The Best Binge-Worthy Fall T.V. Shows

Finding good fall shows nowadays can be like trying to find a missing sock in mountains of laundry, so that’s where we can help. We have accumulated five of the best fall shows, there’s drama, horror, pumpkins, and lots of coffee, and in a Seattle fall, finding a new show to binge this season is a must.

  1. Gilmore Girls (2000)

This show has been a fall favorite since it came out in October 2000, and it takes place in Stars Hollow, Connecticut with Lorelei and Rory Gilmore, a mother-daughter duo. Lorelei is a single mother who became pregnant with Rory at 16 and cut ties with her wealthy parents, but the family soon comes together when Rory’s grandparents agree to pay for her tuition at an elite school—but only if they have a weekly dinner. We follow Rory’s journey through her adolescence and young adulthood, the show is full of drama, romance, and comedy, and gets the audience hooked within the first few episodes.


  1. American Horror Story (2011)

American Horror Story is a popular choice to today’s teens and young adults with its trilling and haunting stories. The show follows the story of the family tree of the Hamon family who moved to Los Angeles from Boston trying to escape the torment of their past. Unfortunately, the Hamon’s are not safe in their new home, as it is already occupied by demonic creatures. This series is the longest on our list at an impressive 11 seasons with 92% of watchers saying they loved it.


  1. The End of the ______World (2017)

The End of the _____ World is a British comedy drama consisting of two seasons. The main character, James, is a 17-year-old weirdo who believes he is a psychopath and seeks out a plan to murder his first person, Alyssa. They run away together and go on a road-trip through England and a romance blossom. This pair goes through several crazy and intense events further strengthening their bond. This show will forever be a Netflix favorite and has a 94% on Rotten Tomatoes.


  1. Freaks and Geeks (1999)

 Freaks and Geeks is a one season American teen comedy and drama that takes place in the 80s, in the small town of Chippewa, Michigan. It follows Lindsay and her younger brother Sam in high school, and their friend groups are called the “freaks and geeks.” Lindsay seeks to transform her life that fall from straight A nerd to a popular rebellious teenager. The shows follow her desire to be a “cool,” and follows her relationships between her friends, self-image, and growing tensions between her and her parents. Incredibly relatable and entertaining, this would be a perfect fit for any teenager and a great fall pick with an incredible 100% rating on rotten tomatoes and is adored by audiences and critics alike.


  1. A Series of Unfortunate Events (2017)

“A Series of Unfortunate Events” is a Netflix original and is perfect for Halloween with its ominous and eerie plot. It consists of three seasons that follows three orphans, Violet, Klaus, and Sunny whose parents were killed in a tragic fire. They are placed in the care of their ‘distant relative’ Count Olaf, and the story follows the Baudelaire children’s journey trying to escape Count Olaf and his attempts to steal their fortune, all while uncovering the secrets of their parents’ past. This series has a 96% Rotten Tomatoes and has been nominated for many awards.