In the midst of a quarantine to slow the spread of COVID-19, it can be difficult to pass the time. Playing cards or video games helps for a while, but nothing kills a few hours like binge-watching a new show. If you find yourself aimlessly searching for a new series on Netflix or Hulu, consider one of these binge-worthy options compiled by our dynamic duo of Zach and Maya. With a diverse range of tastes between the two, there’s something for everyone on this list.
The Office (Netflix) – While many of you have probably already seen the entire series at least once, it’s just as funny the 10th time as it was the first. But seriously, if you don’t like this show we can’t be friends.
Breaking Bad (Netflix) – One of the most popular shows of all time, the transformation of lead characters Walter White and Jesse Pinkman is fascinating to watch.
Tiger King (Netflix) – Released less than two weeks ago, this series about big cat breeding and its bizarre underworld has taken the world by storm. Just be prepared you may not be sure what you watched afterward.
All American (Netflix) – With no live sports for the foreseeable future, this series about a rising high school football player in California will help you fill the void.
Love Island (Hulu) – Fans of the Bachelor and Big Brother will enjoy this reality dating show cut from the same cloth.
Top Chef (Hulu) – As we’re all social distancing in quarantine, now is a great time to learn some new tricks in the kitchen or at the very least clean out your refrigerator before things start to expire.
Stranger Things (Netflix) – With mystery, action, romance and a quintessential 80s setting, this show has a little bit of everything.
You (Netflix) – Known for his portrayal of Dan Humphrey on Gossip Girl, Penn Badgley takes on a new role as the lead in this psychological thriller.
House Hunters (Hulu) – Just because we’re stuck in our own homes doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy watching others shop for a new house.
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia (Hulu) – A slapstick comedy featuring Danny DeVito. Need we say more?