Enjoying the warmer weather isn’t always everyone’s priority int he summer. For some, it’s all about catching up on their favorite TV shows. Luckily for coach potatoes, there are dozens of binge-worthy shows available dos dream on Netflix this summer. Here’s 12 of the best to start watching.

“Orange Is The New Black”

The ladies of Litchfield are back. In Season 5, which was released on June 9, the entire storyline takes place over the course of three days. The first four seasons are also available to stream.

“Iron Fist”

Before Netflix premieres its superhero ensemble “The Defenders” on Aug. 18, check out one of the inspiring series. “Iron Fist,” “Jessica Jones” and “Luke Cage” and two seasons of “Daredevil” are also available to stream.

Fuller House Candace Cameron Bure and Andrea Barber in “Fuller House” Season 2. Photo: Netflix

“Fuller House”

Looking for a fun sitcom? Consider checking out the spinoff of the 90s hit “Full House” with Netflix’s “Fuller House.” The series brings back all of the show’s big stars but focuses on DJ (Candace Cameron Bure) as she raises her three children as a single mother. Netflix already has two full seasons uploaded, which means there’s tons of time to catch up with the Tanner family.

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“Pretty Little Liars”

Never found the time to watch the adaptation of Marlene King’s hit YA series? Now you can catch up on all seven seasons of the crime drama. The program comes to an end on June 21, which means by the time you watch all 151 episodes available, you’ll get to find out who killer “A” is in on Freeform no time.

“F Is For Family”

Twisted animated series don’t just belong to Seth MacFarlane. “F is For Family” is the raunchy family comedy you’ve been looking for and Netflix has two seasons available to stream. Of course, if you’re in the mood for a good dose of “Family Guy,” Netflix does offer all 14 seasons.

Girl Boss Britt Robertson as Sophia Amoruso in “Girl Boss” Season 1, episode 1. Photo: Netflix

“Girl Boss”

Those looking for a little inspiration can go beyond “Shark Tank” re-runs. “Girl Boss” follows the early life of fashion designer Sophia Amoruso, who is best known as the CEO of Nasty Gal.

“Life in Pieces”

It’s no “Modern Family,” but this CBS family sitcom, told in four-parts each episode, is fun viewing.

“The Crown”

This Peter Morgan biographical drama won big during award season, so it’s definitely worth binge-watching. Watch as actress Claire Foy  portrays a young Queen Elizabeth II during her early reign and the events that shaped her time spent as Her Majesty.

sense8 “Sense8” Season 2 scene with Miguel Angel Silvestre, Toby Onwumere, Bae Doona. Photo: Netflix


Yes, Netflix decidedly canceled this series but fans have been fighting back, which means there’s still a chance for a new season down the line. For now, catch up on both seasons of the sci-fi drama.

“Last Man Standing”

The Tim Allen family comedy was canceled by ABC in May, much to the upset of fans and the lead actor himself, but that doesn't mean you can’t still watch re-runs. Netflix has five seasons available.

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“Explore TV”

You don’t have to book a pricey summer vacation to see the world. Watch as host Trevor Cochrane takes you to the biggest tourist destinations and tests the offered cuisine.

“Oliver Stone’s Untold History of the United States”

Shed light on the true history of America by watching this documentary series which offers alternative take on the nation’s biggest events.