Here are three of my favorite shows that you should be watching to help you cope now that Game of Thrones has ended.

Game of Thrones came to an end over the weekend and fans are so upset that they’ve been collecting signatures to petition a redo of season 8. There’s even a Game of Thrones hotline set up for hardcore Game of Thrones fans to help them cope. Even though this may seem extreme there is no doubt that once you get invested in your favorite characters you want a great ending for them.

So whether you are a former Game of Thrones fan or just looking to watch some really intriguing, thrilling and addictive shows, then check out my top favorites:

Killing Eve

Killing Eve stars Sandra Oh and newcomer Jodie Comer, one an assassin, the other a secret operative, together they are obsessed with each other and as the viewer, you become obsessed with both of them. The show is currently in its second season and is available via Hulu and the BBC America, AMC and other streaming services.

Dead To Me

Christina Applegate absolutely shines in the dark, drama-comedy Dead To Me. She plays a widow trying to deal with her grief after losing her husband in a freak accident. At a grievers meeting, she meets her soon-to-be best friend, but things are not what they seem and secrets begin to emerge that builds an intricate connection between all parties. Dead To Me’s first season is out and is only available on Netflix.

Conversations with A Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes

Conversations With A Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes is a mini-series documentary that is made up of actual footage from the news outlets, actual court video recordings and audio recording with Ted Bundy. This was such an intriguing documentary that gave the viewer a firsthand account of went down behind the scenes during the spectacle of court proceedings, phone calls, and meetings between Bundy and the people that interacted with him up until the end. The Ted Bundy Tapes is only available on Netflix.

Bonus Watch: Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile

Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile is the Netflix movie release starring Zac Efron as Ted Bundy. Efron was incredibly convincing in his role and opens with his initial arrest. The documentary also heavily presents the perspective of his girlfriend at the time and the difficulty of coming to terms with the fact that Bundy was, a serial killer after all. This movie is only available via Netflix.