From Game of Thrones, Stranger Things, The Office, Peaky Blinders to The Wire, check out the list of the most binge-worthy shows of all time
Still from Game of Thrones
Ranker is a website where people vote on all sorts of things, like the best baseball players, movies with monsters, and even spooky ghosts.They even have polls for TV shows, like which ones are the most fun to watch all in one go. Right now, the top show for binge-watching, according to Ranker, is Game of Thrones, with a whopping 1.5 million votes from netizens.
About House of the Dragon
Despite concluding in 2019, Game of Thrones retains a remarkable hold on viewers, particularly the internet savvy, who engage in online voting polls. The popularity of the show is still intact after five years, despite the unsettling final season, highlighting the show's complex and captivating ending. Hence, HBO came up with Game of Thrones’ prequel – House of the Dragon, which first premiered in 2022, and within no time, it also successfully captured netizens' hearts.
Other Best Binge-Worthy Shows of All Time
Beyond the epic fantasy of Game of Thrones, the Best Binge-Worthy TV Shows of All Time list showcases a spectrum of captivating narratives. Stranger Things' retro sci-fi chills and Breaking Bad's moral dilemmas keep you glued to the screen. The Office's cringe-worthy humour and Sherlock's intellectual puzzles offer unique thrills, while Friends and The Big Bang Theory provide heartwarming comfort. This diverse collection ensures there's a show for every mood and craving.
House of the Dragon Season 2 renewal
However, HBO has renewed House of the Dragon's second season, which will be released probably in early Summer 2024. Just two weeks ago HBO Max dropped the captivating teaser of Season 2. The teaser time travels us back to Westeros, two-hundred years before Daenerys Targaryen's rise to power. While getting delved deeper into the Targaryen dynasty's history, you can once again encounter Daemon Targaryen (Matt Smith) and Queen Rhaenyra Targaryen (Emma D'Arcy) as they engage in a fierce battle for control of Westeros's territories, following the shocking events of the Season 1 finale.