6 Shows You Should Already Be Binging...
Television has never been more accessible or abundant than it is today. There's always a new show coming out for any and every taste out there to enjoy. Nothing kicks a weekend off better than queuing up for that show you've been waiting all day to watch or all week to drop. On this list we're going to take a look at some binge worthy shows that'll have you canceling plans and binge watching at home all weekend long.
Extraordinary is definitely the new kid on the block of this list. Newly released in January of this year, this UK comedy follows Jen as she struggles to find herself in a crazy world. In a reality where everybody has superpowers, Jen sticks out like a sore thumb as one of the few who are powerless. On a journey to find her powers and maybe even who she truly is, she realizes that the journey may not be as easy as she thought. Extraordinary is a wonderful satire full of self-reflection and growth.
Doogie Kameāloha, M.D.
In recent times we've seen a lot of reboots coming across our television screens, some good and some not so good. However, that's certainly not the case here. Doogie Kameāloha, M.D is an amazing reboot that stands next to, and not in the shadows, of its 1989 predecessor. This show does a great job of giving the original a modern update while still giving subtle nods to the original Doogie Howard in a way that both new and old audiences can enjoy together.
Everyone is used to the regally scandalous tales of shows like Bridgerton and Reign, where the outside lives of the characters are enviable but their private lives are riddled with secrets. Harlots is anything but regal and that's what makes this show so enjoyable. This is a show that follows the seedy lives of women of pleasure and the "proper" gentleman they serve. Two opposing Harlot houses battle each other with trickery, lies and deceit as they both vye for top house and a slightly better life for themselves than yesterday.
Workin' Moms easily lands itself on this binge worthy list because of how real this scripted show is. Whether you have children or not the trials and tribulations the women of this show go through is something anyone could relate to. If the relatability isn't enough, then the uninhibited dialogue will definitely do the trick.
Ghosts is cute, quirky and definitely a must watch comedy. Follow Sam and Jay as they try to make their American dream come true by turning a decrepit mansion into a bed and breakfast, the only problem? It's chock-full of ghosts that only Sam can see. Hilarity ensues as you watch Sam and Jay navigate demanding ghosts and their eccentric personalities.
Ending off our picks is the hilarious K-Drama Mr. Queen, a show that takes the phrase "walk a mile in my shoes" literally. This show follows a playboy chef in the modern era who suddenly finds himself trapped inside the body of a queen from the Joseon era. Mr. Queen provides hours of entertainment as Jang Bong-hwan finds out what it really takes to survive as a woman in an ancient era.