Covid-19 (otherwise known as the Coronavirus) has stopped practically everything in normal and we’re now all stuck at home with very little to do. However, there is one thing to do and that’s what the best shows Netflix has to offer.
I already came up with a list of the best TV shows to watch on Netflix whilst in quarantine or self-isolation.
However, some people pointed out to me that there were just way too many shows on that list.
In retrospect, there really were. I ended up putting 60 TV shows on that list.
So, what I’ve decided to do is whittle down that list to a mere 10 TV shows.
These are the shows that everybody needs to watch whilst in quarantine against the Coronavirus.
These Netflix TV shows won’t be your obvious ones
That said, I am not putting on the obvious shows like Stranger Things, Orange Is The New Black and Sex Education.
These shows are already very popular and I’m sure that many of you would have watched all of them by now.
If you’re stuck inside, what you really want to do is watch something new which could be seen as one of the best shows the streaming service has to offer.
There’s so much content on Netflix, that the really good stuff can get lost and I think now is a good time to champion that more ‘cult’ content on the streaming platform.
That, in turn, means that many of these shows won’t be in the English language.
However, that’s not a bad thing. You can take this time in isolation to start broadening your viewing horizons and maybe even learn a new language by watching some of these excellent shows.
Here are the ten best TV shows to watch on Netflix
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So, without any further ado, here are the ten best shows you should be watching on Netflix whilst in quarantine.
- Money Heist
- Love, Death & Robots
- Attack On Titan
- The Rain
- Don’t Fuck With Cats
- American Vandal
These shows are a pretty wide mixture of things.
You have some Scandinavian noire stuff on there, some animated things, a horror-based show (which is terrific by the way), a superhero show in Ragnarok, some Japanese anime and some true-crime type stuff.
Something for everyone, as I like to put it.
What do you make of this list of Netflix TV shows to watch while in self-isolation?
Are there any shows on there you might like to watch?
Let us know in the comments below.
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