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How to Handle the Dreaded Off-Season

We all know the saying, “all good things must come to an end.” This phrase rings especially true when it comes to my favorite shows after the season finale airs, and I’m left with nothing but replays until the following year’s season premiere. Luckily, streaming sites such as Netflix and Hulu have hundreds of shows with plenty of seasons to fill the void. I’ve listed some of the best below so we all won’t be sad for too long.

Gilmore Girls - Now now, I know there are plenty of us who are already committed and know Rory and Lorelai's stories like the back of our hands. However, with Netflix’s recent release of a final season, it’s never a bad time to take another visit to Stars Hollow, and relive the first six seasons.

Prison Break - Before I get started I want to give a quick warning -- you will end up in bed for a whole weekend watching this show once you start it. An innocent man is sent to jail and placed on death row for a crime he didn’t commit. His brother’s mission? To get him out of there! Follow the journey of Michael and Lincoln down their twisted path, and I promise you will not regret it.

Scandal - For fans of Grey’s Anatomy, hello to your next addiction! Shonda Rhimes doesn’t disappoint. She will keep you on the edge of your seat with this Washington, D.C .-based drama, with enough cliffhangers to keep you hitting the next episode button. Team Jake or Team Fitz? Tune in to pick a side!

Key & Peele - Hands-down, one of my favorite sketch comedy shows! Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key often tackle society’s biggest debates and issues through their sketches, and most of them will have you rolling on the ground laughing. While the show only ran for five seasons, it’s still a hit that will be remembered forever.

Black-Ish - If there is one show I make sure to watch the night it premieres, it’s Black-Ish. This show follows the lives of an upper class, black family as they go through the trials and tribulations of life in a demographic that is often gone unnoticed. The show touches on the social and political aspects of their lifestyle, while still having the funniest cast of children you can find on television.

Thanks for the pic, Pexels!

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Published: Nov 29, 2017


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