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5 TV Shows On Netflix and Hulu That You Need To Watch Right This Minute

Grab your TV watching supplies and hit the couch. These are ten shows that you can't pass up.


Right now is the perfect season for cuddling up with your favorite blanket, animal, or person and bingeing the next Netflix series on your watch list. But what are you supposed to do when your watch list is empty and you've already rewatched your favorite series twice this year? Well, luckily I have compiled the perfect list for my fellow binge watchers.

1.  “The Office”

If you haven't watched "The Office" already, I promise you're missing out. If you tried it and didn't get into it immediately (don't worry it happens to the best of us), just give it a little time and the sense of humor will grow on you… that is, if you have a soul.

Watch On: Netflix

2. “New Girl” 

There is nothing that I love more than a good sit-com and as far as those go, "New Girl" is my favorite. If you haven't read my earlier article about Nick Miller, then you should start there to convince yourself just how great it is. The story starts when recently single teacher, Jessica Day, moves into a loft with four strangers with equally wacky personalities. The laughs only increase from there.

Watch On: Hulu and Netflix

3. “Brooklyn Nine Nine”

Now this show is a cop show for people who don't like cop show. "Brooklyn Nine Nine" was recently introduced to me by a close friend of mine (Hi McKenna) and I haven't been able to stop watching since. It's more of a comedy than a cop show where most of the plot centers around the experiences that happen in the office, but it's not without its exciting moments. If you're looking for something to relax and laugh to, this is your show.

Watch On: Hulu

4. “American Horror Story” 

AHS is one of the more plot-centered shows on my list. I'm really not a huge fan of horror, but I was drawn in with its storyline. Each season uses the same actors but has a different story to tell so it's almost like watching a bunch of little mini-series. I would recommend starting with the second season that is set in an asylum and then decide what you watch next from there.

Watch On: Netflix

5. “Supernatural”

Maggie, if you're reading this, here it finally is. I have saved the best for last with this one, everybody. If you like comedy, good plotlines, and actors who are more than adequate to look at, WATCH THIS SHOW. The show starts when Sam and Dean Winchester's father is gone on a hunting trip and hasn't come home in a few days. The other fourteen seasons and counting is just one terribly intriguing journey to them trying to save the world.

Watch On: Netflix

I hope that at least one of these suggestions caught your eye and you'll consider visiting them next time you're on your favorite TV watching apps. So grab a blanket and some popcorn and get to watching. The weather outside might be getting colder, but things are just about to heat up on your TV screen.

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