The 11 Best TV Shows on Netflix That You Should Be Watching

Netflix is pretty much the couch potato’s best friend so it’s only natural that those of us who like to stay home on the weekends in our pajamas totally binge watch the streaming service.

The 11 Best TV Shows on Netflix That You Should be Watching

Thankfully, Hollywood News Daily is here to help you out. We’ve compiled a list of the 11 best TV shows on Netflix that you should be watching, like right now.

11. How I Met Your Mother: Ted Mosby is a New Yorker looking for his future wife. In the sitcom he relives all the important moments of his life as he tells his children the story of how he met their mother. Ted and his friends makes us laugh, cry, and leave us wanting more in the comedy series that captured everyone’s hearts with its unique writing and plot.

10. Bates Motel: As a prequel to Alfred Hitchcock’s “Psycho,” fans get to see the early life of Norman Bates growing up with a very overprotective mother, Norma Bates, but finding it very difficult to step out from under his mother’s thumb. This show can get pretty dark, which viewers will see right off the bat in the pilot.

9. Friday Night Lights: Texas forever! The series follows a high school football team in the small town of Dillon, Texas after the star quarterback is tragically and forever injured during the first game of the season. The team, town, coach, and all those involved pick up the pieces and learn how to live with a new reality.

8. One Tree Hill: Take a trip to Tree Hill, North Carolina where the Ravens basketball team endures some serious drama with Lucas Scott is asked to be apart of the team, which consists of his half-brother, Nathan Scott. Lucas and Nathan share a father whom abandoned Lucas as a baby, and the history between their two families coupled with the intense basketball rivalry and Lucas’ poetic nature make for an amazing series.

7. Scandal: Olivia Pope is a fixer. She fixed President Fitzgerald Grant’s campaign, and countless high profile client’s serious problems. However, Olivia’s own life is a mess. She’s in love with the President of the United States, has a very crazy family dynamic, and the most stressful job there is. Liv always finds a way to “handle” whatever problems come at her, but her own life is a much different story.

6. Grey’s Anatomy: Come visit the doctors at Seattle Grace Hospital. Dr. Meredith Grey is new on the job, but she’s already made a huge mistake, she’s had sex one the hot doctor who is her superior. The drama at the hospital doesn’t end with the patients in this fan favorite series.

5. Sons of Anarchy: Jax Taylor has a complicated life. He’s an outlaw that’s a part of the Sons of Anarchy motorcycle club. The club has some shady business dealings going on, big time drama, and serious enemies to contend with. When Jax finds his late father’s writings about his vision for the club he helped create everything is turned upside down.

4. Breaking Bad: When a former chemistry teacher is diagnosed with cancer he finds a way to make some extra money by recruiting his former stoner student and creating and selling his own meth.

3. Dexter: Dexter Morgan is a blood splatter analyst for the Miami Metro police department. He helps catch the bad guys, and in his spare time he’s a serial killer. Dexter has a “dark passenger” that craves blood and death, but Dex knows just how to handle it, and thanks to his late step-father, a respected police officer, he has a code that his lives by, and kills by.

2. American Horror Story: This series has a new theme, characters, and creepy story line each season, but keeps fans wanting more. Step inside the eerie world that makes up AHS and you’ll be hooked on the horror.

1. Orange is the New Black: This Netflix original series follows a young woman named Piper as she turns herself in to serve a prison sentence that was handed down to her for helping her ex-girlfriend, Alex, traffic drugs one time. Inside the walls of the women’s prison is an array of characters, all of whom have very interesting stories and backgrounds. The gritty series shows what goes on behind the bars, and behind the criminals.

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