30 TV Shows To Comfort you during Coronavirus self-isolation

We wanted to create a list of TV series to watch that will successfully get your mind off of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic while you are in isolation. TV series that will make you laugh and not think about the end of the world. So nothing too gory, too dramatic, or too thought-provoking. The best thing we can all do is stay at home, keep a social distance, and check in on our loved ones. We suggest you share this list and enjoy these positive shows with them (on FaceTime or Zoom).

If you are looking for other shows, check out our 57 Best Shows of the 2000s and our Best Shows of 2019 lists.

Stay safe. Stay at home!

This list is in no particular order:

Community (NBC/HULU)

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia (HULU)

Better Things (FX/HULU)

 

You’re The Worst (FXX/HULU)

 

Friday Night Lights (NBC/HULU)

 

Broad City (Comedy Central/HULU)

Workaholics (HULU/AMAZON PRIME)

 

Episodes (Showtime/Netflix/HULU)

Pen15 (HULU)

The Office (Netflix)

Russian Doll (Netflix)

 

The Good Place (NBC/Netflix/HULU)

Catastrophe (AMAZON PRIME)

 

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (AMAZON PRIME)

30 Rock (HULU/AMAZON PRIME)

 

Parks and Recreation (Netflix/HULU/AMAZON PRIME)

Curb Your Enthusiasm (HBO)

The Mindy Project (HULU)

 

Royal Pains (Netflix)

Superstore (NBC/HULU/YouTube)

Californication (Showtime/HULU/YouTube)

Brooklyn Nine Nine (NBC/HULU/YouTube)

How It’s Made (HULU)

 

White Collar (HULU)

 

Monk (AMAZON PRIME)

Arrested Development (Netflix/HULU)

Psych (AMAZON)

That ’70s Show (Netflix/YouTube)

Gilmore Girls (Netflix)

Single Parents (NBC/HULU)

 

BONUS:

VEEP (HBO)

This might hit too close to home when you realize what an idiot we have in the White House.

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