We have 9 months until Game of Thrones returns. If you're struggling to figure out what to do in the meanwhile, check out our list featuring 10 of the most addictive TV series ever made.

Battlestar Galactica.

BSG is a science fiction TV series that garnered a wide range of critical acclaim. The show - full of suspense, cliffhangers and twists - is set in a distant star system where a civilizations of humans live on planets known as the Twelve Colonies. In the past, the colonies had been at war with a cyber-race of their own creation: the Cylons. At the beginning of the TV show, the Cylons launch a sneak attack devastating the Colonies, killing billions of humans.

Only approximately 50,000 humans survive the attack.

Utopia

Utopia is a British thriller drama TV series with a weird and compelling plotline, amazing actors and striking visuals. This dystopian fantasy is a masterpiece, but the show only counts two seasons: Channel 4 canceled the TV series in October 2014.

Breaking Bad

Breaking Bad is a popular American crime drama TV series created by Vince Gilligan. The show tells the story of Walter White, a high school chemistry teacher diagnosed with inoperable lung cancer. Together with is former student Jesse Pinkman, Walter White turns to a life of crime, producing and selling crystallized methamphetamine to secure his family's financial future before he dies.

Doctor Who (2005)

DW is a British science-fiction TV show which depicts the adventures of the Doctor, an eccentric Time Lord from planet Gallifrey, who explores the universe in his TARDIS, a sentient time-travelling space ship.

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Doctor Who is funny, brilliant, moving and often pretty epic: if you like sci-fi you should totally take a look at season 1.

Sons of Anarchy

SoA is an American crime drama TV series created by Kurt Sutter. The show follows the lives of an outlaw motorcycle club's members. Sons of Anarchy is violent and compelling, its first season is somehow introductive, but from season 2 the show becomes extremely addictive.

The Walking Dead

How will Rick Grimes make it through the zombie apocalypse? Rick and crew get themselves into impossible situations every season, and in the most-popular zombie-TV show, no one is safe, so be prepared for a lot of blood and turns of events.

House of Cards

House of Cards is the story of Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey), a Democrat from South Carolina who, after being passed over for appointment as Secretary of State, initiates an elaborate plan to get himself into a position of greater power, with the help of his wife, Claire Underwood. Netflix's House of Cards collected countless nominations and awards and is considered to be the best political drama TV show ever made.

Les Revenants

Les Revenants (The Returned) is French supernatural drama TV series with great characters, a fascinating plotline and a lot of suspense. Here's the plot summary: in a French mountain town, many dead people reappear, apparently alive and normal: teenage Camille, suicidal bridegroom Simon, a small boy called Victor and a serial killer. They try to resume their lives as strange phenomena occur: amongst recurring power outages, the water level of the reservoir mysteriously lowers, revealing the presence of dead animals and a church steeple, and strange marks appear on the bodies of the living and the dead.

True Detective (season 1)

The first season of True Detective is probably the best American anthology crime drama TV series of all time. The show was nominated for and won several awards and other accolades, chiefly for its acting, cinematography, writing and direction. Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson's performances are just amazing and it's almost impossible to stop watching the show until season 1 finale.

Fargo

Crimes, dark humor, violence, fascinating visuals and bizarre events: this is what you can expect from the brilliant FX's TV show inspired by the 1996 film of the same name written by the Coen brothers (not to mention the great actors' performances).