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The Queen's Gambit: Netflix
The hottest new show on Netflix is a historical drama taking place during the Cold War, featuring a female orphan (Anya-Taylor Joy) on a mission to become the world’s best chess player. It currently has a 99% rating on Rotten Tomatoes and Barack Obama has this listed as one of his favorite shows of 2020.
Self Made: Netflix
Get Organized with The Home Edit: Netflix
Calling all aspiring interior designers! This new home organization reality show features professionals Clea and Johanna, who goes into real celebrities’ homes - like Reese Witherspoon and Khloe Kardashian - and gives them a fresh new look.
Tidying Up with Marie Kondo: Netflix
Another must-see for decluttering enthusiasts; renowned Japanese organizing consultant Marie Condo showcases her innovative methods for revamping a home and gives her audience a unique perspective on the importance of minimalism.
Dear White People: Netflix
This American-comedy drama is a unique blend of satirical humor and eye-opening perspectives of today’s racially unjust society. Based in a predominantly white university, this show follows the lives of several Black students and highlights important social issues.
Love, Victor: Hulu
Hulu presents a heartfelt love story between two gay teens, which is the spinoff TV show of the movie Love, Simon. It’s produced by the leading actor of the original movie, Nick Robinson.
Never Have I Ever: Netflix
Never Have I Ever is perhaps the best new binge-show for teens out now. It tells a hilarious and equally relatable coming-of-age story of a first-generation Indian-American teen produced by The Office star, Mindy Kaling, as well as Lang Fisher.
Our Planet: Netflix
While traveling the world and visiting new places still isn’t a safe possibility, immersing ourselves virtually in beautiful landscapes is. Netflix’s documentary highlights the ethereal beauty found on Earth while exposing the climate change dilemma.
Eater’s Guide to the World: Hulu
Discover delicious culinary dishes around the world right from the comfort of your home! Warning: Do not watch this on an empty stomach.
While this medical drama is by no means an accurate reflection of reality, it may offer insight into the lives of medical workers who are working tirelessly to fight the pandemic.
This show provides facts on topics that we’ve always wondered about in 30-minute (or less) episodes.
The Mind Explained: Netflix
Psychology, anyone? This educational and highly fascinating show is narrated by Emma Stone herself.
Cosmos: Possible Worlds: Disney+, Hulu
This National Geographic original is a must-watch for anyone even remotely curious about what’s out there—beyond our atmosphere.
Emily In Paris: Netflix
Lily Collins becomes a girl boss icon while rocking ultra-chic outfits and strutting the streets of Paris. Need I say more?
Fresh Off the Boat: Hulu
Fresh Off the Boat offers a humorous look into the daily lives of a Taiwanese family adjusting to their new home in America.
Tiger King: Netflix
There’s often a good reason behind being one of the most talked about shows of 2020—and if you still don’t know why, it’s time to find out.
Brain Games: Disney+
National Geographic presents eight seasons of entertaining lessons on psychology. Prepare to have your mind blown.
Girl Boss: Netflix
Britt Robertson helps us all tap into our inner, girl boss to crush 2021.
Life Below Zero: Disney+
As we enter January, it’s natural to be completely over cold weather; however, this show is a reminder that it could be much worse.
Drain the Oceans: Disney+
What lies beneath the depths of our planet’s oceans? Find out in this intriguing National Geographic special.
The Office: Peacock and YouTube TV
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