The past few months gave us so much content to devour! From bingeing sitcoms and anime favorites to finding new Netflix shows, there was plenty to keep us busy. Check out which series TV Time users loved this winter season below!
The CBS sitcom was a perfect binge during the cold winter months.
19. The Crown
The winner of best drama series at this year’s Golden Globes gained steam following its November season 4 release with the introduction of Lady Diana Spencer.
18. This Is Us
Season 5 returned in January, and yes, it still makes us cry.
The retelling of the classic French story about a world-famous gentleman thief and master of disguise earned praise following its January debut.
How to Get Away with Murder closed last spring, and yet TV Time users still can’t get enough of Annalise Keating!
The new year brought a live-action version of the Winx Club with fairies attending a magical boarding school in the Otherworld. Fate: The Winx Saga has already been renewed for a second season.
14. Jujutsu Kaisen
Following Jujutsu Kaisen’s fall 2020 premiere, the anime series has only continued to gain viewers in 2021.
What’s a most-watched list without Friends? The ‘90s comedy was there for us in winter.
12. Naruto Shippuden
Naruto hasn’t aired a new episode since 2017, but new fans continued to discover and binge the anime series.
B99 returned for its seventh season in February, and we have to hang on to it for as long as we can after NBC announced season 8 will be the show’s last!
10. The Office
A comforting comedy to binge at any time – especially over the holiday season.
Riverdale returned in January with a fifth season and a fresh take as the series jumped ahead five years.
The fourth and final part of CAOS dropped on New Year’s Eve, leaving fans with mixed feelings about the series finale.
Modern Family continued to be binged months after its series finale, and news of a potential spin-off series has people talking.
After seventeen seasons, Grey’s still managed to shock fans this past month with an unexpected moment. No spoilers here!
Scandalous Netflix series Bridgerton had bingers obsessing for months after its Christmas Day release.
The back half of Vikings’ sixth and final season dropped on December 30th… Ready for the sequel series, Vikings: Valhalla…
3. One Piece
Nearly 1,000 episodes later, the long-running anime series continued to thrive in winter.
Coming in at a surprising No. 2, Marvel’s genre-bending series WandaVision dominated the early months of 2021… and crashed Disney+ more than once!
Bingers can’t get enough of Attack on Titan! The anime favorite has remained in the top 3 on TV Time’s binge reports since mid-January. Will it remain a leader in spring? Only time will tell.
*The “Most Watched Series of Winter ‘20-’21” is based on episodes tracked in TV Time from 12/21/20-3/15/21.