10 Netflix Shows To Watch During Quarantine
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10 Netflix Shows To Watch During Quarantine

Watching the same shows and movies for a month can get old.

10 Netflix Shows To Watch During Quarantine

While everyone is stuck in the house with family and roommates, its the perfect time to catch up on some Netflix shows! Here are 10 of my favorites for you to try.

1: That 70's Show


That 70's Show shows a group of teenagers in the 70's as they grow up together and navigate all the drama and obstacles that come with high school. Teenagers causing trouble and falling in love makes for one of the best shows to watch when you can't do much yourself.

2: Criminal Minds


If you're a crime lover and have not watched Criminal Minds, I would highly recommend it. Between falling in love with the characters and digging deep into the minds of serial killers, you're sure to get hooked! Plus who doesn't love Spencer Reid and Derek Morgan. You don't have to worry about running out of episodes either since there are 15 seasons, 12 of which are on Netflix!

3: The Ranch


The Ranch is a cheesy comedy that involves a lot of the actors from That 70's Show. So, if you just can't let go of Kelso, Hyde, Red, Kitty, Fez, and more, give The Ranch a try!

4: The Fosters


This show touches on some very important political issues in a unique way. It's dramatic and entertaining, but definitely makes you think about the way our society works.

5: All American


When a Crenshaw football player is recruited to play for Beverly Hills, the difference in values and way of life becomes a problem for him. This show is certain to keep the whole family entertained as it explores sports, romance, and family dynamics.

6: Shameless


Shameless shows the life of an alcoholic father, his children, and their community as they try to survive the crime ridden streets of Chicago. It's hilarious, dramatic, and will definitely keep you interested.

7: Conversations With A Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes


If you watched the movie "Extremely Wicked Shockingly Evil and Vile" and Zac Efron's portrayal of Ted Bundy made you fall in love with the famous serial killer, take some time to watch this documentary about him and see if it changes your mind. It plays actual tapes from interviews with Ted Bundy and explores the case itself, rather than focusing on his charm and public persona.

8: Jane The Virgin


If you like Telenovelas or Soap Operas with a comedic twist, this is the perfect show for you! It's funny, dramatic, and wild enough to keep you on your toes!

9: Schitts Creek


This is a dry comedy that may take you a little bit of time to get in to, but if you spend the time you will find yourself rooting for the characters all the way to the end. There are 5 seasons of family drama to entertain you, just in case you don't have enough of your own during quarantine.

10: What's New Scooby-Doo?


While you have all this extra time on your hands, might as well throw it back to your stress free childhood days. Rewatching all the Scooby-Doo episodes you can find is the perfect way to do that. However, I would recommend sticking to the classics.

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