Filled with turkey? Wiped from Black Friday shopping? Just in the mood to stay in bed during the long weekend? The best tip for any of those conditions is binging a new television show. Luckily, Us Weekly has put together a go-to binge guide for the holidays!
The first three episodes of Marvel’s latest series are available on Hulu and it’s the perfect combination of teen angst mixed with superhero powers.
If you somehow haven’t watched seasons 1 or 2 of Netflix’s Stranger Things, we’d advise getting started soon — the spoilers are already out there. If you have watched, it’s entertaining enough to watch again. Plus, with so much going on, it’s safe to assume you didn’t catch everything the first time through.
This Netflix gem was picked up for a second season before the first even premiered. Based on the FBI’s serial crime unit, this is an intense drama that will fly by.
Season 2 of Freakish hit Hulu in October, adding Brant Daugherty, Ryan McCartan and Saxon Sharbino to the cast of socially active stars. This combines the horror of The Walking Dead with the teen angst of Riverdale.
Speaking of Riverdale, season 2 is still in a full-fledge hunt for another killer on The CW, but season 1 is available on Netflix. Even if you’re not into Archie comics, the love triangles and murder mystery will rope you in.
Based on the Margaret Atwood novel, this miniseries tells the story of a poor immigrant and servant who is accused of murder. The full season is available on Netflix.
This one is much more than a true-crime satire. The Netflix comedy explores what happens after a high school gets vandalized — and it’s already been picked up for a second season.
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