Being quarantined for a few weeks during the coronavirus pandemic has its ups and downs. Let’s focus on the good things today – like bingeing any show or movie you want.

We’ve been recommending movies and shows to each other here on the Koi-Fly team, and we want to share them with you. So, grab your popcorn and binge away!

1. The Invisible Man

Recently released on Amazon Prime, YouTube and Google Play, Carter highly recommended the newest remake of The Invisible Man. It scored a 91 percent on Rotten Tomatoes.

2. Tiger King

Recently released on Netflix, Dave started bingeing the 1 season true crime documentary series. It’s definitely different, but that’s what makes it so binge-worthy!

3. Brooklyn 99

Eric and Dave jumped back in on the 7-season series, available on Hulu, YouTube, Sling TV, NBC, and fuboTV.

4. The Americans

Carter has started watching this intense series from Season 1, Episode 1 and is hooked. Fun fact – Dave worked on this show for seasons one and two! Available on Amazon Prime, YouTube, Vudu, and Google Play.

5. Lost

Another show on Eric’s list is great to watch, and re-watch, and re-watch on Hulu, Amazon Prime, YouTube, Google Play, and Vudu.

6. Jojo Rabbit

A favorite comedy of Erin’s, available on YouTube, Amazon Prime, Vudu, and Google Play.

7. Friends

I mean, who hasn’t binged all 10 seasons of Friends yet?

8. New Girl

Let’s be honest. Who hasn’t rewatched all 7 seasons? Uplifting shows are essential right now, and New Girl is one of Erin’s essential comedies on her list.

9. Elmo

This is basically the only show Leslie has been watching while her 4-year-old and 1-year-old are home from school and daycare. It’s still a timeless classic!

10. Alice in Wonderland

Throwback movies and shows are always fun to watch, especially when they’re available on Disney+!

11. Little Fires Everywhere

Stacey’s love of mystery brought her to the newly released and already popular drama, available on Hulu.

12. Knives Out

Nicole and Carter jumped in on this mystery and loved it. The movie scored a 97 percent on Rotten Tomatoes! Watch it on Amazon Prime, YouTube, Vudu, and Google Play.

13. Homeland

Dave went back to the 2011 drama, available on Hulu, YouTube, Sling TV, Showtime, and Amazon Prime.

14. The Stranger

Crime and misdemeanors are a different type of mayhem and distraction. Stacey just started to go down this rabbit hole that includes a girl in a hat letting people know secrets about their closest family members. She says The Stranger is definitely bingeworthy! It’s available only on Netflix, so we hope you have your subscription!

15. Ozark

Stacey and Eric are loving the return of Ozark – Season 3 on Netflix. This is the story of moody good-boy-gone-bad, Jason Bateman and his family of criminal masterminds.

 

That’s our list for now – it will most likely double, or triple, in the upcoming weeks.

Let us know your thoughts on the above movies and shows in the comments below, and get watching!

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