15 TV Shows You Need to Watch on Binge

15 TV Shows You Need to Watch on Binge
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Although it’s relatively new, Binge has some of the best TV shows on offer across all the streaming platforms. So much so that it can be overwhelming trying to figure out what to watch, but don’t worry because we’ve listed 15 TV shows you can find on Binge that we love.

Hopefully, you’ll find something worth your time on this list.

15 of the best TV shows on Binge


The Last of Us 

You really thought we’d make a list of the best TV shows to watch on Binge and not include The Last of Us? C’mon, this heart-wrenching story of Joel and Ellie having to traverse through a post-outbreak America is still all that’s ever on our minds.


Peacemaker is a hilarious spin-off to the DCEU’s The Suicide Squad – the James Gunn one, not the bad one. Following the titular anti-hero, Peacemaker, his eagle sidekick, and a rag-tag squad that are tasked with uncovering threats to the world. It’s a gory and funny superhero comedy, and if you want to see the best of what the DCEU has to offer, Peacemaker is definitely a highlight.

Discovery of Witches

Historian and witch Diana Bishop accesses Ashmole 782 and knows she must solve its mysteries. She is offered help by …a vampire, of course, and witches should never trust vampires.

Doom Patrol 

Doom Patrol is a funny story of what happens to a team of people when they somehow become superheroes following a horrible accident. Most of them are traumatised from what they’ve experienced and it’s left them scarred. However, they must come together to investigate some weird shit that’s going on in the world. It’s quite a sweet TV show, actually.

House of the Dragon 

House of the Dragon was probably one of the biggest TV shows of 2022 and lucky for us, we can watch it over and over on Binge. The show follows the reign of House Targaryen as a 200-year prequel to Game of Thrones, which is based on George R.R Martin’s Fire & BloodHouse of the Dragon tells the story of the Targaryen civil war with King Viserys I’s children fighting for control.

Game of Thrones

Binge has all eight seasons of this smash TV show for you to sink your dragon’s teeth into if you’re yet to. In case you’ve been under a rock, Game of Thrones is about nine noble families who constantly wage war against each other to gain control of Westeros. At the same time, an unexpected force threatens all humanity.

My Adventures With Superman

The only animated show on our list, My Adventures With Superman is a refreshing all-ages take on the Man of Steel, far from the bleak tone of the DCEU and a fairly pleasant superhero show on its own terms. It’s definitely worth watching if you’re after a show in the background, or an animated superhero show with a loveable himbo lead.

White Lotus 

White Lotus is probably one of the most iconic shows and took a hold of social media, mostly for the TV show’s iconic moments. For those who don’t know, White Lotus sees a bunch of rich, privileged people go on a vacation that is ultimately filled with dysfunctions, murder and affairs. It makes me feel better about not having an abundance of money. Binge also has both seasons of this TV show available to stream. (Not the usual Gizmodo content but it took hold of us).


Veep is hands down one of the funniest political satire TV shows going around. All seven seasons of this show will make you laugh so hard you’ll have to pause to catch air. I had no idea how funny it would be to watch the Vice President of the United States fumble through her career and fight against the most bizarre mishaps.


A coming of age tale as old as time, just featuring witches, vampires, and werewolves. It’s a Vampire Diaries spin-off, so you know what that means.


Succession is a captivating drama-comedy telling the story of the Roy family, media moguls that control one of the biggest news organisations in the late 2010s, in a fascinating analogue of real-world media empires. It’s an extremely compelling show, having wrapped up last year, and I highly recommend you binge it.


Not enough people talk about Watchmen and we’re here to change that. That’s why we’ve added it to our best Binge TV shows list. In Watchmen, masked vigilantes are treated as criminals by the government forcing some of them to join forces and start a mutiny. At the same time, others team up to stop said mutiny. It’s a great show.

Battlestar Galactica

Battlestar Galactica (2004) is all available to stream on Binge, along with the original 1978 series, and the movies. After humanity is attacked by an alien race called Cylons, the surviving ships escape into space, in search of a new home, led by the Battlestar Galactica. It’s definitely worth watching if you like Star Trek or Star Gate.


I think if you’re a sci-fi fan, it’s your responsibility to have watched Westworld at least once. It’s a staple. Basically, this Binge TV show is set in a futuristic Western-themed amusement park but things start to quickly unravel when the automaton robots start to malfunction.

Walking Dead 

All hail The Walking Dead, the TV show that never seemed to end, until it did. This zombie apocalypse show dragged on a bit but the first few seasons are so good that you’ll feel obliged to stick around to see how it all comes to an end.

Head over to Binge to take a look through the rest of the TV shows. Happy streaming!

Want more suggestions across the other streaming services? Check out our guide to the best TV shows on Stan, the best TV shows on Prime Video, the best TV shows on Netflix, the best TV shows on Disney+, the best TV shows on Paramount+, and the best TV shows on Apple TV+. This article has been updated since it was first published.

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