The weekend is here, and it's time to return happily to our favourite spot on the couch and pick a show to binge-watch.
Whether it's a working weekend, chilling scenes with your friends, or just lazy time with a tub of popcorn, here's a list of shows that will hook you to the screen within the first few episodes. This weekend, enjoy some brilliant narratives and appealing characters.
Here we have for you some of the most highly acclaimed series from the West that can't be missed:1. Damages:
The award-winning legal thriller series 'Damages' revolves around Patty Hewes (Glenn Close), the New York-based ruthless lawyer who is best at what she does. Every season brings some interesting cases that Hewes and her law firm take on. With 4 Emmy Awards and 1 Golden Globe Award to its credit, 'Damages' rates high with an IMDB rating of 8.1, making it a pretty good watch.2. Unforgettable:
Starring Dylan Walsh as Lieutenant Al Burns, 'Unforgettable' is an interesting drama that's all about solving mysterious cases. Walsh is seen solving the cases with his girlfriend Carrie, which may remind you of 'Castle'.
Carrie Wells, a former police detective, has a rare ability to remember virtually everything she experiences, including detailed visual recall. She returns to police work and uses her ability to solve crimes.3. Timeless:
The sci-fi drama 'Timeless' S1-2 stars some biggies like Abigail Spencer, Malcolm Barrett, and Matt Lanter. When a historian, a scientist and a soldier are assigned the herculean task of stopping a mysterious organization from changing the American history through time travel, their connection to the master plan is revealed.
Witness the journey of an unlikely trio travelling through time in order to battle unknown criminals and protect history.4. Dark:
Another science fiction thriller makes its way to our list. Netflix's 'Dark' is set in an old German Town where children start disappearing from the fictional town of Winden. The disappearance of two young children exposes things that no one had thought of.
Double lives and fractured relationships of four families come out, secrets are revealed. 'Dark' is a proper family saga with a supernatural twist.5. The Tick:
In the world of Superheroes, 'Tick' comes as another addition. A nigh-invulnerable superhero in a blue tick costume arrives in The City to help combat crime and uncover the mysterious figure behind the city's underworld. An interesting watch indeed!6. Everything Sucks:
'Everything Sucks' revolves around the students at the Boring High School in Oregon in 1996. The show takes you back to teenage life in a simpler world without smartphones and other 21st-century technology.
It is a story of two nerds from high school who try hard to get noticed and the things they do to get famous. A laughter riot dealing with different issues of teenagers, this show is a must watch.7. The Red Oak:
Another show that tops the comedy-drama series is 'The Red Oak'. The show is all about David, a college student, who just starts with his work in a New Jersey country club during his summer break in 1985. The show digs deeper into David's life, with small stories revolving around his family, friends, and co-workers.8. Vikings:
Not as famous as 'Game of Thrones' but this show is indeed as awesome as 'Game of Thrones'. This historical drama is inspired by the sagas of Viking Ragnar Lothbrok, one of the best-known legendary Norse heroes and notorious as the scourge of England and France.
We see Ragnar as a farmer who rises to fame after successful raids in England and eventually becomes the Scandinavian king, with the support of his brother Rollo, his son Björn Ironside, and his wives—the shieldmaiden Lagertha and the princess Aslaug.
Aren't you now spoilt for choice? Make a pick and start binge-watching!