The only thing that makes summer worth its while is the summer break. You finally get all the time in the world to do all of the activities that you had been planning to do but couldn’t, ’cause the damn studies would just keep getting in the way. You can finally take up the gym or learn a new language or work on hone your talents. But, let’s face it, you’ll all probably end up eating garbage food in your PJs while you binge-watch shows like the useless lump of a person that you are. It’s okay. Been there. Done that. Here is a list shows available on Netflix right now that you can catch up on during summer:

Anne With an E

Netflix Anne of Green Gables TV Series

Anne With an E

Based on the Lucy Maud Montgomery’s classic 1908 novel Anne of Green Gables, Netflix brings an original series titled Anna With an E. The series is the empowering story of an orphan girl who accidentally ends up with her adoptive parents who actually wanted to adopt a boy. She must now establish her validity by proving that a girl can do everything a boy can. For everyone who finds dealing with parents or being the “weird one” among friends quite testing, Anne is that imaginary friend that you always wanted.

Haters Back Off

Haters Back Off, Netflix

Haters Back Off

Love Superwoman aka Lilly Singh? Then you’ll certainly love Miranda Sings. Colleen Ballinger stars as her Youtube alter-ego Miranda Sings in this Netflix original comedy. Miranda is a self-absorbed, talentless girl who is desperate to get famous and creates a mess of her personal life in an effort to do so.

13 Reasons Why

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13 Reasons Why

Focusing on teenage angst and psychological disorders, 13 Reasons Why is the perfect show for youngsters as it is new and very relatable. The show’s protagonist Hannah Baker’s dealings with bullying, sexual harassment and depression make it very arresting.

A Series of Unfortunate Events

A Series of Unfortunate Events TV Show, Netflix

A Series of Unfortunate Events

Based on a children’s novel of the same name, this black comedy-drama series is about the Baudelaire children who are placed under the protection of their diabolical distant relative Count Olaf.

Riverdale

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Based on characters from the Archie Comics, this teen-centric drama focuses on a group of high-schoolers whose lives take a drastic turn when a student gets murdered under suspicious circumstances. With ever twisting sub-plots and mindblowing revelations every step of the way, Riverdale makes for a great binge-watch.

Gossip Girl

Gossip Girl, Netflix

Gossip Girl

Gossip Girl outlines the lives of upper-class privileged teenage girls Serena and Blair living in Manhattan’s Upper East Side who just can’t seem to escape the eye of an omnipresent blogger.

That 70s Show

That 70s Show, Netflix

That 70s Show

Set in 1970s Wisconsin, The 70s Show is a period sitcom follows a group of friends as they struggle to find a purpose in their lives while on the verge of adulthood.

Rick and Morty

Rick and Morty, Netflix

Rick and Morty

If you find Seth Macfarlane’s Family Guy far too boring and stretched, this adult animated science-fiction sitcom might seem like a breath of fresh air. Rick and Morty is about a sociopathic scientist named Rick who, after 20 years of being missing, storms into his daughter’s life and takes his grandson, Morty, on adventures across space.

The OA

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The OA

This new Netflix Original series is as mysterious as a show can be. The story revolves around a blind girl who goes missing but, returns after seven years, which restored vision, scars on her back and she now calls herself “The OA”.

Arrow

Arrow, Netflix

Arrow

Based on the DC Comics character Green Arrow, the story outlines the story of Oliver Queen, a billionaire who fights crime by night with his trusty bow and arrow and the spirit of vigilantism.