Have any binge plans?

Here are five TV shows that you should be catching up on

House of Cards


Are you as excited as us to watch the third season of the political thriller, House of Cards which premieres on February 27th? You should be. At the end of the second season, Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey), was sworn in as the President of the USA. The third season will see a different set of political evils waiting in the shadows of the White House. Supposedly, Russia is the new enemy. In Underwood’s own famous words, “Let’s see if he stays with the herd or joins the pack.”




While some start new seasons, some shows are wrapping up. Suits will air their season finale soon (March 6) and you should catch up on everything you’ve missed out on before that. Their last episode saw Harvey (Gabriel Macht) and Mike (Patrick J. Adams) struggle to save the Liberty rail case. Don’t know which case that is? Watch.


How to Get Away with Murder


This show started last year and has garnered critical acclaim, fantastic viewership and brought home all the major awards this year. And the two-hour long (much awaited) season finale airs tonight. Nail-biting and addictive, the show revolves around a murder and a law professor (Viola Davis who teaches her students to get away with it.


The Walking Dead


There is nothing more thrilling than a horror drama about survival. In its fifth season now and called The Walking Deceased, this zombie drama refuses to die out. This season follows the survivors who face several threats from both humans and the walkers. Its season finale is a few episodes away, so you should get busy already.


Better Call Saul


Breaking Bad loyalists will be really happy to hear about this new spin-off. Premiering this month, Better Call Saul takes Breaking Bad ahead on a new tangent. During the first episode, it was reported, “It’s been more than a year since Walter White cooked his last batch of crystal meth, and AMC is returning to the world of Breaking Bad with Better Call Saul, a prequel series following the shady lawyer played by Bob Odenkirk in the original series. Messing with the history of a show as revered as Breaking Bad is a tricky prospect, but it’s also an intriguing one.” We agree.



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