The 2018 Emmy nominations have been released, meaning we now have a definitive list of the latest and greatest TV shows worth binging this year.
As expected, 2017's big winner The Handmaid's Tale received several more nods this season, but it was HBO's Game of Thrones that came out as the most nominated drama of 2018, closely followed by Westworld.
On top of the obvious standouts above, there were nods to shows we haven't yet seen - Black-ish, Glow and Killing Eve, to name a few - skyrocketing them to the top of our must-watch list.
Grab the popcorn your binge-watching session starts now.
Sandra Oh stars as a desk-bound MI5 spy Eve, who begins to track down an assassin called Villanelle. The two women begin a fierce game of cat and mouse as the two slowly become obsessed with each other.
This acclaimed series is finally getting the recognition it deserves in 2018, after being largely ignored by the Television Academy throughout its 6 seasons. Based in Cold War era America, this show follows two KGB spies posing as an average suburban couple in Washington D.C.
The Handmaid's Tale
This dystopian drama absolutely cleaned up at The Emmy's in 2017, and for good reason. The series is based on Margaret Atwood's iconic 1985 novel, and follows Offred (Elizabeth Moss) as she survives in the totalitarian society of Gilead, where women are properties of the state. Essential viewing in our current political climate.
If you're a fan of a good period show, The Crown is for you. This Netflix original drama chronicles the life of Queen Elizabeth II (Claire Foy) as she navigates her way through romances, personal intrigues and political rivalries as a modern-day monarch.
Game of Thrones
A show that hardly needs an introduction, this epic fantasy series is based on George R.R Martin's best-selling book series 'A Song of Ice and Fire'. If you haven't watched Game of Thrones yet, set aside a couple of weekend binge sessions to watch the kings, queens and their families fight for power in Westeros.
Starring the always lovely Millie Bobby-Brown as the little girl with supernatural powers, Stranger Things is the thrilling (and sometimes terrifying) Netflix original drama series about a small Indiana town in 1983, where strange things begin to happen.
This Is Us
Starring Mandy Moore and Milo Ventimiglia, This Is Us is a family drama, following the lives of triplets and their parents, that will tug at your heartstrings.
Westworld is a serious contender in this year's Emmy's, receiving an impressive 21 nominations. Westworld is based on the 1973 Michael Chricton movie, and explores the world of a futuristic amusement park designed for the super rich.
Black-ish is a comedy series exploring the lives of a black family, living in an affluent neighbourhood. Black-ish covers some hot topics, especially those surrounding race in America, and has just been renewed for a fourth season.
Ruth Wilder (Alison Brie) is an out-of-work actress, who finds an unexpected shot at fame through the world of women's wrestling. For anyone who loves a bit of '80s glitter and spandex, Glow is a must watch.
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
Set in the 1950's, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel was created by Amy Sherman-Palladino (Gilmore Girls) and follows an Upper West Side housewife discover her hidden talent for stand-up comedy.