Top 5 Best Shows on TV You’ve Never Seen

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On a normal day, you probably get home from work, make something to eat, and scroll through Netflix for a few minutes. Then you just re-watch The Office in its entirety for the sixth time. It’s not a bad choice, but there are other options between the thousands of shows and movies on Netflix, Hulu, and cable.

But why waste time getting invested in a new show when you don’t know if it’ll pan out? Luckily there are people who actually watch other stuff to try and find the best shows on TV. Let’s see if we can’t find you another show to watch so you can talk to your coworkers in something else than Michael quotes.

The Best Shows on TV

Not specifically just TV, but Netflix and Hulu too. There’s great programming all over the place, especially if you can figure out how to get an m3u playlist working.

Channel Zero

If you like Black Mirror, Twilight Zone, and American Horror Story, you’ll probably like this. Now it’s on Hulu after originally airing on Syfy a few years back and officially ending last year.

This horror anthology dug into the well of popular creepypasta stories of the internet. Each season is self-contained with six episodes each, perfect for binging over the course of a couple of weekends.

Altered Carbon


While it’s short with only 10 episodes, it’s very sweet. Altered Carbon is a future-techno sci-fi mystery that leaves you wanting more. Fortunately, it was picked up for a second season after its 2018 run.

The basic premise is that immortality is effectively within reach as long as you have the money. A long-dead rebel is brought back after two and a half centuries to solve the murder of the man who hires him, despite evidence pointing to suicide.


You’ve probably heard the expression. A catch-22 means you’re trapped in a situation because of contradictions. The show is a Hulu adaption of a novel, same as Altered Carbon.

The short series focuses on John Yossarian as he tries to get out of WWII by pleading insanity. Unfortunately, only a sane man would want to leave, and a sane man is fit to serve.



Starting in Canada before moving to Hulu and American cable, Pure is a story about drug problems in the Mennonite community. But this isn’t a documentary even though it is based on possibly true events. Just don’t take it as a realistic depiction of the group.

In the show, a new pastor wants to stop drug trafficking in his community by tipping the police off to another Mennonite. But when the mob finds out, he is forced to work for them or he endangers his family.

Tuca & Bertie

If you’re looking for something weird and colorful with a definite feminist twist, you may enjoy this. It feels like Bojack Horsemanthanks to producer and production designer, Lisa Hanawalt, creating this show. It may end up as one of the best comedy shows on Netflix.

The titular characters, Tuca and Bertie, are two birds taking on adulthood and responsibilities. But they aren’t so adult-like or responsible for themselves. It started this month so hop on the train now so we can all suffer waiting for a second season together.

Get Binging


There’s so much content coming out that it’s impossible to nail down the new best shows on TV. But this list will at least get you through a few weeks. Check out our other articles for news, entertainment, and useful tips.