During these hard times, the only source of entertainment we got is watching TV shows, movies, and playing video games. The Coronavirus quarantine can be a nightmare to deal with, especially if you’re stuck between four walls.
The pandemic has already surpassed 1,6 million cases. Although countries are finding it difficult to deal with,
we have no shortage or home entertainment to keep us occupied.
Probably the best thing you could do while at home dealing with the Coronavirus quarantine is watching TV shows. With hundreds and possibly thousands out there, we’ve singled out the best 3.
So, let’s get right into it.
THE CHEF SHOW
The Chef Show, as you might expect, is a cooking show that you’ve never heard of. Why is that? Well, the Chef Show isn’t like Masterchef, in the sense that it does have a multi-million dollar budget.
Quite the contrary, the best thing about The Chef Show is that it differentiates from Masterchef and other high-end cooking shows. In this show, Roy Choi and Jon Favreau decided to reunite after shooting the movie “Chef”. They decided their chemistry was very real in the kitchen and opted to do something different. You will instantly notice how great a duo Choi and Favreau are, and you’ll instantly like some of the characters they bring in the kitchen with them.
The Chef Show will give you brilliant first-hand insight into cooking some amazing dishes. Their specialties range from ordinary street foods to absolute pieces of art. The Chef Show is probably the best thing to watch while in bed and an even better way to get inspired as to what to prepare next.
You can stream Choi and Favreau’s kitchen adventures on Netflix.
The Detectorists is a very laid-back TV show that portrays the unlikely friendships between two rivals. But not just any type of rivals, rivals within an industry that both profit a lot from.
If the name didn’t give it away, then we’re talking about two metal detector enthusiasts that hike mountains in search of treasures. Andy and Lance, the two enthusiasts, spend a lot of time together that ultimately strengthens their friendship even more. As a matter of fact, there’s a lot of talking in this TV show but there is a reason for it.
The directors of The Detectorists portray very relatable situations in both Andy and Lance’s lives. But most importantly, every small talk hides a detail of their friendship that the viewers uncover piece by piece. And like we said, these conversations can be very relatable with situations and friendships from our very own lives. The best thing about the show is its laid-back approach and casual thematic that gives you the best and chillest 25 minutes of your life.
You can stream The Detectorists on Netflix, Acron TV, and Amazon Prime
PARKS AND RECREATION
If you’re into sitcoms then Parks and Recreation is quite possibly one of the best TV shows on Earth for you to watch during the Coronavirus quarantine. Not only will it bring a smile to your face, but you very much might end up laughing the entire time. It’s a great way to get your daily positivity in a time that all we see is despair and negativity.
The plot of the show is a group of people that work in the park department. The fictional town where everything is happening is the town of Pawnee, Indiana. And like any other sitcom, the town full of eccentric characters that will make you watch episode after episode. Speaking of which, Parks and Recreation have a whopping seven seasons behind it. That’s 125 episodes for you to dive into. We’d say that’s more than enough to survive the Coronavirus quarantine.
You might even recognize some of your favorite actors such as Chris Pratt, Amy Poehler, Aubrey Plaza, Adam Scott, Aziz Ansari, and the ever beautiful Rob Lowe.