15 TV shows you should totally watch while quarantined

It doesn’t matter if you’ve seen the show or it’s new to you, we’re all going to need some entertainment for the new few weeks

This image released by AMC shows Jon Hamm as Don Draper in a scene from the final season of "Mad Men." AMC took a chance by debuting a 60s period piece set in a New York ad agency filled with guys who took three-martini lunches and had trysts with secretaries. It was Mad Men and its anti-hero was the manly, forever mysterious Don Draper, played by Jon Hamm.  (Justina Mintz/AMC via AP)
This image released by AMC shows Jon Hamm as Don Draper in a scene from the final season of "Mad Men." AMC took a chance by debuting a 60s period piece set in a New York ad agency filled with guys who took three-martini lunches and had trysts with secretaries. It was Mad Men and its anti-hero was the manly, forever mysterious Don Draper, played by Jon Hamm. (Justina Mintz/AMC via AP)

In order for life to return to a somewhat normal state, we all need to self-quarantine and stay at home for now -- which means you have plenty of time to cross off some TV shows that have been on your list for a while, or rewatch one of your favorites.

So we thought, why not give you some suggestions in case you’re lost on what show to start next?

With so many options on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon and more, we’re recommending shows that have lots of seasons and are critically acclaimed.

So sit back, stay at home and happy binging.


‘Mad Men’

Arguably one of the best TV shows ever made, “Mad Men” tells the story of the advertising executives that ruled Madison Avenue in New York City in the 1960s through the lens of mystery man and creative director, Don Draper, played masterfully by Jon Hamm. The show gives you an unfiltered look into the culture of the 1960s, which is filled with cigarette smoke, bottles of whiskey and enough workplace sexual harassment to make your head spin. The 1960s were a very turbulent time in America, and “Mad Men” does an incredible job of illustrating that.

How to watch: Netflix


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