Let the binge begin!
We've seen the memes, the playlists, the grocery hauls. Everyone is heading indoors for the #selfquarantinelife to wait out the Covid-19 outbreak. Staying indoors isn't just for your own safety and health, it's also to protect others who could be at risk for contracting the virus. There are tons of activities that you can do at home and don't worry we'll get to them, but for now, add these binge worthy shows to your at home schedule.
Who didn't dream of being a cheerleader as a kid? Cheer shows the highs and lows of this popular sport and the determination it takes to be a cheerleader.
2. Love is Blind
This spin on romantic reality tv features 30 men and women that "speed date" for ten days without actually seeing each other. There are multiple stages to the show but it all circles back to do you have to see someone to fall in love with them?
3. The Good Place
We could all use a good place right about now. This hilarious show is easy to watch but rich in plot AND there are multiple seasons so you don't have to worry about running out of episodes.
4. I Am Not Okay With This
We can't be the only ones that envisioned having superpowers while navigating high school. We know you thought about it too. Coming of age, navigating all-too-real life scenarios that involve the awkwardness of sexuality, family, and social problems... but superpowers...
5. Locke & Key
Those old and creaking pieces of furniture in your distant relative's home? Imagine they have reality-bending-super-power keys that unlock them. This is the sci-fi horror we've all been envisioning and since you're at home you might as well go unlock every piece of furniture your grandparents passed down to you..
6. Altered Carbon
Imagine 300 years from now... Covid-19 is still here. We're kidding, but really this show is set 300 years in the future where death isn't permanent and bodies can be interchanged. It's worth it and if you still want more after you watch the show, there is a book.
7. Green Eggs and Ham
Dr. Seuss holds a special place in all of our hearts. Based off the popular book, main characters Guy and Sam and their endangered animal friend embark on a road trip. It's the perfect dose of feel good and nostalgia.