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With us all spending more time this spring at home, and less time outside, it means more time in front of the tube. While this is less than ideal, it doesn’t mean we should give up on all fun. With all the great bingeworthy streaming shows out there, we have more than enough great storylines and characters to catch up with.
Check out other fun things to do while social distancing and self quarantining.
Now, let’s jump into the best bingeworthy streaming shows!
Tiger King (Netflix)
Duh that this would be #1 on the list. It is currently #1 on Netflix, ruling memes, and once you start, you will not be able to walk away. So, did Carole do it?
The Good Place (Netflix + Hulu)
Silly and sweet, The Good Place is a bingeworthy show that will lift your spirits.
Altered Carbon (Netflix)
Altered Carbon is a great date night at home show to watch that everyone will wonder what will happen next!
The Witcher (Netflix)
The Witcher was a smash hit when it came out in late 2019 for a reason. It’s addictive for everyone.
Stranger Things (Netflix)
If you haven’t seen Stranger Things, I’m not sure what rock you’ve been living under, but now is the perfect time to catch up on this pop culture phenomenon, cult classic in the making, and binge!
If you like slightly silly teenybopper shows and zombie flicks, Daybreak is the show for you! It’s got all the things you love about a high school love story, with zombies.
Set in Keywest, Bloodline is a great thriller who done it show that will leave you guessing what is going to happen next the whole time.
Santa Clarita Diet (Netflix)
More zombies! Santa Clarita Diet shines with Drew Barrymore and will have you hooked from the first episode. The cast is perfect, it’s uplifting and downright hilarious.
Arrested Development (Netflix)
A classic for a reason, Arrested Development is always bingeworthy. You’ll never look at magicians, excuse me, illusionists, the same.
While Letterkenny has been around since 2016, it’s a new one for me. Once you watch it, you will suddenly become aware of all the cultural references that were going on around you without your knowledge. Can confirm.
Another classic, Lost, with all its seasons, can keep you occupied for a very long time. Just don’t forget to push the button!
Rick & Morty (Hulu)
Absolutely ridiculous is probably the best way to describe Rick & Morty. And if you want to go on absolutely ridiculous adventures, Rick & Morty is the show for you.
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (Amazon)
I can’t tell you why I put off watching The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel for so long. I thought it was going to be too much. But, it is incredible. It is lovable and hilarious.
Jack Ryan (Amazon)
Another great one for date night, Jack Ryan has suspense and explosions. What else do you need?
The Man in the High Castle (Amazon)
Wow. The Man in the High Castle will leave you scratching your head and wondering what the heck is going on! You’ll think if you just watch one more episode maybe you’ll get the answers and know what’s happening. Next thing you know, you’ve binged the whole thing.
For those who loved Game of Thrones, Britannia is your next bingeworthy show!
The Expanse (Amazon)
I am just now getting into The Expanse, I am seriously behind on this bingeworthy streaming show. It’s very well done and already has a cult following for a reason.
Carnival Row (Amazon)
Think of Carnival Row as Sherlock Holmes with fairies and Orlando Bloom. It is so well made and the story will suck you in.
The handsome hunk and I already binged the first season of Goliath last week. It kept us sucked in until the very end! My brother recommended it years ago, and we are finally using this stay at home order as an excuse to get into it!
What are your favorite bingeworthy streaming shows?
I’ve been watching Ozark on Netflix. It’s a really dark, crazy show!
Kristin Darhower says
Man, Tiger King makes you feel better about your own life!
I just binged watched CHEER. It was pretty good, the stories behind it might make you tear up. I also just finished Anne with an E. And most of your suggestions are on my list, ha!
I’ve binged a lot of these things! We binged The Witcher FAST, and we were big fans of Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. We also binged Picard, though that’s on CBS streaming haha 🙂
Lisa @ Extra Black Olives says
Tiger King was a dumpster fire that we couldn’t stop watching. What even happened in that show?
Tiger King feels like the only thing keeping me sane right now. I’m thinking Bloodline might be next in my queue, as I could use some Key West in my life right now!