TV Shows You Should Binge-Watch Right Now, From ‘OITNB’ to ‘Better Call Saul’ (Photos)

Sam Rosenberg
The Wrap
TV Shows You Should Binge-Watch Right Now, From ‘OITNB’ to ‘Better Call Saul’ (Photos)

Summer’s here, and so is our list of the best TV shows currently streaming that you need to binge-watch now, from “Better Call Saul” to “Silicon Valley” to “Orange is the New Black.”

 

“Master of None” (season 1 on Netflix)

The first season of comedian Aziz Ansari‘s universally praised “Master of None” consists of 10 episodes, each at around a half-hour. Season 2 is set to premiere sometime next year, so it shouldn’t take very long to watch all of “Master of None” on Netflix before then.

“Love” (season 1 on Netflix)

Like “Master of None,” the Judd Apatow-produced “Love” also includes 10 episodes in its first season. Additionally, the show’s second season is slated to premiere in 2017, leaving lots of time to binge-watch “Love.”

“Catastrophe” (seasons 1-2 on Amazon)

With only six half-hour episodes in each of its two seasons, Amazon’s acclaimed sitcom “Catastrophe” is an easy binge. Co-stars and creators Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney are currently writing season 3, which has yet to have a release date.

“Lady Dynamite” (season 1 on Netflix)

Comedian Maria Bamford wowed critics with her recent Netflix outing “Lady Dynamite,” a hilarious meta-satire about Bamford’s life and career. Netflix hasn’t renewed “Lady Dynamite” yet for a second season; while you’re waiting, watch the first season’s 12 episodes.

“Black Mirror” (seasons 1-3 on Netflix)

The darkly, darkly satiric series looks at how technology robs us of our humanity — or just gives us excuses to abandon it. In the new, third season, creator Charlie Brooker looks at everything from love (“San Junipero”) to war (“Men Against Fire”). Here are all 13 episodes, ranked.