We'd like to continue our posts encouraging you to lose hours — no, days — of your life to television with 3 excellent dramas! These binge-watching recommendations touch on the things that really matter, like meth, serial killers, and zombies.
To be fair, we never said our television show choices would be wholesome, just that it would be worth it to devote your time and energy to them.
Here are our picks for the best television dramas to indulge in through the art of binge-watching.
Why Tim Loves It: I'm sure that there is little surprise in someone recommending "Breaking Bad," but seriously, if you haven't started watching the show yet, start right now. No show that I have ever watched has ever left me on the edge of my seat more than this show; and I don't mean from the beginning to end of each episode, I mean from the beginning to end of entire seasons. Each season brings new challenges for chemistry teacher turned drug kingpin Walter White. As you go through each episode, you watch as his character develops, leaving a wake of physical and emotional destruction behind him.
Another great reason to binge-watch "Breaking Bad": there are only about 13 episodes per season, which is short in comparison to a lot of recent dramas. You will find yourself finishing entire seasons in a single weekend, and you will love everything about it (except Marie, it seems to be pretty unanimous that everyone dislikes Marie).
Where to Watch it: Netflix
Have you seen this video of Samuel L. Jackson performing a slam poem about "Boy Meets World"? Because you should have. It's pretty amazing... and is possible Sameul L. Jackson's best work yet. Sorry, "Pulp Fiction."
You've heard of creative weddings, where the entire procession breaks out into song and dance. (You may have even seen this on "The Office"!) But this wedding speech takes the cake. In it, a bride's best friend is giving a sweet toast, where he mentions their shared love of Britney Spears. Then the wedding party breaks out into choreography to Britney Spears' song, "Work B**ch!" — and it's incredible. Watch for yourself above!
After an already-successful North American run, Justin Timberlake has this morning announced additional dates to his tour. The 20/20 Experience will now include a return to cities such as Philadelphia, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles. The new shows begin in late November and stop just before the winter holidays on Dec. 20.
The new shows will push Timberlake's tour past the one-year mark; he began this world tour on Nov. 6, 2013, in New York City. These dates come after a stint of dates across Europe and in Australia.
See below for the tour dates and visit the Justin Timberlake page for more information on tickets.