No More Cliffhangers: 21 Shows on Netflix That Actually Finish Their Stories

Are you in the mood for a lazy day and some binge-watching? There’s nothing better than winding down with a couple episodes of your favorite television show. But with so many options out there, where should you start?


A great place to start is with these fan-favorite, full series on Netflix. They’re ready and waiting for you to binge to your heart’s content. Happy viewing!

1.      Breaking Bad

Breaking Bad _ Season 5, Episode 10.
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Breaking Bad has been a cult favorite since its inception in 2008, and it’s easy to see why. This riveting crime drama follows the life of Walter White, a high school chemistry teacher. After receiving a stage-three cancer diagnosis, Walter enters the grisly world of drug-dealing.


With five critically acclaimed seasons all available on Netflix, Breaking Bad is an obvious must-watch.

2.      Schitt’s Creek

Catherine O'Hara, Eugene Levy, and Annie Murphy in Schitt's Creek (2015)
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You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, and everything in between. Schitt’s Creek is the modern sitcom the world of television didn’t know it needed.


The wealthy Rose family suddenly lose their entire fortune and are forced to live like… normal people? Follow this out-of-touch family as they get their first minimum wage jobs and more!

3.      Peaky Blinders

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Fans of historical dramas will adore Peaky Blinders, the six season phenomenon that people can’t stop talking about.


Set after the First World War, Peaky Blinders follows a street gang and their notorious crime boss. From dangerous heists to murders, the action and mystery is practically nonstop. Plus, with recurring historical characters, the show feels just like real life.

4.      Dead to Me

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Girl power abounds in this suspenseful dark comedy that you won’t want to miss. And with only three seasons, it’s a quick watch that’s perfect for binging.


After Jen’s husband dies in a hit-and-run, she joins a grief support group. She soon befriends Judy, a lovable free spirit. But Judy has a big secret: she’s the one who killed Jen’s husband.

5.      House of Cards

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House of Cards is a beloved political thriller that expertly takes on serious themes. The show follows politician Frank Underwood, and his rise to power in America’s government.


Both dramatic and thought-provoking, House of Cards is quality entertainment that you won’t want to miss. With six seasons to boast, this show will keep you busy – in the best way.

6.      The Haunting of Hill House

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Based on the book by the same name, The Haunting of Hill House is a powerful horror drama. Despite only having one season, the show has gained a cult following of many loyal fans.


After experiencing traumatic paranormal experiences in their childhood home, the Crain siblings have spent years apart. A death brings them together, and draws them back to the house they grew up in. But something dark has been waiting all these years.

7.      Ozark

Ozark. (L to R) Laura Linney as Wendy Byrde, Sofia Hublitz as Charlotte Byrde in Season 4 Part 2 Episode 3 of Ozark.

Ozark is a popular crime drama that quickly hooks viewers after the first episode. With a delightful cast of characters and a twisting storyline, it’s easy to get invested.


Money-laundering in the Midwest? Check. Dangerous twists and turns that will shock you like no other? Also, check. Ozark has four thrilling seasons that are the perfect length to binge – and you won’t regret it!

8.      The Good Place

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This lighthearted comedy features a rockstar cast and a creative premise that’s sure to delight viewers. Plus, it’s full of plot twists that are impossible to guess!


Eleanor dies and wakes up in the “good place”: afterlife, for the good guys. There’s only one problem – Eleanor knows that she doesn’t belong in the good place. And even worse, she might’ve taken the real Eleanor’s spot.

9.      Better Call Saul

Bob Odenkirk as Saul Goodman - Better Call Saul _ Season 6, Episode 13.
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Better Call Saul is a spin-off of Breaking Bad, but it can be enjoyed on its own, too! Across its six seasons, the show follows a con artist on his quest to become a good man.


Fans of crime dramas will love Better Call Saul; it’s exciting, sarcastic, and full of depth. Make sure you’re ready to binge, because this is one show you won’t want to stop watching.

10.   Bojack Horseman

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Cartoons are for kids, right? Well, not necessarily.


Bojack Horseman is a dark comedy following the life of a humanoid horse and his questionable life choices. It’s funny and thought-provoking at the same time: the best kind of binge.

11.   Bloodline

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Bloodline is a gripping thriller that’s hard to stop watching once you start. Centered around family drama and dangerous secrets, Bloodline is frighteningly realistic.


With three seasons to cover and a complex storyline, why not start now? This is one that you won’t want to miss.

12.   Russian Doll

Russian Doll. Natasha Lyonne as Nadia Vulvokov in episode 201 of Russian Doll.

This exciting comedy-drama series is the perfect mix of action, romance, and good laughs. Plus, it’s bound to keep you guessing until the end!


Nadia is stuck in a time loop: it’s her 36th birthday, and she keeps dying every time. While trying to understand this, she meets a man experiencing the same thing. Can they figure out how to stop the time loop (preferably without dying)?

13.   Lucifer


Urban fantasy fans, this ones for you. Lucifer is a six-season show that revolves around a devil who’s living in Los Angeles. Everything changes when he gets involved in a murder investigation and has to help the police department.


Fast-paced, funny, and action-packed, Lucifer is a long-time fan-favorite.

14.   Mindhunter

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Mindhunter is a psychological crime thriller that dives into real-life questions fearlessly. What better way to catch a serial killer than to understand them?


Two FBI agents begin studying serial killers and getting to know their brain. But it’s a terrifying, dark path to discover the answers they’re seeking.

15.   The OA

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The OA is a sci-fi mystery that blew its viewers mind when it was first released. With only two seasons, it’s a quick watch that continues to surprise its audience to this day.


A missing woman resurfaces after years with one shocking change: she’s no longer blind. She sets out to save more missing people, and uncovers a whole new world along the way.

16.   Santa Clarita Diet

Drew Barrymore in Santa Clarita Diet.
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Horror, comedy, and even shock value: Santa Clarita Diet has it all. This popular three-season show is a fun, bingeable watch you won’t want to miss.


Real estate agents Joel and Sheila have a deeply normal life. That is, until Sheila becomes undead and suddenly needs to eat… human flesh?

17.   The End of the **** World

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The End of the {redacted} World has all the makings of a cult classic. It’s peppered with quirky characters and an unpredictable plot – plus, it’s funny.


Seventeen-year-old James thinks he’s a psychopath. He wants to kill a human, and he chooses Alyssa. Alyssa hates her life at home, and decides to run away – but she takes James with her. What could possibly go wrong?

18.   Arcane

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This animated steampunk show was based on a video game – but its fan base has expanded much wider. It received several awards for animation, plot, and even voice acting!


Follow the lives of two sisters – Vi and Jinx – amongst political uprising and turmoil. Excellent world-building and characterization make this show a must-watch.

19.   Midnight Mass


Midnight Mass is a gothic horror series that you won’t be able to look away from. Plus, with only one season, it’s perfect for a quick binge.


After spending four years in prison, a young man returns to his hometown on an isolated island. At the same time, a priest arrives in the community, intent on reviving the town’s faith. A series of dangerous events unfold that connect the man and the priest in unbelievable ways.

20.   Grace and Frankie

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In the mood for a good laugh? You might want to give Grace and Frankie a try.


Grace and Frankie are rivals – until they receive shocking news. Their husbands have fallen in love with each other. Newly single, the two women must learn to rely on each other: and have some fun along the way.

21.   The Last Kingdom

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Epic historical fiction? Check. Action, adventure, and bloodshed? Check. A must-watch? Also, check.


The Last Kingdom follows the lore and history of the Medieval Age. From Viking invasions to Danish war camps, there’s no end to the excitement.



Now that you know about some of the best full series on Netflix, it’s time to get watching. Not only are these shows top-rated, but they’re purely entertaining, too. There’s something for everyone in here, so have fun binging!

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FEBRUARY 4, 2006 - BERLIN: Axel Werner, Michael Rothmann in the theater play "Waiting for Godot" (by Samuel Beckett, directed by George Tabori), Berliner Ensemble, Berlin.
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