10 Series To Binge Watch This Weekend

It’s common for people to feel bored on weekends and have the urge to stay in bed and binge-watch TV. Having been sick with COVID-19, I’ve had the opportunity to watch an incredible number of TV series. As a result, I’ve compiled a list of 10 TV series that you can binge-watch this weekend.

Criminal Minds Evolution (Paramount+)

A highly skilled team of FBI profilers form an elite squad to analyze the most twisted criminal minds in the country, anticipating the next moves of perpetrators before they can strike again. Known as “mind hunters”, each team member brings their unique expertise to pinpoint the motivations of predators and identify emotional triggers to prevent their crimes. The core group consists of an official profiler who excels at penetrating the minds of criminals, a brilliant but unconventional genius, a former media liaison who effectively balances family life and work, and a computer wizard.

NCIS: Hawaii (Paramount)

NCIS: Hawaiʻi, which is the fourth series in the NCIS franchise, debuted on CBS on September 20, 2021, as an American police procedural television series. Vanessa Lachey stars as Jane Tennant, the Special Agent in Charge of a fictional team of special agents from the Naval Criminal Investigative Service stationed in Hawaiʻi. This show is a spin-off of the long-standing series, NCIS.

The Last of Us (HBO Max)

The Last of Us, an American post-apocalyptic drama television series, was created by Craig Mazin and Neil Druckmann for HBO, based on the 2013 video game developed by Naughty Dog. The show is set in 2023, two decades after a global pandemic caused by a mass fungal infection that turns its hosts into zombie-like creatures, leading to the collapse of society. The series follows Joel (played by Pedro Pascal), a smuggler who is assigned to escort the teenage Ellie (played by Bella Ramsey) across a post-apocalyptic United States. The show also features guest stars, including Nico Parker as Joel’s daughter Sarah, Gabriel Luna as Joel’s younger brother Tommy, Merle Dandridge as resistance leader Marlene, and Anna Torv as Joel’s smuggler partner Tess.

Ginny and Georgia (Netflix)

After the death of Georgia’s husband, fifteen-year-old Ginny Miller, her thirty-year-old mother Georgia, and Ginny’s younger brother Austin move to the fictional New England town of Wellsbury in search of a fresh start. This forms the premise of the television series, Ginny & Georgia.

Grey’s Anatomy

Debuting as a mid-season replacement on March 27, 2005, Grey’s Anatomy is an American medical drama TV series that airs on ABC. The show follows the journey of surgical interns, residents, and attendings as they navigate personal and professional relationships, growing from novice doctors into seasoned practitioners. The title of the series is an allusion to the classic human anatomy textbook, Gray’s Anatomy, which was written by Henry Gray and first published in London in 1858.

Hell’s Kitchen

Hell’s Kitchen is an American reality cooking competition show that first aired on Fox on May 30, 2005. The series, which was created by and features celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, is based on a British show of the same name. Each season, two teams of chefs battle it out to earn the coveted position of head chef at a restaurant, while working in the kitchen of a restaurant built in the TV studio. Over the course of each season, a progressive elimination format whittles down a group of 20 contestants to a single winner. In every episode, one participant is typically eliminated. Ramsay’s infamous explosive temper towards contestants is a prominent feature of the series, although it is largely dramatized for entertainment purposes. Hell’s Kitchen has garnered six Primetime Emmy Award nominations, and a chain of Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen restaurants has been established, inspired by the show.

Never Seen Again

In every episode, a different family member shares their story about the last time they saw their loved one before they disappeared without a trace. The show follows the heart-wrenching tales of missing sons, daughters, brothers, sisters, boyfriends, and girlfriends as their families search for answers.


Cops (stylized as COPS) is a long-running American television series that documents the reality of law enforcement. Currently in its 34th season, the show is produced by Langley Productions and premiered on the Fox network on March 11, 1989. The series follows city police officers, sheriff’s deputies, and sometimes state agencies during patrol, calls for service, and other police activities, such as prostitution and narcotic stings, as well as serving search and arrest warrants at criminal residences. Some episodes have also featured federal agencies. Following the cinéma vérité style, the show has no narration, scripted dialogue, or added sound effects, solely relying on the commentary of officers and the actions of the people they encounter. Each episode typically features three self-contained segments, often ending with one or more arrests.

The Masked Singer

The Masked Singer is an American reality competition television series that first aired on Fox on January 2, 2019, and is abbreviated as TMS. The show is part of the Masked Singer franchise, originating in South Korea, and features famous personalities performing songs while wearing elaborate head-to-toe costumes and masks that conceal their identities. Hosted by Nick Cannon, the program includes a panel of judges, including Ken Jeong, Jenny McCarthy Wahlberg, Nicole Scherzinger, and Robin Thicke. They attempt to guess the singers’ identities based on clues provided throughout the season. After each episode, the panel and the audience vote for their favorite singer, and the one with the fewest votes is eliminated and unveils their identity by removing their mask.

Too Hot To Handle

Too Hot to Handle is a dating game show produced by Talkback and Thames, Fremantle production companies, that premiered on Netflix on April 17, 2020. Created by Laura Gibson and Charlie Bennett, the show’s first season consists of eight episodes. Hosted by a virtual assistant named “Lana,” the series follows the journey of ten adults who struggle to form meaningful relationships and engage in casual flings. The contestants live together in a house for four weeks and participate in various workshops aimed at improving their emotional connection. However, they are forbidden from kissing, sexual contact, or self-gratification, and any rule-breaking results in a monetary prize reduction.

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