52 TV Shows to Binge During Quarantine
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52 TV Shows to Binge During Quarantine

Need something new to watch? These I definitely recommend!

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I went through all of the streaming platforms I currently subscribe to and picked out some of the shows I've seen that would be perfect to binge watch while being stuck in the house. Enjoy!

Glee, Netflix

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6 seasons

Boy Meets World, Disney+

7 seasons

V Wars, Netflix

1 season

Awkward., Hulu

5 seasons

Supergirl, Netflix

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4 seasons

The Flash, Netflix

5 seasons

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Netflix

3 parts

How I Met Your Mother, Hulu

9 seasons

The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, Disney+

3 seasons

Gossip Girl, Netflix

6 seasons

The Suite Life on Deck, Disney+

3 seasons

Lucifer, Netflix

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4 seasons

High School Musical: the Musical the Series, Disney+

1 season

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Netflix

6 seasons

The Crown, Netflix

3 seasons

Friday Night Lights, Hulu

5 seasons

Wizards of Waverly Place, Disney+

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4 seasons

The Witcher, Netflix

1 season

Once Upon A Time, Netflix

7 seasons

Scream Queens, Hulu

2 seasons

The Mandalorian, Disney+

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1 season

Reign, Netflix

4 seasons

Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Hulu

7 seasons

That's So Raven, Disney+

4 seasons

The Vampire Diaries, Netflix

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8 seasons

The Originals, Netflix

5 seasons

The Bold Type, Hulu

4 seasons

The Fosters, Netflix

5 seasons

The Boys, Amazon Prime Video

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1 season

Mindhunter, Netflix

2 seasons

The 100, Netflix

6 seasons

Party of Five, Hulu

1 season

Star-Crossed, Netflix

1 season

Atypical, Netflix

3 seasons

The Imagineering Story, Disney+

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1 season

Good Witch, Netflix

4 seasons

The Secret Life of the American Teenager, Hulu

5 seasons

That '70s Show, Netflix

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8 seasons

Jane the Virgin, Netflix

5 seasons

Shameless (U.S.), Netflix

9 seasons

Marvel's Runaways, Disney+

3 seasons

Dolly Parton's Heartstrings, Netflix

1 season

Locke & Key, Netflix

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1 season

Shadowhunters, Hulu

3 seasons

The Umbrella Academy, Netflix

1 season

13 Reasons Why, Netflix

3 seasons

One Tree Hill, Hulu

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9 seasons

The Ranch, Netflix

8 parts

Stranger Things, Netflix

3 seasons

Queer Eye, Netflix

4 seasons

Greenhouse Academy, Netflix

4 seasons

Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events, Netflix

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3 seasons

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