Coronavirus Lockdown Faciliates Bingeable Television

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The world is in a virtual shock and fear is taking hold. The coronavirus has cancelled everything, or almost everything. No movies. No sporting events. No gatherings of more than 10 people.

Well, Fashion Reverie is doing what we can. Here are some television shows to binge. And please make use of the comment section. Give your own suggestions!!


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Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” – 4 seasons

The most amazing thing about the Emmy-winning “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” was that the CW stayed with this painfully low-rated show for 4 seasons: but, thank goodness they did. This warm riotously funny musical—total number of 129 songs; that number is correct—looks at a woman attempting to find love while battling debilitating mental illness.

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Episode” – 5 seasons

Co-Creator Jeffrey Klarik—who made a little show called “Friends”—gifted the world with this black comedy that takes a sugarless look at the world of Network TV. Two British writers bring their critically acclaimed series to America and quickly come to regret it. Matt LeBlanc won a Golden Globe for playing himself!

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Ozark” – 3 Seasons

This excellent Netflix original flew under the radar until the last year’s Emmys where “Ozark” took home statues for Directing (Jason Bateman) and Supporting Actress (Julia Garner). The third season will be available on March 27th. When economic advisor Marty Bryde sees his money-laundering scheme with a Mexican drug cartel go horrifically awry, he’s forced to relocate to the Ozarks. Things just get worse from there.

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The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” – 4 seasons

Tiny Fey’s follow up to “30 Rock” tells the darkly comic tale of Kimmy Schmidt who was kidnapped at age 14 and forced to spend 15 years underground by a crazed Reverend. Hilarious and poignant, “The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” touches on trophy wives, gentrification, and race relations in New York City.

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Parks and Recreation” – 7 Seasons

This Amy Poehler comedy never really received the props it deserved. Starring as Leslie Knope, “Parks and Recreation” tells the story of politics in small town Pawnee, Indiana Rediscover it now.



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Killing Eve” – 2 Seasons

This show is so good Netflix tweeted about how awesome it was and urged people to check it out. Even though it’s on Hulu! The series follows Eve Polastri, a British intelligence investigator tasked with capturing psychopathic assassin Villanelle.

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You’re the Worst” – 6 Seasons

If you like your romantic comedies to be like coffee—jet black and bitter —you’ll love this dark tale of two Angelenos reluctantly falling in love and fighting happiness every step of the way.

THE BOLD TYPE – “Carry The Weight” – Jane gets an eye opening experience when she is tasked with writing a piece about a performance artist/activist who is speaking out about sexual assault. Kat is distracted by thoughts of Adena while trying to throw a memorable NY Fashion Week party for Scarlet. And Sutton gets into an awkward situation with Richard. This episode of “The Bold Type” airs Tuesday, September 5 (9:01 – 10:02 p.m. EDT) on Freeform. (Freeform/Eric Liebowitz)

The Bold Type” – 4 Seasons

Fashion Reverie gave a great review to this tale of young female empowerment set in a fashion magazine. Have you kept up? Now is the perfect time to check out again. If nothing else, you’ll get some fab outfit ideas.

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Cougar Town” – 6 Seasons

The series would spend the entire run regretting their chosen name —adding punny comments about it to the opening credits in the final seasons. It tells the stories of neighbors aka The Cul de Sac crew of Gulf Haven, Florida as they hilariously navigate a slide into middle age while drinking wine by the barrel.

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Ugly Betty” – 5 seasons

Though “Ugly Betty” was last on television 10 years ago, the adventures and meanderings of an unglamorous girl, America Ferrera, working at a fashion magazine can still hold your interest and keep you smiling and laughing. And Vanessa Williams as the conniving creative director Wilhelmina Slater is classic television at its best.

—Cameron Rose



  1. Cameron Rose says

    I’ve watched Fleabag at least 23 times. LOVE that show!

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