It's cold pretty much everywhere in the U.S. this week. In honor of this week's cold front, we've rounded up some of the most bingeworthy TV, including new releases and old favorites you can find on various streaming platforms.
Great British Baking Show
The quintessential "cozy" show just debuted a new season in a week-by-week format on Netflix — but a winner has been crowned, the season has wrapped up and all the episodes are there for your binge-watching pleasure. Past seasons are on Netflix as well, if you have some catching up to do — or just give it a rewatch. You know you want to.
The show is also available for purchase on YouTube, iTunes, Google Play and Vudu.
Season five of everyone's favorite family comedy just dropped on Netflix, and if you've never seen the show, it's time to start from episode one. The Rose family will warm your hearts during this chilly weather. You can also watch the show with a YouTube TV subscription, or it's available for purchase on Amazon Prime, iTunes and Google Play.
The Good Place
If you want something that makes you laugh and also makes you wonder what it means to be a good person, watch or re-watch the NBC comedy currently in its fourth season. You can watch older seasons on Netflix or current episodes on Hulu or NBC. You can also find past episodes for purchase on iTunes or Google Play.
Jason Bateman as a shady financial planner? Sold. OK, we know this show has been around for a couple of years, but it's a prime binge-watching Netflix-only show with three full seasons of Bateman maneuvering money laundering shenanigans.
If you're feeling determined, you *could* binge-watch all of this show before season three drops on Sunday. You don't have to enjoy period dramas to enjoy this Netflix original show, which follows the life of Queen Elizabeth II.
Get cozy and nostalgic with the classic 1980s comedy series. All seven seasons — that's 164 episodes for you to binge — are available on Hulu.
The newest season of the happiest cry-fest on television (er, streaming) dropped on Netflix recently, featuring the cast making over lives, people and homes in Japan.
The Morning Show
The Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston show debuted on the new Apple TV Plus, featuring the two iconic actresses as TV journalists alongside Steve Carrell, who is accused of sexual misconduct.
His Dark Materials
Adapted from the book series of the same name by Philip Pullman, the first two episodes of the eight-episode HBO season have already debuted to good reviews on Rotten Tomatoes.
Inspired by Tana French's popular books "In the Woods" and "The Likeness," this Starz series debuted on Nov. 10 with two detectives tracking down a murderer.
The End of the F***ing World
Season two of the Netflix show picks up with the lead character looking for revenge. This darkly funny show is surprisingly sweet at times and will keep you guessing.
An adaptation of the Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett novel, the Amazon Prime series features Martin Sheen and David Tennant as an angel and a demon trying to save the world.
Curb Your Enthusiasm
It's a show about nothing about the guy who created the show about nothing. If you've never seen a single episode, you can pick literally any season and start there because, you know, it's about nothing. But it's laugh-out-loud funny, and the old seasons are just as good as the newer ones. You can find it on HBO or Amazon Prime.
BoJack is, in my opinion, the best show on television (or streaming) right now. You'd never expect the sad and funny Netflix show about a depressed, alcoholic, washed-up celebrity (who also happens to be a horse) to make you spend so much time meditating on your own decisions, both past and future, and what it means to be human. It'll rip your heart right out of your chest, but you'll be laughing, so it evens out.
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