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In need of a TV series to binge-watch? Let us help

From classics to comedies.

IT’S CHRISTMAS TIME. You finally have those extra hours you promised yourself all year that you’d have to catch up with those boxsets that you were dying to watch.

But which ones to watch first?

We’ve organised our favourites by category, so you can choose at a glance. Got something to recommend? Tell us in the comments.

Something nostalgic

  • Stranger Things (Netflix)

Source: Netflix US & Canada/YouTube

  • Gilmore Girls (Netflix)

Source: Netflix US & Canada/YouTube

Something for Downton Abbey fans

  • The Crown (Netflix)

Source: Netflix US & Canada/YouTube

  • The Young Pope (Sky/HBO)

Source: Series Trailer MP/YouTube

Something to make me think

  • Westworld (HBO)

Source: HBO/YouTube

Something with action in it

  • Jessica Jones (Netflix)

Source: Netflix US & Canada/YouTube

  • Hannibal (Amazon)

Source: HannibalLecter/YouTube

  • Breaking Bad (Netflix/DVD)

Source: Trailer Blend/YouTube

Something to make me laugh

  • Master of None (Netflix)

Source: Netflix US & Canada/YouTube

  • The Thick of It (Netflix/DVD)

Source: BBC/YouTube

  • Alan Partridge (Netflix/DVD)

Source: SozLike/YouTube

Some new comedy

  • Can’t Cope, Won’t Cope (RTÉ Player)

Source: RTÉ2/YouTube

  • Fleabag (Amazon)

Source: BBC Store/YouTube

A classic that I’ve been meaning to watch

  • The Wire (Amazon/DVD)

Source: WillBurkartFilms/YouTube

  • The West Wing (Sky on Demand/DVD)

Source: wadde/YouTube

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