Don’t be surprised if you see a lot of long posts about mental health on your social media for the next few weeks because Netflix’s controversial series 13 Reasons Why is back with its second season.

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Hannah had left 13 tapes and the show had 13 episodes. They told the story they wanted to tell in those 13 episodes, I don’t think it needed another season. They’re probably just milking its success at this point and it’s probably gonna ruin the show, especially given the fact they have exhausted their source material by Jay Asher. Early reviews of the second season aren’t good either.

Instead of watching the second season of 13 Reasons Why, you can watch these relatively under-hyped shows instead.

Silicon Valley.

Silicon Valley is about struggles and joys of trying to build your own company with friends. It’s like TVF Pitchers, but way funnier and more interesting. 10 episodes, 30 min each per season, you can easily binge-watch the series before its season 5 finale. Definitely one of the best shows on TV right now.

IMDB Rating: 8.6

BoJack Horseman

If you love dark and depressing shows that make you want to cry yourself to sleep, Netflix’s BoJack Horseman is your GOLDMINE. It’s a Netflix adult animated show about a has-been depressed Horse trying to survive in Hollywood with help of his friends. It’s one of the funniest and most heart-shattering shows you’ll ever watch. Season 5 drops this year.

IMDB Rating: 8.5


Created by Jonathan Nolan, Westworld is HBO’s next big thing like Game of Thrones. Though, first few episodes are a bit slow and it might demotivate you, but please rally on because you don’t wanna miss this visually stunning mindf*ck show.

IMDB Rating: 8.9

Brooklyn Nine-Nine

Brooklyn nine-nine follows a group of police officers in NYPD’s 99th Precinct. The show is hugely popular among people for its unoffensive humor. It never relied on stereotypes for its punchlines which is very rare for a comedy series these days. It’s also considered groundbreaking for its portrayals of queer characters of color. 10/10 recommend you to watch it.

Mr. Robot

Mr. Robot is about a young computer programmer with mental health issues who is trying to bring down world’s biggest conglomerate. If you haven’t watched it yet, you’re missing out one of the greatest shows of our generation. But if you somehow stopped watching it in the middle of season 2, I understand, it’s a bit slow and boring but I promise you, season 3 more than makes up for it. Watch it before season 4 comes back in summer.

IMDB Rating: 8.6


A Series Of Unfortunate Events

Based on Lemony Snicket’s novels, it’s a lightweight binge-watchable series that will make you happy but don’t expect any happy endings. Season 2 comes back in March.

IMDb Rating: 7.9


Legion is probably one of the best superhero genre shows on TV right now. It’s about a schizophrenic man who discovers he has special powers. It will blow your mind with stunning visuals and witty narrative. Season 2 comes back this summer.

IMDb Rating: 8.5


It’s like How I Met Your Mother, but British. Lovesick is a Netflix series about a guy named Dylan who finds out he has an STD, and so he sets n a quest to get back in touch with every girl he has ever had sex with to let them know the bad news.
IMDB Rating: 8.1


Atypical is a light-watch binge-worthy series about a young guy on the autism spectrum who decides to start dating. New season comes back this year.

IMDB Rating: 8.3


The most popular Netflix series is coming back with season 4 at the end of 2018, and it’s time you finish first three seasons. A lot of people stopped watching it after Pablo died, but I promise you, season 3 revolving around Cali cartel is actually BETTER than first two season. Don’t miss it.

IMDB Rating: 8.9


Plot: “Medical resident Liv turns into a zombie and takes up a job at a morgue to satisfy her craving for consuming fresh human brains, only to discover that she absorbs the memories of those she feeds on.” New season comes back In February.

IMDb Rating: 8.0

The Handmaid’s Tale.

The Handmaid’s Tale is based on a dystopian novel by Margaret Atwood. It’s about a fertile woman, June, who lives as a concubine to a Gileadan officer and his wife. While she forced to agree to their strict rules and conditions, she hopes to be free and reunite with her daughter.

The End of the F***ING World

This British dark comedy is about two angst-ridden teenagers James (Alex Lawther), who thinks he’s a psychopath and Alyssa (Jessica Barden), a mean girl who’s new at school. They forge a strange bond over a road trip to find Alyssa’s father. A very light series you binge-watch in just 2 hours. Also the highest rated Netflix series on rotten tomatoes.