The weather outside is getting truly frightful, but these shows are definitely a delightful way to pass the time. Whether you’re looking for a new comedy to watch with your family when you head home for the holidays, or you’re in need of something to binge before the new year, cozy up with one of these shows. Get comfy and start streaming!
For a funny show about friendship, watch ‘Harlem’
In this new comedy series, a group of fashionable and funny friends navigate their love lives and careers in Harlem. Get ready to laugh along as they stumble through adulthood while trying their best to keep it all together while still being good friends to each other. Fans of Insecure will likely really enjoy this show.
For some history and laughs, watch ‘The Great’
Season two of the hilarious comedy is finally out, and it picks up after the season one finale following Catherine’s coup that royally ticked off Peter. She becomes a mother and has to deal with Peter trying to take Russia back from her, all while rocking some epic outfits. Let the squabbling continue and the chaos ensue!
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Get some old Hollywood glamour with ‘The Last Tycoon’
Before Lily Collins was scampering around the city of love for Emily in Paris, she was living it up in 1930s Hollywood in The Last Tycoon trying to make it in showbusiness. The show is loosely based on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel of the same name and also stars Matt Bomer. If you’re into seeing some glam outfits and some family drama, this show is the perfect quick watch.
Indulge your sadness with ‘Normal People’
If you’re in the mood for a ‘Sad Girl Winter’, Normal People has you covered. Prepare to cry as you follow along with Marianne and Connell’s on-again, off-again relationship from high school through university. FYI, every scene of Connell wearing his chain will make you jealous that Phoebe Bridgers is dating series star Paul Mescal.
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Take a trip to the wild west with ‘Yellowstone’
Yellowstone returns for a new season, and the drama just keeps on coming. The Yellowstone ranch is under fire yet again, and after the attack on the Dutton family in season three, the fourth season picks up with a firefight and that’s just the tip of the murderous iceberg. There’s action, bloodshed and lots of shady deals to keep you guessing what else could possibly happen this season.
Get in some family time with ‘Kim’s Convenience’
Before Simu Liu was Xu Shang-Chi, he was warming our hearts and making us laugh as Jung Kim on Canada’s Kim’s Convenience. Although the series is officially over, you can still watch the first three seasons and get in on the Kim family hijinks. Seasons four and five aren’t out on Prime just yet, but at least this will give you your Simu fix until the next Shang-Chi movie drops.