There has been a lot of debate in recent times on the value TV shows add to the life of students with the prevailing notion that they are inappropriate and educational. So we have created a list of the TOP 5 TV SERIES FOR STUDENTS.

The media has for a long time presented women as objects and there is nothing factual about the reality TV shows other than the unrealistic utopia being aired every day. So, the issue has been the lack of TV shows with both entertaining and educating content that does not undermine college work.

As students look for thesis writing help and use the time to watch these shows, they should be able to learn a number of things here and there! Even with the influx of so many entertainment-only shows aired on TV today, there still are options that could add some good value to the life of students. In that case, here are the top 5 Tv-Shows that are useful to students who want to get entertained and learn at the same time.


A Young Doctor's Notebook
Started in 2012, streaming on Netflix and on DVD

This show is set at the Russian revolution outset and stars Jon Hamm and Daniel Radcliffe as the same actor at various life stages.

This show presents their struggle as addiction to morphine weighs them down.

Current & Previous Stars: Jon Hamm, Daniel Radcliffe, Rosie Cavaliero

Started in 2016, streaming on Amazon Prime Video, Hulu and on DVD

Those interested in history and science fiction are highly encouraged to watch Timeless.  This TV show teaches history but with a little twist for entertainment and other objectives.

However, it is not meant for only those who are a history major. You can enjoy the adventures happening in the show as the characters endeavour to neutralise the Garcia Flynn threat, who has a plan to “kill America in the crib.”

Current & Previous Stars: Abigail Spencer, Matt Lanter, Malcolm Barrett


Doctor Who
Started in 2005, streaming on Netflix and on DVD

Presented like a mix of two programs that have realised success. The show revolves around a spunky alien travelling through time and space to save the world in the Time And Relative Dimension In Space (TARDIS) blue police box.

Ideally, for more than fifty years in the past, those who founded the show had already begun it with the aim of making it family-oriented and educational. Even after moving away from the initial concept, the program has some educational value to some students. Watching the “The Doctor’s Wife” episode would help you know what petrichor was.

Something a bit odd is the fact that Doctor keeps regenerating somewhat like a starfish having a Scottish or English accent and is committed to save the world, ideally without having to leave London.

He has enemies, the greatest of all being the Daleks who also are extraterrestrials with British accents. You would think that the show was mainly done in London and the neighboring cities such as Cardiff.

Current & Previous Stars: David Tennant, Matt Smith, Peter Capaldi

The Good Doctor
Started in 2017, streaming on Amazon Prime Video

This is a series touching on social, ethical and medical perspectives. The show takes the viewer on a suspenseful and heartwarming journey taken by an autistic surgical resident by the name Shaun Murphy.

The show is about Shaun’s story and his different colleagues as they commit themselves to save ailing individuals from their sicknesses and at times from Shaun.

Current & Previous Stars: Freddie Highmore, Nicholas Gonzalez, Antonia Thomas


The Walking Dead
Started in 2010, streaming on Amazon Prime Video and on DVD

This is a new look, showing the tired zombie cliché that has received an overwhelming support and at the same time some form of hate.

However, it is good for entertainment due to its cliffhangers and the many dramas revolving around it. Still, you cannot avoid binge watching.

Current & Previous Stars: Andrew Lincoln, Jon Bernthal, Sarah Wayne Callies