10+ Netflix Shows For Fans Who Are Depressed After 'Game of Thrones'

Well, you know what they say, when God closes one landmark TV show, he opens another for us to binge watch on Netflix.

Or at least I think that's how the saying goes...

Sad about 'Game Of Thrones'?


Need something to fill that gaping, empty hole in your life? Are you sick of filling it with things, only to feel unsatisfied?

Well, we've got some TV shows to fill your hole here folks, don't you worry!

1. 'The Last Kingdom'.


What do you want from your fantasy series? Evil villains? A historical edge? Sweet sword fights?

Well, Netflix's The Last Kingdom has got all that and more!

2. 'The Tudors'.


We all love Natalie Dormer. We especially loved her as Margaery Tyrell in Game Of Thrones.

Well, you have an opportunity to love her all over again as Anne Boleyn in The Tudors.

3. 'The Crown'.


For the World War 2 fan, we get to see a dramatized version of Britain after the great war.

John Lithgow does an amazing Winston Churchill. Seriously, if you like historical settings you'll love The Crown.

4. 'Frontier'.


We were all sad when Khal Drogo died. Admit it, you were too.

However, if you want to see Jason Mamoa being a rad dude, then look no further than his performance in this hit Netflix show.

5. 'The Magicians'.


This series about Quentin Coldwater and his travels to the university for magicians, and while it may be giving off some serious HP vibes, it's certainly for GoT fans as well.

We're talking monsters, we're talking magic, there's everything a Game Of Thrones fan could ever need!

6. 'The Shannara Chronicles'.


While it may be post-apocalyptic, this show has all the monsters, fightings and ghoulies any good Game Of Thrones fan desires.

There's impending evil, there are elves, it's all there!

7. 'House Of Cards'.


Sure, the person cast as the main character is an unfortunate choice.

That doesn't make his performance any less compelling. And it's got the betrayals of Thrones, the political intrigue of Thrones, all in a contemporary setting.

8. 'Grey's Anatomy'.


Call this old news, but I was just recently exposed to Grey's.

Guys, if you liked the drama going on in Game Of Thrones, don't shirk this series about equally insane people talking about their relationship problems.

Seriously, it's a riot.

9. 'Peaky Blinders'.


Only one type of person is going to like this show, and that's Lannister fans.

It's all about bad people having and gaining power, a theme which us Lion Lovers enjoyed immensely.

10. 'I Think You Should Leave With Tim Robinson'.


Want to laugh again? Well, do you like supernatural, almost surreal humor? Do you like not really knowing what's going on, but still laughing your head off?

Then you'll love this wacky series produced by Andy Samberg.

11. 'The Rain'.


While it's in Danish and you'll have to read subtitles, this Netflix series has all the intrigue that your favorite HBO show use to.

Oh, and a lot of death too. As well as the potential for death.

12. 'Altered Carbon'.


If you like epicness, a feeling of diving into a whole new world and most of all, mystery (all things present in Game Of Thrones) then you'll love this awesome Sci-Fi series.

13. 'Bojack Horseman'.


Maybe the thing you liked best about Game Of Thrones was being sometimes horribly, terribly depressed. Maybe it was coming to terms with your own mortality.

If this was the case, then you'll probably like this cartoon about a wacky cartoon horse. Yes, seriously.

14. 'Star Trek'.


Is this old news too? Well, for those of you who have been blowing off this old series because of the stigma, don't. I just got into it and god, it's everything I've wanted and more.

It's got adventure, cool battles, weird villains, everything you miss from GoT. And it's on Netflix.