5 Shows You Need To Binge On While At Home This Christmas

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Christmas break is awesome. You get to go home for a few days, spend some time with your family, and get away from work. If you’re company is not a bunch of heathens, then you get off Christmas Eve and Christmas, like we do here at the Christian-loving Grandex. Since you have that added day back home with your family, you’re going to need some entertainment to get you through the weekend — conversation about work, the grandkids you haven’t given them yet, or the lack of a love life can only take you so far, after all.


Where to watch: Amazon Prime Video
Seasons: 5

Suits is by far one of my favorite shows on TV right now. Harvey Specter and Mike Ross are perfect compliments to each other. And they both toss zingers at Louis. And the ladies of the show are worth the watch too. Donna, Rachel, Dana, and Katrina all bring some sexy eye candy to the offices of Pearson-Specter-Litt. Once you start this show, you’ll be in the rabbit hole for the next day or two and won’t even care.

You’re The Worst

Where to watch: Hulu
Seasons: 2

It first took me a few shows to really get into it, but now I’m all-in on You’re The Worst. Maybe it’s because I have some of Jimmy’s asshole tendencies, or I just like watching Sam and his rap group making Gretchen their bitch. It’s pretty funny. Since it’s only three seasons, you’ll be able to knock this one out rather quickly.

White Collar

Where to watch: Netflix
Seasons: 6

Do you want to learn how to steal very expensive art? Well then White Collar is the perfect show for you. Thanks to Neal Caffrey, noted art thief, and his sidekick Mozzie. FBI Agent and head of the White Collar unit, Peter Burke, offers Neal a chance at a free-ish life (he has an ankle bracelet that he constantly finds ways to get around) if he helps the FBI catch some high-profile criminals. It’s action-packed and you won’t be able to stop watching. Oh yeah, Kelly Kapowski is in it.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine

Where to watch: Hulu Plus
Seasons: 3

Brooklyn Nine-Nine is hilarious. If you haven’t gotten a chance to check it out yet, you really should. Andy Samberg and Terry Crews are the two high name celebs in this show, but there is plenty of comedic relief from the rest of the cast. If there’s something that Jake can fuck up, he will, but somehow always comes out on top — which pisses off the “perfect” employee in Amy Santiago.


Where to watch: Netflix, Hulu Plus
Seasons: 2

A fairly new series has taken over Monday nights on FOX, and it’ll bring back your childhood days of watching Batman. Only this time, the show is set pre-Batman days with a young Bruce Wayne who has just seen his parents murdered. The show really does a great job of showing what Gotham is like with all the hoodlums and crazies, just like you would see in a Batman movie. Season 2 started in September, so you have plenty of time to catch up to catch the second half of the season when it starts up again in February.

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