Immersing yourself in a marathon viewing of your favourite TV shows may be as close as you can get to living the lives of the characters.
But how much would it cost to buy your favourite TV homes in 2019?
Analysis by Burton Roofing reveals the cost to purchase homes used for hit shows from Stranger Things to Downton Abbey.
Being Lord of the Abbey is no easy feat, with Downton Abbey valued at about £137m.
The fictional setting of the British drama series centred around the Crawley family boasts 300 rooms – including 61 bedrooms – sprawling rooms, jaw dropping windows and a plush estate covering 6,000 acres.
The life of a New York singleton also comes at quite the cost, with the Friends and How I Met Your Mother apartments valued at $2.2m (£1.7m) and $3.1m (£2.5m), respectively.
Monica and Rachel’s apartment, which features in all 10 seasons of the hit show, boasts two bedrooms, a bathroom, a combined kitchen and living room, and a balcony.
Because of its incredible location, it would be worth $2.1m (£1.69m) today.
Meanwhile, Ted and Marshall’s apartment on 55th Street in New York has an estimated value of $3.1m (£2.4m). The home has two bedrooms, three bathrooms and a large combined kitchen and living space.
Tony Soprano’s sprawling four-bedroom family home includes three bathrooms, dining and living room, office, utility room, patio and a pool for $1m or £849,420.
The Heisenberg lifestyle, however, seems slightly more manageable.
Walter White’s seemingly-modest detached family home in Albuquerque has three bedrooms, three bathrooms, dining and living room, kitchen, home office, laundry room, porch, garage and even a pool, and could be yours for $275,000 (£214,500).
If you can put up with the occasional mind flayer and demogorgon attacks, you could settle down in the Byers’s House in Hawkins, Indiana for $179,900 (£140,322).