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The Only Binge-Watching List You'll Ever Need: What To Catch Up On Before Fall TV Premieres

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Fall TV premieres are right around the corner, but with three weeks until the new season kicks off, now's the perfect time to jump on the binge-watching bandwagon: catch up with shows you fell behind on, discover new series you might have missed in last fall's deluge, or just get nostalgic with classics that you can now watch in their entirety.

To give you plenty of options over the Labor Day long weekend, we've rounded up 27 must-watch shows, both old and new, that you can stream via Netflix and Hulu (in some cases, without needing to pay for a Hulu Plus subscription). From foreign imports like "Moone Boy," "The Fall" and "Braquo" to the most recent seasons of "Scandal," "The Good Wife" and "Parks and Recreation," there's something for everyone.

See the new star of "Doctor Who" in action before he hops into the TARDIS, check out Peggy Olson with a New Zealand accent and find out what Hugh Laurie got up to before he won our hearts as "House." And that's not even counting premium sites like HBO Go, Showtime Anytime and Amazon Instant Video, each boasting staggering libraries of shows past and present, if you have access. Check out our list below, and hit the comments with your own favorite online discoveries.

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