Sure, there's great television out there like "Scandal" and "American Horror Story" that everyone and their mother watches, but there are quite a few other wonderful programs that don't get enough credit. So if you've run out of shows to binge watch, don't worry we've got you covered.
"Catastrophe" "Catastrophe" is a British sitcom starring Carrie Fisher and sometimes her dog, Gary. That's all you need to know.
"Better Things" This FX series was created by Pamela Adlon and Louis C.K. so you already know it'll at least be funny if nothing else.
It follows a divorced actress who raises her three daughters by herself while attempting to work in Hollywood.
"Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" follows Rebecca Bunch, an Ivy League lawyer who decides to ditch becoming partner at a top New York law firm to follow her first love from Summer camp to California in search for happiness.
"You're the Worst" This smart comedy, again from FX, follows two destructive and toxic people (Jimmy, a self-involved British writer, and Gretchen, a self-destructive Los Angeles PR executive) attempting a relationship. Yep, it gets messy.
"The Mindy Project" "The Mindy Project" follows quirky obgyn Mindy Lahiri as she navigates her personal and professional life.
"Orphan Black" One reason and one reason only: Tatiana Maslany plays at least 10 different characters (clones) in this Canadian sci-fi thriller. If that isn't incredible, we don't know what is.
"Jane the Virgin" A loose adaptation of a Venezuelan telenovela, The CW's "Jane the Virgin" follows a devout religious woman Jane -- who's a virgin but accidentally becomes pregnant.
She becomes accidentally artificially inseminated by her doctor when she goes in for a check-up.
"It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" The FXX sitcom -- now entreating its 12th season -- follows "The Gang," a group of five individuals who run an Irish pub and have no problem dumping on each other for their own personal gain.
"American Crime" ABC's "American Crime" is a crime drama anthology series. The first season focused on race, class and gender politics, the second on a school shooting, but the core crime for Season 3 remains a tightly-held secret.
"Fleabag" "Fleabag" is a six part comedy series based on a one-woman play about a woman (Phoebe Waller-Bridge) living in a big city while coping with a recent tragedy.
"Ghost Adventures" The Travel Channel's documentary-style series "Ghost Adventures" follows Zak Bagans, Aaron Goodwin, Billy Tolley and Jay Wasley as they investigate some of the world's most haunted places.
"Mozart in the Jungle" A young, talented and charismatic conductor, Rodrigo (Gael García Bernal), is announced for the New York Symphony. Conflict begins to arise as Rodrigo promises to change how things are done. The comedy series bagged Amazon Studios its first two Golden Globe awards in 2016.
"Steven Universe" "Steven Universe" is an animated series that follows the coming of age story of a boy named -- of course -- Steven Universe, who lives in a fictional town named Beach City.
"Trailer Park Boys" This Canadian mockumentary series follows the exploits of trailer park residents -- some of whom are ex-convicts. It is available on Netflix so you can binge-watch their misadventures for endless viewing pleasure.