20 Binge-Worthy Television Shows Returning for Another Season

We all know the struggle of becoming obsessed with a TV show on a streaming service, bingeing the entire series—and then finding out that it isn't returning for another season.

Thankfully, there are plenty of shows to binge that avoid that heartbreak.

From long-running shows you can sink your teeth into, to buzzworthy series coming back for round two, here are 20 binge-worthy shows returning for another season, so there'll be plenty more content on the way.


Succession cast picture
Succession is back for season three this fall. HBO

Probably the most anticipated return of any show in 2021, the third season of Succession is set to return this fall.

The critically acclaimed HBO drama follows the Roy family, the dysfunctional owners of a media conglomerate, and the in-fighting of the family members to rise to the top amid their father Logan's ailing health.

A lot of drama is set to come, after Kendall's bombshell press conference at the end of season two.

Search Party

Search Party
Alia Shawkat plays Dory in "Search Party." HBO Max

This satirical dark comedy has moved to HBO Max, so its four seasons are perfect for a streaming binge—and a fifth is on the way.

To go into what happens later in the show would be a major spoiler, but the series kicks off with Dory (Alia Shawkat) becoming obsessed with the case of a missing woman, who she knew in college.

Jeff Goldblum has joined the cast for the upcoming fifth season.

Grey's Anatomy

Ellen Pompeo in Grey's Anatomy
Ellen Pompeo stars as Meredith Grey in "Grey's Anatomy". ABC

If you never want your streaming binge to run out of steam, Grey's Anatomy is the show for you.

The medical drama has been running for 17 seasons so far, and its 18th will premiere this September, so you'll have your work cut out for you if you want to catch up beforehand.

Grey's Anatomy is all about the work and personal lives of the staff at Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital, led by Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo).

Stream on Hulu and FuboTV

The Morning Show

The Morning Show
Jennifer Aniston and Steve Carell star in "The Morning Show." Apple TV+

With its all-star cast, including Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon and Steve Carell, Apple TV+'s The Morning Show was one of the buzziest series of 2020 awards season, and a second season is on its way.

The show follows Alex Levy (Aniston), a news anchor who fights for her job after her on-air partner (Carell) is fired over a sexual misconduct scandal.

The first season has 10 episodes to feast on before season two arrives in September.

The Boys

The Boys Amazon Prime series
"The Boys" has been renewed for season three. Amazon Prime Video

Amazon Prime Video's superhero series The Boys keeps getting bigger, with a third season and a spin-off already commissioned since season two aired last year.

The DC Comics show follows the Seven, a superhero team assembled by the powerful corporation Voight International, and the Boys, a group of vigilantes aiming to take down Vought and its corrupt superheroes.

Stream on Amazon.

Tuca & Bertie

Tuca and Bertie
"Tuca & Bertie" has moved to Adult Swim after being cancelled on Netflix. Adult Swim

Who knew a cartoon about two 30-something anthropomorphic birds would be such a hit? Tuca & Bertie, starring Tiffany Haddish and Ali Wong as the titular birds, was cancelled by Netflix after just one season, but Adult Swim came to the rescue and ordered a second season.

Earlier this month, Tuca & Bertie was renewed for season three.

Love Life

Anna Kendrick stars in Love Life
Anna Kendrick played Darby in season one of Love Life. HBO Max

HBO Max's rom-com anthology series Love Life kind of flew under the radar when it dropped in 2020, but is definitely worth a watch.

Season one followed Darby, played by Anna Kendrick, from her first big romance to her last, and all the failed relationships in between.

Season two has been ordered, and will star William Jackson Harper as the protagonist.

The Great British Baking Show

The Great British Baking Show
"The Great British Baking Show" tent is up for another season. Channel 4

There's nothing more wholesome than bingeing through The Great British Baking Show and luckily for us, there's another season on the way.

The 12th season of the baking competition will air on Channel 4 in the U.K. this fall, with Noel Fielding and Matt Lucas returning as judges, and Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith back to intimidate the bakers.

You know the score: a group of amateur bakers are tasked with creating technical masterpieces and showstopping desserts, while avoiding soggy bottoms.

The show is available to stream on Netflix in the U.S.

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

The Marvelous Mrs Maisel
Rachel Brosnahan stars in the award-winning series "The Marvelous Mrs Maisel". Amazon Prime Video

Amazon Prime Video's The Marvelous Mrs Maisel has been an awards season darling with its first three seasons and we're expecting the same with its fourth, with the show renewed back in 2019.

The comedy drama sees Rachel Brosnahan play Miriam "Midge" Maisel, a New York housewife who pursues a career in stand-up comedy.

Stream on Amazon


Zendaya as Rue in Euphoria
Zendaya won an Emmy for her portrayal of Rue in "Euphoria". HBO Max

This HBO drama is a bit heavier than some of the others on the list but just as enthralling.

Following a group of high school students and their experiences with sex, drugs, friendships, love and trauma, Euphoria helped Zendaya, who plays Rue on the show, win an Emmy.

Season one was followed by two hour-long specials, and season two began filming in April this year.

It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia

It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia cast
"It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia" has been renewed up to season 18. FX

Half-hour TV formats are the easiest (and most addictive) to binge, so even though there have been 14 seasons of It's Always Sunny, we reckon it's very bingeable.

The FX comedy follows a group of narcissistic friends ("The Gang") who run an Irish bar in Philly, and is now the longest-running live-action comedy series in American television history.

Not only is It's Always Sunny coming back for more, it has already been renewed for four more seasons, taking it up to 18.

Stream on Hulu and FuboTV


Insecure starring Issa Rae
The final season of "Insecure" has been confirmed. HBO

Issa Rae's Emmy-nominated comedy-drama will end with its fifth season this year, so there's four seasons of goodness to catch up on.

HBO's Insecure has received critical acclaim for its unpacking of the black female experience through the eyes of best friends Issa (Rae) and Molly (Yvonne Orji), who navigate their careers and love lives together.

The Mandalorian

The Mandalorian
"The Mandalorian" is getting a third season. Disney+

Live-action Star Wars series The Mandalorian was one of Disney+'s biggest draws when the streaming service launched, and it didn't disappoint.

The series is set five years after the events of The Return of the Jedi, and follow's Pedro Pascal's titular character, a bounty hunter on the run after being hired to retrieve "The Child."

A third season is in pre-production after the first two installments, while two spin-offs, The Book of Boba Fett and Ahsoka, are also in the works.

Sweet Tooth

Sweet Tooth
"Sweet Tooth" will return to Netflix with season two. Netflix

Netflix's adaptation of the comic book of the same name by Jeff Lemire premiered in June and it has already been renewed for a second season.

Sweet Tooth is set in a post-apocalyptic world, where a virus which swept the world leads to an emergence of hybrid children, who are half human, half animal.

Big Sky

Big Sky
"Big Sky" is coming back for season two this year. ABC

Based on The Highway series of books by CJ Box, ABC's drama thriller Big Sky is about a team of private detectives who hunt down a kidnapper who has abducted two sisters.

The first season stars Ryan Phillippe, Katheryn Winnick and Kylie Bunbury, with a host of new faces confirmed for season two.

The second season is scheduled to air this September.

Stream on FuboTV


Bill Hader in Barry
Bill Hader stars as the titular hitman in "Barry." HBO

HBO's dark comedy Barry follows Barry Berkman (Bill Hader), a hitman who travels to Los Angeles to kill someone but finds himself joining an acting class taught by Gene Cousineau (Henry Winkler).

The critically acclaimed series has won Emmys for Hader and Winkler and a third season has been commissioned, while a fourth season has also been written.

Filming for season three has only just started, so you have plenty of time to catch up on the first two seasons.

Killing Eve

Jodie Comer, Sandra Oh in Killing Eve
"Killing Eve" will end next year with season four. BBC America

Killing Eve has been renewed for a fourth and final season, so it's time to catch up before the story ends next year.

The award-winning BBC America series stars Jodie Comer as psychopathic assassin Villanelle, and Sandra Oh as the British intelligence investigator obsessed with her.

Season four will finally see whether Eve Polastri decides to take down Villanelle or be with her. It goes without saying that it will be quite the finale.

Stream on FuboTV

Cruel Summer

Cruel Summer cast
"Cruel Summer" has been renewed for season two. Freeform

Set in the 1990s, Cruel Summer follows the lives of two teenage girls; Kate, a popular girl who one disappears without a trace and Jeanette, the outcast who seemingly steps into her shoes.

The show has already been a big success for Freeform, and a second season has been renewed, so we can look forward to more drama and intrigue—and another banging '90s soundtrack.

Stream on Hulu


"Industry" follows a group of graduates competing for jobs at an investment bank. HBO

Like Skins but for 20-somethings in office jobs, Industry follows a group of young graduates competing for permanent positions at a prestigious investment bank in London.

The graduates are all from different walks of life, from middle-class Eton alumni to state school graduates, and must go head to head for limited jobs at the firm.

HBO has commissioned the drama for season two.


Daveed Diggs and Jennifer Connelly star in the TV adaptation of "Snowpiercer". TNT

Bong Joon-ho's 2013 film Snowpiercer has been made into a TV series, and there's more to come.

The thriller follows the passengers of the Snowpiercer—a gigantic train that circles the globe carrying the remnants of humanity seven years after the world becomes a frozen wasteland.

The second season of the show, which stars Jennifer Connelly, Daveed Diggs and Sean Bean, aired earlier this year, and seasons three and four have already been commissioned.