We are all, in one way or another, in love or addicted to something that gives our lives meaning, and makes it worth while to wake up everyday and go through the daily grind. It can be a person, place, and even a thing. But for those who interact with Netflix, Hulu, or HBO Now on a daily basis, sometimes good shows unexpectedly bring us the joy in life and offer an escape from everything. These are the shows that usually take quite a long time to watch, but still manage to captivate us and draw us in to the never ending storyline. However, other TV series exist, ones that are only about ten episodes or less. These shows, if watched one episode per day, are still quite as entertaining and don't take nearly as long to watch.
With all of that being said, we have gathered a list of some of the best TV series that are full of wonder and entertainment. Oh, and the best part? They are only so many episodes long, meaning, you will be pulled in, but they will not take you an eternity to get through. Here are fifteen awesome TV series that you can watch in a week, weekend, or even a day.
15 The Night Of, 8 Episodes, HBO Now
14 Parade's End, 5 Episodes, HBO Now
13 Olive Kitteridge, 4 Episodes, HBO Now
12 The Hollow Crown, 7 Episodes, Google Play
11 A Young Doctor's Notebook, 8 Episodes, Netflix
10 The Beauty Inside, 6 Episodes, Netflix
9 Little Dorrit, 14 Episodes, iTunes
8 11.22.63, 8 Episodes, Hulu
7 Houdini, 2 Episodes, Netflix
6 The Town, 3 Episodes, iTunes
5 The Escape Artist, 3 Episodes, Amazon Prime
4 Millennium, 6 Episodes, Netflix
3 The Slap, 8 Episodes, Netflix
2 Utopia, 12 Episodes, Netflix
1 And Then There Were None, Google Play
Once again, if you are a long fan of mysteries, then this show will no doubt take you on a tour of wonder, suspense, and even a little terror. In this series, a group of people are mysteriously invited to an island. Upon arriving, they discover the place they are going to is a castle. After they are all gathered at a grand table, each one of them finds out that the hosts of the castle aren't home. The only people living there are the servants, two people who happen to be married. The couple ends up playing a recording to them on a gramophone. The voice from the device is quick to accuse everyone at the table of murder and ends up making a promise that they would all pay for their deeds. Slowly, people start dying one by one and a question is beckoned: is the killer among them?
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