During the self-isolation period at home, it’s the perfect time to occupy yourself by stocking up on some good ole TV show entertainment via some Netflix binging. We’ve rounded up 5 shows that’ll provide you with hours of entertainment during some social distancing.
Marlon is a show in the vein of classic suburban sitcoms – providing easy watching and laugh-a-minute to fill the void that shows like Big Bang Theory and Two and a Half Men have left. Starring Marlon Wayans, the series show life of a divorced couple as they try and keep their family and friendly relationship together despite having very different views on the world.
Love is Blind
You’ve probably heard the buzz about Love is Blind already, but if you’re a fan of reality TV, this is the dating show for you. For this unconventional dating show, singles who want to be loved for who they are, rather than what they look like, have signed up for a new approach to modern dating. The show follows contestants who hope to meet the person they want to spend the rest of their lives with…without ever having seen them. Hosted by Nick and Vanessa Lachey, this addictive 10-part series will uncover whether looks or age do matter, or if love really is blind.
If you want some thrills and high-tension moments with your Netflix binging, Ozark will provide that in spades. Starring Jason Bateman, Ozark is a crime drama that follows a financial advisor and his family’s sudden move and subsequent entanglement with a Mexican drug cartel. They must then launder money to appease a drug lord. The series writers are elite and the acting is top tier. They are two seasons in and will be releasing season three towards the end of March so you have time to catch up before the new season drops.
The fascination with the psychologically disturbed is explored in You, starring Penn Badgley. Putting you in the mind of the stalker, this thriller show follows the life of a bookstore manager who falls in love and becomes obsessed with an aspiring writer. Using social media to stalk her every move and builds his master plan of making his move, it’s hair-raising and addictive at the same time.
Locke & Key
A spooky house, mysterious doors, and hidden keys? Sounds like the perfect set-up for Netflix’s new mystery show, Locke & Key. The ten-episode series is based on Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez’s Locke & Key graphic novels, and stars Jackson Robert Scott, Connor Jessup, and Emilia Jones as the Locke children. After moving into the ancestral manor, the gang start discovering bizarre keys. Pretty soon, they start unlocking all manner of supernatural forces that’ll uncover a family mystery.