We are super stoked after watching the 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards this morning. But were there some shows that you didn’t really hear about up until they won or nominated today? No sweat! We’ve made it easy for you with these 6 nominated and winning shows that should be on every TV binger’s bucket list. Leggo!

1. The Good Doctor

This is one of the most popular shows on TV right now. It’s a medical drama that stars Freddie Highmore playing a savant autistic surgical resident. The show is created by David Shore and is a must watch as Freddie has performed phenomenally.

2. Will & Grace

Currently airing season 9 with comeback after their last season that aired in 2006, Will & Grace, starring the classic duo Eric McCormack (Will Truman) and Debra Messing (Grace Adler) is back and better than ever. It’s interesting to see a modernised version of the show now with digital and social media added as a part of the humor.

3. Big Little Lies

Big Little Lies won 4 out of 6 nominations at the 2018 Golden Globes. This is a promising show and has earned a lot of popularity since it’s inception. Produced by and starring Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman, in addition to Laura Dern, Zoe Kravitz Shailene Woodley, this is definitely a must-watch!

4. Better Call Saul

This is a crime-drama that is a spin-off prequel to the famous Breaking Bad series that released in 2008. Better Call Saul is set in 2002, and is about a small-time lawyer Jimmy (Bob Odenkirk) who appeared in Breaking Bad as Saul Goodman.

5. Fargo

The extremely successful TV series is on it’s 3rd season now and we’re psyched! The third season is set primarily between December 2010 and March 2011, in three Minnesota towns: St. Cloud, Eden Valley, and Eden Prairie, and is the only season to not feature the titular Fargo, North Dakota. Ewan McGregor won best performance in a limited series/ motion picture made for television for his role this year.

6. This Is Us

The highly acclaimed series delves into the lives of people who share the same birthday and whose lives are mysteriously linked to each other. Sterling K. Brown won best performance by an actor in a television series- drama at the 2018 Golden Globes for his role in this one.

So there you have it. Best shows that won our hearts at the 2018 Golden Globes. Go grab a big bucket of popcorn because you’re surely going to binge-watch the hell out of these epic shows!

P.S: You can catch the repeat telecast of the Golden Globe Awards tonight at 9 PM, only on Vh1, COLORS INFINITY, and Comedy Central.