Binge Worthy Shows You May Have Missed in 2020

There is a great lineup of shows you can always stream but sometimes time can get away from us and before we know it, there are a bunch to choose from. You may have some free time on your hands and want to start a series that is worthy of your bingeing time, but you don’t know where to start. Between Netflix, Apple TV, Hulu, and Disney + there is a variety of amazing options to choose from. Here are some of our favorite binge worthy shows you may have missed in 2020 you can stream now.

American Horror Story: 1984 

If you’re a fan of Ryan Murphy’s anthology series, American Horror Story, the latest season just dropped on Netflix and is perfect for streaming. The episodes are only an hour long and the season could be anywhere from ten to thirteen episodes. This year’s season is titled 1984, where we are taken back to the 80’s at a summer camp. Of course, there is an insane serial killer on the loose at the camp, but you also learn the horrific back stories of some of the camp counselors. This season is gory, and a great mix of horror and it was well received by its audience. 

Grey’s Anatomy 

Yes, this series has been on for a very long time, but you might not have caught up on season 17 and now it’s you chanced. The entire season is on ABC’s streaming platform where you can follow the doctors at Seattle Grace Hospital and the drama that ensues there. Season 17 was cut short by three episodes due to COVID but once you finished binging it, you can start the newest season right where season 17 left off. 

Killing Eve – Binge Worthy Shows You May Have Missed in 2020

Killing Eve is an Emmy-winner series, and its fourth season is currently delayed due to COVID. The third season is now available though on Hulu and you can follow this cat and mouse show about a psychopathic assassin that is obsessed with an intelligence investigator. 

The Mandalorian

If you haven’t jumped on the Mandalorian bandwagon now may be the time. The Star Wars show follows a bounty hunter that is trying to locate “The Child” and of course you can finally see why everyone is obsessed with Baby Yoda. The first season is on Disney + and they recently uploaded the first three episodes of season 2 to the platform. 


Equal is a docuseries on HBO Max that follows the heroes and events of the LGBTQ+ Civil Rights Movement. It includes never before seen footage of historical events and it follows events like The Mattachine Society, the 20th-century trans experience, and the 1966 Compton Cafeteria riots in San Francisco. 

The Crown – Binge Worthy Shows You May Have Missed in 2020

This historical drama follows Queen Elizabeth II’s life between 1977 and 1990. The fourth season just dropped on Netflix where we get our first look at Lady Diana Spencer. Fans were eager for this newest season, but the first three seasons are also ready for streaming on the platform. 


If you need things to lighten up a little, catch up on Scrubs. This medical comedy aired for nine seasons and is ready to watch on Amazon Prime right now. You can follow doctors J.D. played by Zach Braff and Christopher Turk, played by Donald Faison, as they navigate their way through the hospital. The medical comedy is way lighter than Grey Anatomy but there are some dramatic episodes too. 

The Undoing 

This miniseries is on HBO Max and features Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant that is based off Jean Hanff Korelitz’s novel You Should Have Known. The show follows Kidman, who plays Grace, which is dealing with tragedy after tragedy and trying to navigate through life and be understood. New episodes are released weekly, and the final is set to premier on November 29. 

Superstore – Binge Worthy Shows You May Have Missed in 2020

Cloud 9 is back for a sixth season and we are here to follow the lives of the employees at the big-box discount store. The show is led by America Ferrera and Ben Feldman but Ferrera will be living halfway through the sixth season. You can watch the entire series right now on Hulu. 


This popular sitcom is back for its seventh season where we watch an upper-class Black Johnson family live their lives and deal with everyday issues. The show is hilarious, but it does deal with racial undertones and what is happening in the world today. Each show does have important lessons, but we still get the funny with it. You can watch all seven seasons on Hulu right now. 

There will never be a short of amazing shows you can stream on almost any platform. Hopefully one of these shows will bring you joy and spark that bingeing pleasure.