10 Shows to Get Into this Month

10 Shows to Get Into this Month


1. True Detective

Where to watch: HBO/HBO Go

An anthology series (i.e. you don't have to watch seasons in order) focusing on police investigations that reveal the personal and professional secrets of those involved both within and outside the law. The show’s most recent season (Season 3) tells the story of a disturbing crime that takes place in the Ozarks. Mahershala Ali stars as the lead detective on the case who’s eager to solve the mystery that deepens over decades and plays out in three separate time periods.


Haunting of Hill House

Where to watch: Netflix

Flashing between past and present, a broken family is forced to come together after a tragedy to confront the haunting memories of their old home and the terrifying events that drove them from it. Hands down one of the BEST horror series I’ve seen.


Sex Education

Where to watch: Netflix

Growing up in a sex-positive household, a teenage boy with a mother as a sex therapist gets inspired to team up with a classmate to start an underground sex clinic at school.


Russian Doll

Where to watch: Netflix

Similar to Groundhog’s Day, Nadia can’t seem to escape her 36th birthday. She continues to die over and over again and awakens to relive her birthday party yet again. She cycles through her life, trauma, and drugs to try and make sense of why this is happening to her and how she can fix it.

Wayward Pines

Where to watch: Hulu

A FBI agent gets sent to the town of “Wayward Pines”  in search of two missing agents, but soon realizes the town has a secret and those who enter Wayward Pines are never allowed to leave.

Big Little Lies

Where to watch: HBO/ HBO Go

Zoe Kravitz, Reese Witherspoon, Laura Dern, Nicole Kidman and Shailene Woodley star in this drama about four very different mothers whose commonalities push them to  become the prime suspects of a murder investigation.

The Sinner

Where to watch: Netflix for the first season, USA for the second

Another anthology series that delves into how and why ordinary people commit brutal crimes. Season 1 is available on Netflix and it focuses on a detective who digs deep into the past of a troubled young mother to determine why she randomly stabbed a man to death at the beach, but can’t remember her reason for doing it.



Where to watch: Netflix

Sam is a teenager diagnosed with autism that decides it's time for him to get a girlfriend. As Sam becomes more independent on this journey, his family must now adjust to finding a life outside of being his guardian.


Peaky Blinders

Where to watch: Netflix

A family of gypsy gangsters plans to expand their business empire beyond Birmingham, England and take out anyone who stands in their way. Think the “Godfather”, but with gypsies instead of Italians.



Where to watch: Netflix

Two FBI agents focus on understanding the mind of serial killers through interviews in order to allow them to prevent future killings from happening.

Honorable Mentions:

Game of Thrones

Where to watch: HBO

To answer your question: YES you should be watching to join in on all the twitter talk and YES you still have enough time to catch up before the 8th and final season. Based on the books “ A Song of Fire & Ice”, seven families fight for control over the seven kingdoms of Westeros to sit atop the Iron Throne, while an ancient enemy returns after being dormant for thousands of years to wipe them all out.


Handmaid's Tale

Where to watch: Hulu

In present day dystopia, Offred, a “handmaid”, is forced into child bearing servitude. Forced to be apart of a totalitarian society that treats women as property of the state, Offred makes it her mission to survive by any means necessary so she can find the daughter that was taken from her.  (If you’re not watching this show, get your life.)



Where to watch: Netflix

This Showtime series tells the story of Dexter, a man living two lives. By day he acts as a blood-spatter analyst for the Miami Police Department, but at night he’s a serial killer that *plot twist* only targets other murderers.


Black Mirror

Where to watch: Netflix

A Netflix anthology series in which each episode is independent and explores the dark side of technology and modern society and will literally make you go WTF most episodes.

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