One Perfect Binge

In April 2020, we conducted a massive bracket project called One Perfect Binge. Our goal, to identify the most perfectly bingeable TV show ever. Our contributors wrote essays supporting their favorites and polls were conducted via One Perfect Shot on Twitter.

Explore the entire One Perfect Binge project below

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‘Battlestar Galactica’ is a Bingeable Feast Eager to Bust Your Gut


With the death of ‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine,’ Ronald D. Moore needed a new canvas to splatter his socially-minded science fiction. ‘Battlestar Galactica’ should not have worked, but it damn well did.

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What Is The Most Perfectly Bingeable TV Show Ever?


Voting begins in our One Perfect Binge bracket and there are already tough choices to make. Which shows will you support?

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‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’ is the Journey Your Life’s Been Missing


Humor, heart, and high stakes make this beloved animated series surprisingly addictive, and unlike epic fantasies out there, this one delivers a good payoff too.

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Binge ‘Adventure Time’ And Lose Yourself in a World of Wonder


The show’s magic is a warm hug that slams you in the heart when you least expect it.

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‘The Americans’ Is Masterful Television More Than Deserving of Your Time


A show where they are us, both for better and worse.

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Treat Yourself to Another Round of ‘Parks and Recreation’


Leslie Knope is the mom we all need right now.

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Sweet As Pie: Sink Your Teeth Into ‘Twin Peaks’


From parodying melodrama to introducing us to strange alternate dimensions, the wild world of ‘Twin Peaks’ will keep you pressing play.

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It’s Time to Rewatch ‘Breaking Bad’


There’s never a bad time to click “play” on the show that redefined modern television.

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Escape to ‘Deadwood’ and Stay Awhile


Thanks to ‘Deadwood: The Movie,’ this forerunner of peak TV is now prime binge material.