizza being thrown on the roof! (which was a waste of a totally good pizza)

Making A Murderer

What I love about Making A Murderer is that it's a true story that is happening right now that has somehow transformed every viewer into a criminal investigator, spurring who-done-it arguments at the bar and at the kitchen table. Luckily for us, season 2 is arriving on NETFLIX in October, so get ready for even more theories on the air!

Stranger Things

This show has everything to love about the '80s. The music, references to classic films like The Goonies and E.T., and the right amounts of horror and sci-fi to keep you glued to the screen until you realize that you have to return to reality at some point.


Hooo boy. If there was a show that had to follow Breaking Bad in the "normal family-turned crimelords" category, Ozark would be the top choice. Coupled with all of these "how do they get out of this mess?" moments and "what would you do in this scenario?" situations, Ozark definitely put the viewer in the shoes of the Byrde family as they struggle to survive drug cartels, federal agents, ruthless crime bosses, all while trying to stay together as a family.  


This british crime drama centers around the death of an 11-year-old boy and the impact of grief, mutual suspicion and media attention on the town. Not to mention all of the secrets being hidden in the shadows.


Related: 'Making A Murderer' Is Ready To Return To NETFLIX