Pretty Little Liars (2010-present)
After four teen girls lose their best friend Alison, an anonymous menace, "A," appears to expose the clique's dirtiest secrets. PLL -- based on Sara Shepard's mystery YA series of the same name -- follows the quartet as they try to unmask A and learn what really happened to their fearless leader. If you've ever found yourself popping open a 5.68oz can of Pringles, saying, "I swear on everything holy that I will only eat five -- that's right, five -- chips this time," only to dump the tube upside down to fish out the very last of the jagged scraps minutes later, expect a similar experience here. You'll roll your eyes at the campiness and soapiness, but you'll eat up the delicious intrigue. It's a show that's petty but powerfully suspenseful, somewhat unbelievable but certainly worth bingeing. In fact, you might not even have a choice, for you'll marvel at your lack of self-restraint when you find yourself whispering, "Oh, come on, just one more chip. I mean episode." Godspeed.