For the zombie lovers: "The Walking Dead"
For any of you Team Night King, you can get your zombie fix with "The Walking Dead," which has walkers galore. And lucky for you, seven seasons on Netflix means you have plenty to binge all winter.
For the political savvy: "House of Cards"
For those who love long, winding, storylines about complicated politics of ruling, meet Frank and Claire Underwood. The award-winning Netflix original will be sure to satisfy your need for fictional political drama.
For the fan theorists: "Westworld"
If you predicted Jon Snow's heritage in Season 1 and find yourself deep in Reddit threads after each episode, "Westworld" will fill the void for you. With flashbacks that don't look like flashbacks and robots that might be human --and humans that might be robots -- you'll have plenty of rabbit holes to go down. Watch over on HBO.
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For the genre-TV obsessed: "Buffy the Vampire Slayer"
The genre-TV show that started it all. Many credit "Buffy" as opening the door to all your favorite genre shows, proving it could be a smash hit, from "Game of Thrones" to "Doctor Who." You can watch over on Hulu.
For more strong female characters: "Orphan Black"
Tatiana Maslany has 11 different characters on the BBC America sci-fi drama to broad critical acclaim. The show follows a girl who discovers she has several clones after witnessing the death of a girl who looks just like her.
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For more battle scenes: "Vikings"
Since it airs on History rather than HBO, "Vikings" isn't as explicit with the sex and violence as "GoT" but has a much tighter story arc. It follows the rise of Ragnar Lothbrok from simple farmer to King of Denmark, becoming the scourge of the Franks and Saxons along the way. The series is available on Netflix.
For those who love the gore: "Penny Dreadful"
Showtime's gothic horror series came to an end after three seasons, but you can still watch it on Hulu. The show features an all-star collection of Victorian horror icons played by an all-star cast of British actors including Timothy Dalton, Eva Green and Billie Piper. It's ghastly, gory drama that's impossible to look away from.
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