8 shows on Netflix to get you through the summer

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Yes, summer is a time for relaxation, going to the beach, and having LOTS of cookouts. But you know what else summer is great for? NETFLIX.

Why go outside and sweat when you could stay in the air conditioning and watch endless amounts of television? Netflix has a bountiful array of programs to keep you occupied throughout the summer and below is a list of shows that you certainly cannot miss.

Most have probably watched the staples like "House of Cards" and "Orange is the New Black," so scroll through below and find new inspiration for your summer plans.

1.) "Breaking Bad"
If you want a series that will alleviate you from all social activity, choose all five seasons of "Breaking Bad." The AMC drama is an award-winning, one-hour long thrill ride that will never even once make you think of going outside to enjoy the sun.
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2.) "Friends"
You really can't go wrong with a sitcom from the 90's on NBC. "Friends" was genius and if you are in your twenties and haven't seen "Friends" get on it! You could thank us later.
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3.) "Cheers"
The show centered around a group of friends who socialized at a Boston bar called "Cheers," how can you go wrong?? Get ready for some nostalgia and lots of laughs.
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4.) "30 Rock"
If you want a gut-busting, witty comedy, look no further than NBC's "30 Rock." Modeled after Tina Fey's days at "Saturday Night Live," "30 Rock" explores the daily ongoings of a female head writer for a sketch comedy show on NBC. Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin are comedy gold.
30 ROCK -- Season 2 -- Pictured: (l-r) Tracy Morgan, Alec Baldwin, Tina Fey, Jane Krakowski, Jack McBrayer -- Photo by: Mary Ellen Mathew/NBCU Photo Bank

5.) "The Office"
Who knew a paper company could be so funny! Based off a fictional paper company in Scranton, Pennsylvania, "The Office," is another NBC masterpiece. Odds are you probably have seen the show before, but why not watch it again! You know you could use more Michael Scott in your life.
THE OFFICE -- "The Fire" Episode 4 -- Aired 10/11/2005 -- Pictured: (l-r) John Krasinski as Jim Halpert, Jenna Fischer as Pam Beesly, Paul Lieberstein as Toby Flenderson, and Brian Baumgartner as Kevin Malone -- Photo by: Paul Drinkwater/NBCU Photo Bank

6.) "Gilmore Girls"
Where they lead, we will follow. The pop culture filled, reference driven mother-daughter WB comedy will have you talking like Lorelai Gilmore by the end of season one.
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7.) "Lost"
Oh "Lost," how we've missed thee. If you didn't watch this highly talked about ABC series , it's time to buckle down and start the binging. The show centered around the survivors of Oceanic Flight 815 and quickly became a cultural phenomenon. Start now as the show is six seasons long, but so worth it.
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8.) "The West Wing"
Odds are you are done binging "House of Cards," at least we hope so! To fill that political void, check out NBC's "The West Wing." From genius Aaron Sorkin, "The West Wing" chronicles the lives of staffers in the west wing of the White House. If you are a fan of the walk and talk, you'll be a fan of "The West Wing."
THE WEST WING -- Season 2 -- Pictured: (l-r) Richard Schiff as Toby Ziegler, Allison Janney as Claudida Jean 'C.J.' Cregg, Dule Hill as Charlie Young, John Spencer as Leo McGarry, Martin Sheen as President Josiah 'Jed' Bartlet, Rob Lowe as Sam Seaborn, Janel Maloney as Donna Moss, Bradley Whitford as Josh Lyman -- Photo by: NBCU Photo Bank

This list will likely take you into the fall which is perfect because all of our other favorite shows are back on the air! In the meantime, click through the slideshow below to check out some of your favorite bingable TV show apartments. Monica Geller, we want your apartment!

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8 shows on Netflix to get you through the summer
Apartment envy to the max!  Monica's amazing apartment in the village is what dreams are made of...and that's it, just dreams. (Photo by: Gary Null/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)
Oliva Pope knew what was up when purchasing her DC pad. Everything from her white sofa to cashmere blanket, and we can't forget those infamous wine glasses. (Photo by: ABC/Nicole Wilder)
Will and Grace's NYC apartment was huge and we have been jealous of it ever since. (Photo by: Chris Haston/NBCU Photo Bank)
Dr. Frasier Crane's Seattle apartment fit the character perfectly.  That view, though! (Photo by: NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)
The Jefferson's uptown digs were very nice and downright amazing. (Photo by CBS via Getty Images)
The apartment in New Girl, though. If they are looking for roommates, sign us up! (Photo by: Fox via Getty images)
Jerry's apartment was pretty big for one person, and he even had room to hang his bike! (Photo by Joseph Del Valle/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)
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