Netflix just released its annual year-end list and we have the top 10 television series that's got everyone steadfastly binge-watching episode to episode from night 'til the wee hours of the morning. Check out the list below to find out if your favorite show made the cut, or if you're looking for something new to tide the holidays over.
1. On My Block
Coming in at number one, a refreshing coming-of-age comedy that centers on the lives of Hispanic and African-American teens won the hearts of Netflix viewers this year.
2. Making A Murderer: Part 2
The second season of this award-winning true crime documentaray explores the events after Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey had both been convicted for murder. As they say, the plot thickens.
3. 13 Reasons Why: Season 2
Deviating from its book, the second season of 13 Reasons Why follows the lives of the students of Liberty High after the revelation of Hannah Baker's death. Instead of cassette tapes, ominous polaroids torment the characters this time around, leading up to a new secret none of them expected.
4. Last Chance U: Indy
This sports documentary takes you into the intense reality of college football, revealing just how much these teams will go through and sacrifice to rise above the rest of their league.
Two world views clash as Police Sergeant and war veteran David Budd (Richard Madden) is made to protect Home Secretary Julia Montague (Keeley Hawes). Needless to say, their contrasting views on politics is cause for a palpable tension that obviously had viewers hooked from the get-go.
6. Fastest Car
Unassuming sleeper cars go-head-to-head with exotic supercars? Imagine the thrilling suspense! After all, everyone's always a stickler for the underdog.
7. The Haunting of Hill House
A hauntingly emotional roller coaster ride, it's no surprise The Haunting of Hill House made it to this year's list. Still haven't caught up to the much deserved hype yet? Do yourself a favor and start by watching the trailer below!
8. Anne With An E: Season 2
Yet another show that tugged at your heartstrings this year, based on Lucy Maud Montgomery's classic novel Anne of Green Gables, the story centers around a 13-year-old orphan named Anne and her search for love and acceptance in a small town.
While emotionally taxing coming-of-age stories had us all glued to our screens this 2018, we're always up for a good spicy teen drama to serve as an entertaining buffer. This year, the controversial dark-comedy Insatiable definitely caught our curiosity, and the next subsequent 12 hours of our lives that we can't take back.
10. Orange is the New Black: Season 6
It looks like this thrilling prison drama isn't letting up anytime soon. Six seasons in and Orange is the New Black still has its loyal viewers by their tails.
*The official list was based on U.S. viewing data of Netflix series released between January 1 to November 28, 2018.