Get Your Binge On! The 13 Best Netflix Shows With At Least 3 Seasons

Ever started watching a show on Netflix only to be disappointed because there were so few seasons or it was canceled? Here are some great shows that have at least three seasons so you can really get your binge on!

Sex Education

Emma Mackey, Asa Butterfield in Sex Education Season 1
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A captivating coming-of-age comedy-drama that explores the complexities of teenage life, relationships, and sexuality. This bold and fearless series offers a unique blend of humor, empathy, and honest storytelling that resonates with teachers working with adolescents.

There are currently three seasons. Season 4 will be released in 2023.

Dear White People

DEAR WHITE PEOPLE (L to R) NICHOLAS ANTHONY REID as JAMES, LOGAN BROWNING as SAMANTHA WHITE, JEMAR MICHAEL as AL, and BRANDON BLACK as KORDELL in episode 410 of DEAR WHITE PEOPLE.
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Through the perspectives of a diverse group of students, Dear White People challenges societal norms, confronts stereotypes, and prompts critical conversations about race relations. The show addresses sensitive topics head-on, shedding light on the experiences and struggles of marginalized communities in a way that is both enlightening and empowering.

There are four seasons. 

Emily in Paris

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This Netflix-original show is the ultimate in decadent binge-watching. After landing her dream job in Paris, American Emily Cooper heads across the ocean to start a new life in Paris. This show is campy, quirky, and the perfect mindless show for everyone to watch.

There are three seasons. 

Peaky Blinders

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In 1919 Birmingham, England, a gang known for their infamy, is under the command of the relentless Tommy Shelby, a criminal mastermind determined to make it at any expense.

There are currently six seasons.

Dark

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Jonas, after arriving in a new world, attempts to decipher the significance of this alternate version of Winden in relation to his own destiny. Meanwhile, those who were left behind in the original world embark on a mission to end the cycle that has twisted both time and space. The story follows two worlds, one illuminated, and the other shadowed, and at the heart of it all is a heartbreaking love story of epic proportions.

There are currently three seasons.

The Crown

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Are you a fan of British royalty? Then The Crown on Netflix might be your weekend binge-watching go-to. This show follows the reign of Queen Elizabeth II, from her marriage to Prince Philip and coronation to more modern times.

There are currently five seasons. 

Black Mirror

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Black Mirror is a dark, satirical anthology series that reinvents itself with each new episode.

There are currently six seasons.

Fauda

Fauda
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After discovering that a Palestinian fighter he believed he had eliminated is still alive, a seasoned Israeli agent emerges from retirement to track him down, triggering a sequence of tumultuous events.

There are currently four seasons.

Ozark

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Set in the present day, Ozark is a gripping drama that chronicles the perilous transformation of the Byrde family from a typical suburban Chicago lifestyle to an illicit criminal enterprise in the Ozarks, Missouri.

There are currently four seasons.

You

You. Penn Badgley as Joe Goldberg in episode 410 of You.
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If you love psychological thriller shows, you might have seen You somewhere on Netflix. The show is about a charming bookstore manager, Joe Goldberg, who is infatuated with a customer, Guinevere Beck. Joe begins stalking and manipulating Guinevere through social media and other means so that he becomes her boyfriend.

There are currently four seasons.

Stranger Things

(L to R) Millie Bobby Brown as Eleven, Noah Schnapp as Will Byers, Finn Wolfhard as Mike Wheeler, Charlie Heaton as Jonathan Byers, and Eduardo Franco as Argyle in STRANGER THINGS
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Stranger Things follows the story of a group of kids who accidentally stumble onto supernatural forces and the government’s exploits to hide them. The show is filmed a lot like an early 1980s science fiction or horror movie, which contributes a lot to its cult-like following.

There are currently four seasons.

Orange Is the New Black

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Follow along for seven seasons of Piper, a corporate powerhouse turned female inmate, and the friendships and relationships she makes as she serves her sentence.

There are seven seasons.

The Umbrella Academy

Cameron Brodeur, Aidan Gallagher, Blake Talabis, Dante Albidone, Eden Cupid, Ethan Hwang, Colm Feore in The Umbrella Academy
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The Umbrella Academy is a superhero television series that follows the lives of seven adopted siblings with extraordinary abilities who were born under mysterious circumstances. After being estranged for years, they reunite to solve the mystery surrounding their father’s death and prevent an impending apocalypse.

There are currently three seasons.

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Outer Banks. Rudy Pankow as JJ in episode 303 of Outer Banks
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Unpopular Opinion: 15 Shows Everyone Raved About, But We Couldn’t Stand

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12 Movies Everyone Should See at Least Once in Their Lifetime

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I love lists like this! As a big-time movie fan, I’m always looking for new flicks to add to my “must-watch” list. We wanted to know what people thought were movies everyone should see at least once in their lifetime, and there were so many great responses. We narrowed it down to 12 of the best.

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