Holiday Binge List: 10 Shows to Watch

With the holidays fast approaching and hopefully some free time on your horizon, we've compiled a list of 10 television series worth binge watching this winter. From feel-good Fixer Upper to the eerie Ozark, this list has something for everyone. Let us know which shows you binged this holiday season and of course, most importantly, happy relaxing!

Breaking Bad

1) Breaking Bad

The personal favorite of so many country stars we lost count, Breaking Bad is the story of a high school chemistry teacher who, upon learning he had lung cancer, turns to some questionable methods of earning the money he needs to secure his family's financial future.

Stranger Things

2) Stranger Things

This cult favorite is worth the 15-hour commitment, especially since you have the chance to jump on the bandwagon relatively early. The second season was released earlier in the fall of this year, and a third was confirmed for 2018.

This Is Us

3) This is Us

Mandy Moore and Sterling K. Brown lead this talented cast in bringing America the story of the Pearson family. Guaranteed to have you hooked from episode 1, it's no surprise This Is Us is the most popular show airing now in the country.

American Horror Story

4) American Horror Story

While definitely not for everyone, albeit easily determined from the title, American Horror Story is 7 seasons full of twists and suspense, all themed independently of each other.

Fixer Upper

5) Fixer Upper

You'd be hard-pressed to find someone who's seen Fixer Upper and isn't a Chip and Joanna fan. This adorable couple brings life, and lots of love, to HGTV with their family friendly home improvement show.

Grey's Anatomy

6) Grey's Anatomy

Gearing up to air their 15th season, Grey's Anatomy has redefined Thursday nights for 12 years. Take advantage of the technological advancements by streaming all episodes from seasons 1-13 on Netflix.

Nashville

7) Nashville

Any country music fan will enjoy this glamorous drama surrounding Nashville and the world of high-powered businessmen and the artists we know and love.

Game of Thrones

8) Game of Thrones

Thomas Rhett is an outspoken supporter of this HBO drama, and if that isn't enough to get you watching yourself, the show averaged 10.26 million viewers per episode while season 7 aired.

Riverdale

9) Riverdale

This show, loosely based off characters from the Archie Comics, follows a group of high school students as they attempt to unravel the mysterious death of Jason Blossom, twin brother of the uber-popular Cheryl.

Ozark

10) Ozark

The Netflix original series, Ozark stars Jason Bateman and follows the story of his character's close encounter with danger and his desperate efforts to protect his family from the consequences of a business deal gone awry.