The fall television season isn't jam-packed this year. Thankfully, there are so many streaming shows to watch. Now is the perfect time for that show you keep putting off or that one you haven’t even discovered yet! We took a look at the most-followed current series in TV Time, and matched them with an “older” series to help you find your next great binge.
If you love the supernatural elements in Stranger Things, give Misfits a shot!
In this sci-fi dramedy, a motley group of juvenile offenders doing community service obtain superpowers after a strange electrical storm. – Available on Hulu
Switch it up from zombies in The Walking Dead to the strange and unexplained in The X-Files.
The long-running FOX series follows FBI special agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully as they investigate cases of paranormal phenomena. – Available on Hulu
Caught up on Money Heist? Try Orphan Black!
Similar in feel, Orphan Black tells the story of a streetwise hustler pulled into a compelling conspiracy after witnessing the suicide of a girl who looks identical to her. – Available on Amazon Prime
Looking for a teen series like Riverdale with a little less drama? It’s time to start Gossip Girl.
Less murder, but just as many mysteries… An unidentified blogger reveals classified information about privileged teens living in New York’s Upper East Side. – Available on Netflix
The 100 comes to an end this month! Perhaps Heroes will help fill the void.
Need the drama, love triangles, and abundance of episodes that Grey’s Anatomy has? Get to know One Tree Hill.
Half-brothers Lucas and Nathan trade between kinship and rivalry both on the basketball court and in the hearts of their friends in their North Carolina town. – Available on Hulu
Before The Flash and The CW’s Arrowverse, there was The WB’s Smallville.
A young Clark Kent tries to find his place in the world as he balances harnessing his powers for good with the typical troubles of teenage life. – Available on Hulu
Loving Lucifer? Add Grimm to your watch list.
Keep it weird after Black Mirror with Twin Peaks.
If you appreciate a good battle and historical fiction à la Vikings, watch Spartacus.
Give the Winchester brothers in Supernatural a break, and watch Buffy the Vampire Slayer fight evil beings.
As the “chosen one,” Buffy Summer is the one girl in the world with the skill to fight vampires; she spends her time slaying vampires and demons with the help of her close friends. – Available on Hulu
Try Hemlock Grove if you like the horror and camp of American Horror Story.
Horror creator Eli Roth brings stories of evil hiding in plain sight within a dilapidated Pennsylvania town. – Available on Netflix
The Simpsons has been on for over thirty years! Binge its biggest competitor for longest-running animated series, South Park.
Love the honest conversations and painful awkwardness of Sex Education? Throw it back with My So-Called Life.
Dealing with topics such as friends and family, first love, homophobia, and drug use, the ‘90s teen drama centers on Angela Chase and the trials and tribulations of high school. – Available on ABC.com and Amazon Prime
You can’t obsess over Elite without appreciating The O.C.!
Drama, death, wealth, and the high school hierarchy… “Welcome to the O.C., bitch.” A troubled kid becomes entangled in the upper-class lifestyle of Newport Beach in Orange County, California. – Available on HBO Max