What to Stream on Netflix While You’re Stuck at Home
Whether it’s a rainy day or unprecedented matters have you stuck inside, it can be hard to stay entertained. Let us make your day a little more enjoyable by picking your next binge-watch. From the family-friendly box office hit Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse to the cult classic Breaking Bad, here a few of our video production studio‘s top picks to stream on Netflix right now.
Once you pick a good flick, try out Netflix Party to create virtual movie nights with your family and friends!
For a Good Laugh
Schitt’s Creek: A mega-wealthy couple suddenly finds themselves broke and forced to live in an armpit of a town they once purchased as a joke, Schitt’s Creek. As if it wasn’t enough for the video store owner and his soap opera star wife to adjust to their newfound life in ‘poverty,’ their two spoiled, adult-aged children are forced to adjust as well. We’re confident the hit Canadian sitcom will have you laughing within minutes.
I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson: A sketch comedy series starring comedian Tim Robinson. Each episode debuts new, offbeat characters in extremely awkward, yet meme-worthy, situations ranging from a hot-dog-shaped car crash to a job interview gone wrong because the interviewee can’t open the door while trying to leave. Don’t worry if you’re confused, we were too. Just take our advice and give it a try.
Other Comedy Recommendations:
- The Good Place
- The Office
- Arrested Development
- New Girl
For Your Next Reality TV Binge
Love Is Blind: The overnight sensation follows a group of singles as they fall in love and get engaged without ever seeing each other. And yes, you heard us right, no social media stalking or video chatting allowed. Once engaged, the social dating experiment takes the couples through normal relationship stages, such as a honeymoon and moving in together, to see if love is truly blind or if physical attraction is necessary to make it to the alter. Although some may be skeptical, we guarantee you’ll be hooked after the first episode.
The Circle: Everything isn’t as it seems on Netflix’s new reality TV, game show crossover The Circle. The highly addictive series follows a group of strangers moving into the same apartment building; however, their only communication with each other is through a social media app. Players can choose to show their real identity or create a fake profile, otherwise known as a “catfish.” Players try to decipher who is being honest and who is hiding behind a fake photo.
Other Reality Recommendations:
- Queer Eye
- Skin Wars
- Dating Around
- Billy On The Street
- The Great British Baking Show
For Family Night
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse: A top choice for your next family movie night, this installment in the Spidey world follows Miles Morales’ journey from normal teenager to star-studded superhero. The animated box office hit is definitely a must-watch for all Marvel maniacs.
Stranger Things: Netflix’s original sci-fi series, Stranger Things, transports viewers back to the ‘80s with its classic tunes and mass amounts of short-shorts. The show is centered around the town of Hawkins, Indiana and the mysterious vanishing of young Will Byers. Supernatural forces come into play as Will’s family and friends try to solve his disappearance. Sci-fi lovers, be prepared to get hooked! *More suitable for teens
Other Family Recommendations:
- John Mulaney & The Sack Lunch Bunch
- Fuller House
- A Series of Unfortunate Events
- Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
To Catch Up on Hit TV Shows
Breaking Bad: Regardless if you’ve already seen the critically acclaimed drama series or not – it’s totally worth a rewatch, or two! Breaking Bad is guaranteed to keep you entertained for days to come. High school chemistry teacher Walter White finds himself in financial distress after learning he has terminal cancer and quickly realizes he must make a life-altering decision to support his family. He teams up with former student, Jesse Pinkman, to manufacture and sell crystal meth to make ends meet.
Mad Men: Taking you back to New York in the mid-1960s, Mad Men follows successful businessman Don Draper as he tries to juggle his high-pressure job and family life. The show-stopping series won multiple awards including 16 Emmys and five Golden Globes.
- Grey’s Anatomy
- How to Get Away with Murder
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