If you want to watch a story from beginning to end, then catching a mini-series is the way to go. Longer than a movie, but not endless like a standard TV show (and it won’t be canceled just when you get to the good part).
Check out these binge-worthy limited series!
This gripping political thriller will keep you on the edge of your seat. David Budd, the bodyguard, is a war veteran with a troubled past who is haunted by his experiences. When he’s assigned to protect Julia Montague, the Home Secretary, he finds himself caught in a dangerous game of political intrigue and personal betrayal. The show is full of suspense, twists, and turns, and it will keep you guessing until the very end.
The story revolves around the disappearance of Nick Brewer, a seemingly ordinary family man whose life takes an unsettling turn when he vanishes without a trace. As his loved ones desperately search for answers, a haunting video surfaces online, capturing Nick holding a sign that reads, “I abuse women. At 5 million views, I die.”
The Mess You Leave Behind
Opting to give her marriage another shot, Raquel, a youthful literature teacher, relocates to her husband’s hometown, only to discover it conceals a mysterious and unsettling secret that she endeavors to unveil.
Behind Her Eyes
A single mom becomes entangled in a web of psychological manipulations as she embarks on a clandestine affair with her psychiatrist supervisor, all the while forming a secretive friendship with his enigmatic wife.
When a stranger makes a shocking claim about his wife, family man Adam Price becomes entangled in a mystery as he desperately searches for answers.
Are you a fan of slow-burn mysteries that keep you guessing until the very end? Then “Stay Close” is the show for you. When Carlton Flynn vanishes 17 years to the night after Stewart Green did, it sets off a chain reaction in the lives of people connected to both men. The show is full of suspense and psychological tension, and it will keep you guessing until the very end.
“Queen Charlotte” is a prequel to the uber-popular “Bridgerton” that tells the story of Queen Charlotte’s early life and marriage to King George III. The show is full of intrigue, romance, and historical drama, and it will give you a new appreciation for one of the most fascinating characters in the “Bridgerton” universe. The show itself stands as a mini-series.
Are you a fan of coming-of-age stories with a touch of sports drama? Then “Queen’s Gambit” is the show for you. The story follows Beth Harmon, an orphaned chess prodigy who struggles with addiction and personal demons as she strives to become the world’s greatest chess player. The show is beautifully shot and acted, and might spark a new interest in chess.
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12 TV Shows That Are Often Called “The Best TV Show Ever”
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Binge-Worthy Bonanza: The 13 Best Netflix Shows With at Least 3 Seasons
Ever started watching a show on Netflix only to be disappointed because there were so few seasons or it was canceled? Here are some great shows that have at least three seasons so you can really get your binge on!
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10 Overrated Netflix Shows That Didn’t Live Up to the Hype
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