47 Binge-Worthy TV Series On Netflix For Any College Student
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47 Binge-Worthy TV Series On Netflix For Any College Student

What's more productive than binge-watching an entire TV series in one sitting?

47 Binge-Worthy TV Series On Netflix For Any College Student

What better way to spend your free time than to binge watch a TV series on Netflix? While it is crucial that we college students maintain our GPA, sometimes studying is not the answer. Next time you think about studying for that test, close that textbook and decide to binge an entire series or two. Just kidding, studying is pretty important. But here is a list of 47 binge-worthy TV series for all you procrastinators out there.

For those who love crime:

1. "How To Get Away With Murder"

2. "Criminal Minds"

3. "Scandal"

4. "White Collar"

5. "Making a Murderer"

6. "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit"

7. "American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson"

For those who love a good laugh:

8. "Friends"

9. "New Girl"

10. "How I Met Your Mother"

11. "The Office"

12. "Santa Clarita Diet"

13. "Grace and Frankie"

14. "That '70s Show"

15. "Parks and Recreation"

For those who want to get emotionally invested:

16. "Gossip Girl"

17. "Pretty Little Liars"

18. "Friday Night Lights"

19. "One Tree Hill"

20. "Gilmore Girls"

21. "Desperate Housewives"

22. "Vampire Diaries"

23. "Hart of Dixie"

24. "Grey's Anatomy"

For those who want to feel better about themselves:

25. "Orange Is The New Black"

26. "Arrested Development"

27. "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia"

28. "A Series of Unfortunate Events"

29. "Shameless"

For those who love suspense:

30. "The 100"

31. "The Walking Dead"

32. "The OA"

33. "Blacklist"

34. "Narcos"

For those who take Netflix seriously:

35. "House of Cards"

36. "Mad Men"

37. "Bloodline"

38. "The Crown"

39. "Game of Thrones"

40. "Travelers"

41. "Madam Secretary"

And for those who love to be creeped out:

42. "Bates Motel"

43. "American Horror Story"

44. "Dexter"

45. "Black Mirror"

46. "Breaking Bad"

47. "Stranger Things"

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