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‍You might think that with so many great shows coming out, there’d be more free viewing opportunities for people of all ages. In fact, the truth is that so much content has come out in 2017 that there’s simply not enough time or places to see everything. Fortunately, there are a number of great options for binge-watchers everywhere. If you’re looking to become your own movie geek and not just something that likes to rent or buy movies, then these list of movie series are right for you. From drama to comedy and sci-fi, these have something for everyone. Let’s dive into our favorite 2016 movies series:

The Big Bang Theory – The series that started it all

Binge-watchers know that this one is a classic. The Big Bang Theory is one of the all-time classics and is guaranteed to be a regular in any TV guide collection. It’s such a classic because of how much it impacted pop culture. The series helped to popularize the fact that you could binge-watch TV and it even helped to popularize the fact that we can binge-watch TV shows now too.

It was also the first TV show that ever won a Emmy for outstanding comedy series, which made it even more inspiring to see it being celebrated today.

Flight of the Conchords

This is one of the best series to go along with the famous “the bible of rock n roll” line in the film Meet the Parents. In fact, the entire series revolves around the characters in an attempt to get the word out about their “the bible of rock n roll” line.

The “the bible of rock n roll” line is still being talked about today and the movie was released two years after the first season of Flight of the Conchords ended on DVD. It’s also one of the most popular and highest- ratings TV shows ever made.

Get on Up

Get on Up follows the same formula as the other Flight of the Conchords series — one character leads a group of other characters in a search for answers.

The show follows the same format as The Big Bang Theory, with one group of characters leading a group of other characters. It’s also the first series to ever win an Emmy for outstanding comedy series, although this is actually the first season that didn’t receive a nomination for that particular category.

What would happen if…?

What would happen if…? tells the story of a group of friends who decide to travel to another planet. They survive there and then decide to return to Earth as soon as possible. But before they can do that, they need to find their hometown, which they don’t have any idea where anymore.

In What would happen if…?, the cast and crew of Flight of the Conchords return to their hometown to find that the city has been surveyed and taken over by the residents. They fight their way to safety and then return to the city to warn the rest of the gang about what’s happening. It’s one of the most iconic TV shows of its time.

How to have a million dollars

How to have a million dollars is a fictional account of how two entrepreneurs, one from India and one from South Korea, were able to achieve such financial success.

It’s based on the real-life story of George Soros and his business partner, Nelson Pizam. The series follows the two entrepreneurs as they build a business empire and increase their wealth through various means.

Ghostbusters II

This is one of the best series to go along with the famous “the bible of rock n roll” line in the movie Meet the Parents. In fact, the entire series revolves around the characters in an attempt to get the word out about their “the bible of rock n roll” line.

The “the bible of rock n roll” line is still being talked about today and the movie was released two years after the first season of Flight of the Conchords ended on DVD. It’s also one of the most popular and highest- ratings TV shows ever made.

You’ve Got Mail but You’ve Got This!

This is a 2004 mystery novel by Harold Robbins. It’s set in the post-war United States and revolves around a family whose oldest child goes missing. The series follows the Hunt family as they search for their missing child.

South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut

This is another former TV series that follows a group of misfit animals on a quest to survive in the wild. The series follows the animals as they live in the American West in a time before big-screen animals were even a thing.

It’s also the first South Park TV series to ever receive a Booze Award for “Outstanding Comedy in a Feature Film” and the series was released a year later than the movie.

The Last Witch Hunter

The Last Witch Hunter is a dark fantasy set in a world where the sun does not set for months on end. The series follows a group of spirit hunting humans who are forced to star in a film called “The Last Witch.”

The series was great, with the first season winning a Golden Globe for best television series and the third season winning a Primetime Emmy for outstanding fantasy or paranormal series. The movies followed the same format as The Last Witch Hunter — the main character is hunted by deranged spirits who want to expose their prey to death.

Dumbo – A Movie That Shook The World

This is a 1997 American fantasy comedy film written and directed by Michael H. Bay. The film follows a small-town radio corrections officer who witnesses a bizarre event when a giant, red-faced, talking Dumbo comes to life and terrorizes New York City.

It’s one of the most iconic TV shows of its time and it’s still largely appreciated today. It’s still great because it’s fun with familiar characters who are transported in time and space by the talking Dumbo.

#Into the Dark: An American Experience

This is an American documentary film about the construction of the American Space Coastline. It follows engineers, contractors and engineers’ families as they work to build the new Space Coast in Florida.

It’s one of the more than 100 docudramas produced by the National Geographic Society and it was released in 1999 to great critical reviews. The U.S. Space Coast was deemed “culturally, historically, and aesthetically diverse” and the film received multiple awards including a Golden Globe and a PGA Award.

Donnie Darko – Featuretroughue

This is another classic treat to watch on TV. It’s a 1994 American comedy film based on the popular KNicks book of the same name. The film follows a group of high-school students who become embarking on a journey to discover whether or not they are the ones who were electrocuted.

It’s also one of the most popular and highest-rated TV shows of its time. It’s still great because it’s fun with familiar characters who are transported in time and space by the talking Dumbo.

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