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What We’re Streaming on Netflix While Social Distancing

Social distancing means staying at home, where you can pass the time by catching up on all the shows you’ve wanted to watch but haven’t had time. Here are some of our favorite Netflix shows (and movies too!) that we’ll be streaming while at home.


Jason Bateman plays a father from Chicago with a seemingly normal accounting job who is also the top money launderer for the second largest drug cartel in Mexico. After an attempt gone wrong, he moves his family to the Missouri Ozarks in a $500 million money laundering mission to please a druglord.
Where to watch it: Netflix
Why we like it: With three seasons of high-stakes drama, this show has plenty of binge worthy episodes to keep you entertained for weeks.

Schitts Creek

A wealthy family is dramatically uprooted from their lavish lifestyle, and all they have left is a tiny town they purchased as a joke: Schitt’s Creek. As they navigate their new, not-so-glamorous life, they find themselves in humorous situations with the town’s cast of characters.
Where to watch it: Netflix
Why we like it: Stars like Eugene Levy and Catherine O’hara make all six feel-good seasons binge-worthy!

Self Made

This four-part series tells the inspiring story of an African American washer-woman turned first female self-made millionaire. With an A-list cast that includes Tiffany Hadish and Ocatvia Spencer, this series tells the story of a woman’s climb to success.
Where to watch it: Netflix
Why we like it: It’s impossible to not feel both inspired and empowered with every episode.

Tiger King

Everyone is talking about this docuseries, which takes viewers inside the world of big cat facilities across the country. You will meet Joe Exotic, a wannabe reality star and convicted criminal; cult leader Doc Antle; and a zoo owner housing over 12,000 lions, tigers and bears (oh my!).
Where to watch it: Netflix
Why we like it: Tiger King captivates its audience with true-crime, comedy, oddity and gives an inside look at the underground world of many taboo topics!

Bring the Movie Theater Home

As movie theaters started to close, streaming services jumped into action to bring movies straight to viewers at home. The following films were released early.

Frozen 2: Disney+ added the second part of Anna, Elsa, Olaf and the whole gang’s story to the streaming service early. This sequel takes you on Elsa’s journey as she seeks the truth about herself and an ancient mystery that is endangering her kingdom.

Trolls World Tour: Universal Pictures is debuting this flick, which features Poppy and Branch’s journey to discover six tribes devoted to their own styles of music, on April 10. It can be rented for a 48-hour period for $19.99.

Onward: Follow the story of two elf brothers as they go on a fast-paced journey to spend one more day with their deceased father. The movie launched on Disney+ on April 3, or it can be purchased digitally and on Movies Anywhere for $19.99.


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Written by Kelly Gilmore

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