11 Feel-Good Netflix Shows To Watch When You Are At Home

When you’d better stay at home for a relatively long period, you may feel bored, or get anxious. In order to get some relief, you can choose to watch some high-quality movies to find your inner peace. Here’s a selected list of Netflix shows for you.

1. Tiger King

As the most popular TV show nowadays in America, Tiger King is almost becoming a topic when people socialize with their friends. It’s a bizarre true-crime story you have to believe. With an 8.1 score on IMDb and 97% on Rotten Tomatoes, you don’t want to miss it.

2. Schitt’s Creek

Having an 8.3 score on IMDb and 92% on Rotten Tomatoes, Schitt’s Creek tells a story of a wealthy family who goes bankrupt and is forced to rebuild their lives with their sole remaining asset. With the development of the plot, there must be far more charming and emotionally resonant, especially by its later seasons. 

3. The Office

Having an 8.9 score on IMDb, and 81% on Rotten Tomatoes, The Office is one of the best comedies ever made. It will make you relax by watching a group of office workers go through hilarious misadventures. It’s going to lose it soon enough to NBC’s streaming service, so watch it timely.

4. Parks and Recreation

Having an 8.6 score on IMDb, and 92% on Rotten Tomatoes, Parks and Recreation is a political satire sitcom television series. Many people say that it’s a superior program as it started as a clone but evolved into something more. 

5. The Good Place

Having an 8.2 score on IMDb, and 97% on Rotten Tomatoes, The Good Place deals with death and the afterlife in a pretty method. The show recently ended its run, and it’s quite a satisfying ending for this comedy. Don’t miss it.

6. New Girl

Having a 7.7 score on IMDb, and 94% on Rotten Tomatoes, New Girl has one of the best-ever casts for a TV comedy. It’s a story centered on Jess Day, a sweet but naive twentysomething who shares a loft with three single men. New Girl consists of seven seasons, and you can watch the entire thing at once.

7. Kim’s Convenience

Kim’s Convenience is a Canadian television sitcom telling a story of a Korean family who runs a convenience store along with their daughter and estranged son. It is a sitcom about Asian immigrants, consists of 4 seasons, 51 episodes, and has an 8.3 score on IMDb. Try it if you are interested.

8. Atypical

Atypical is an excellent option for people struggling with emotion. It follows an autism-spectrum teenager, Sam, who has decided to find his romance. It’s a great series to watch, considering how often the lead has to deal with anxiety and stress.

9. Fuller House

Fuller House, the spinoff to the ’80s and ’90s sitcom, is a great show. It does not have sex but some sexual talk and innuendo. Many people enjoy its heartwarming family relationships and honest, caring vibe. Give it a chance to see whether you like it or not.

10. Derry Girls

Derry Girls is a British sitcom that follows four girls who are growing up in Northern Ireland during the last years of the Troubles. The story focuses on the period of life when, as a teen, everything feels urgent. Try it, and the two season-long series won’t let you down.

11. American Vandal

This true-crime satire is getting popular on TV. American Vandal depicts the aftermath of a costly high school prank that made twenty-seven faculty cars vandalized with a phallic image. People, who are addicted to this show may have such a question in the end: Who drew the dicks? However, it’s a pity that it was canceled after just two seasons.

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