1. The Good Place
The Good Place is an awesome show. It features Kristen Bell and Ted Danson (from NCIS and Cheers). The writing of the show is next level, the characters are lovable, and the laughs are real. Yet, somehow you are inspired to be a better person after watching it. Its a great show to binge.
2. Dead to Me
Dead to Me, a story set post-murder of an innocent man, presents a different take on the traditional crime-series plot. It focuses on the wife of the murdered man, and the dramatic changes her personal life goes through, when she joins a grief-counseling group. It shows the developments of “powerful friendships” and witty twists in plot. Produced by Will Ferrell, this Emmy nominated show deserves a look.
6. The Carrie Diaries
For those who loved Sex and the City, Clueless, or any other 90s romcom/sitcom mashup, the Carrie Diaries are for you. Focusing on Carrie Bradshaw, the main character of HBO’s early 2000s hit (Sex and the City), this show prequels the extravagance of the New York life through the view of an everyday teen.
8. The Umbrella Academy
For superhero fans and lovers of family drama, the Umbrella Academy highlights the best of both. The Hargreeves, a dysfunctional family of adopted super-heroes, unite over the mystery of their father’s death. Critics recommend for those who love Marvel, but are tired of the typical superhero formula.