Entertainment Hub TV recommendations for binging during quarantine

This year more than ever, people have been spending countless hours in front of the TV, watching the latest shows and catching up on classics they may have been too busy to watch before. Once you’ve finished those great shows, it’s worth finding a list of TV recommendations, and Entertainment Hub has five for you.

TV recommendations for gorging

While everyone knows about award winners like Schitt’s Creek, Killing Eve, and Breaking Bad, there are plenty of hidden gems just waiting to be watched, and you just might enjoy them even more.

Here are five shows you should watch while you’re looking for something to watch during the holiday quarantine.

  1. The premise of a football manager going to the UK to lead a professional football team doesn’t seem like such an exciting TV show but somehow Ted Lasso developed by the genius of the comedy Bill Lawrence (Scrubs, Cougar Town) based on a character created by series star Jason Sudeikis, was the most enjoyable show of 2020. The 10-episode season airs on Apple TV and offers the perfect mix comedy and heart.
  2. British comedy Love Sick is a few years old, but this underrated rom-com is one of the best binge-worthy shows around. Following the love lives and love affairs of three friends – Dylan, Luke and Evie (played by a pre-The Good Doctor Antonia Thomas), this three-season series has a lot of hearts for romantics everywhere.
  3. It’s the holiday season, so if you want to get in the festive mood, check out Merry Happy Whatever, which bowed on Netflix last Christmas. The comedy stars Dennis Quaid as a widowed father who welcomes home his four children for Christmas, including his youngest (played by Bridgit Mendler) who brings home his musician boyfriend (Brent Morin) to spend the week. Needless to say, the strict Irish sheriff isn’t too happy about the man keeping his daughter in California. Lots of laughs in the show, many of which are provided by Ashley Tisdale.
  4. Speaking of vacations, Dash & Lily is another Netflix treat that oozes out of the season. While the show focuses on a pair of teenagers, this show is great for families to enjoy together. A whirlwind Christmas romance ensues between a cynical Dash and an optimistic Lily, who trade challenges, dreams, and desires in a notebook they pass around New York City. Perfect for getting everyone in the Christmas spirit.
  5. With Season 2 of NBC’s musical-drama Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist set to premiere in early January, it’s the perfect time to catch up on the first 12 episodes of Season 1 on Hulu. Jane Levy plays the title character who magically begins to hear people’s deepest desires and desires through popular songs sung by her friends, family and co-workers. The show, which is both touching and fun, also features popular Broadway singers Skylar Astin, Alex Newell and Peter Gallagher, as well as Lorelei Gilmore herself, Lauren Graham. The final eight minutes of the finale are one of the best eight minutes of television this writer has ever seen.
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