5 shows on Netflix you should watch during self-quarantine

COVID-19 coronavirus (SARS-CoV2) is literally everywhere. The Coronavirus has spread through every continent affecting businesses, education, and economies as a whole. So, while taking precautions is no longer just a recommendation, self-isolation is a highly suggested measure to avoid this wave of sickness. You may better know the term quarantine as it is going around commonly these days. So, as you stock up your groceries and necessities, we are here to remind you of the biggest essential. Netflix. Well, no better time than now to catch up with the shows you always said you were going to watch. At this time of global dismay, we can all use some light-hearted shows to get ourselves by.

5 Netflix shows to watch as you Quarantine away from Coronavirus.

Gilmore Girls


Who here has not heard of the iconic mommy-daughter duo, the Gilmore Girls. If you’re having a bad day, just watch an episode or two (or binge it all night) of Loralai and Rori navigate their way through their small town and big dreams. The show has a surreal 8.1 out of 10 ratings on IMDb so, it probably is worth your time.

Arrested Development

Well… the story of members of a dysfunctional family forced to be with one another. This show is bound to give you a good time as the Bluth family tries to navigate their way around each other. Originally aired on Fox, the show recently was made available on Netflix. Rated 8.8/10 on IMDb, this 2003 show has got it all!

Young and Hungry

If you’re in your twenties, you may find this show a little bit too relatable. The show stars the infamous Hannah Montana co-star, Emily Osment. Young and Hungry is also directed by another Disney star, Ashley Tisdale. The show, though not as highly critically acclaimed, is definitely worth a watch and it is available on Netflix.

Gossip Girl

She will never tell who she is but, there are so many juicy secrets from the Upper East Side that she will tell. Navigating through New York’s finest families, Gossip Girl is going to bring down them all. Xoxo. (P.S who does not love Blake Lively?) Available on Netflix, the show is a classic!

BoJack Horseman


We did not need to add this to the list as the show already is a fan favorite. Netflix’s BoJack Horseman has it’s own genre of entertainment as we follow the different colored horse through the chronicles of his life.

Stay indoors and stay safe!

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