Now that I've finished Season 3 of Ozark on Netflix, what the heck do I watch now?

I know what you're thinking, there are so many shows on multiple networks, platforms and channels, how could I possibly be at a loss for a new TV show to get into? Well, I kind of am. Although like most of the country we are bunkered down at home, working from home, and kids doing school from home. And as much as I am enjoying this time with my family and getting home projects worked on and my business dealings, I do like to escape from it all with a good TV series if I can.


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Appreciate complicated emotions. They're often the most honest. #OzarkS3

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I was hoping to get back in Homeland on Showtime, but after watching a few episodes of the newest season (I honestly forget what season they're on at this point) I'm not attached to it like I used to be. Then I thought I'd get into a few different docuseries. We did watch Tiger King (of course) like almost everyone has, but there are slim pickings even when it comes to documentaries right now. I did start the McMillions documentary, following the scandal behind the McDonald's Monopoly scratch-and-win game. So far, so good.

 

 

 

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I've gotten a few suggestions from friends. Some include The Affair, Schitt's Creek, Yellowstone, Succession, Seal Team and Jack Ryan.

We did watch Season 1 of Jack Ryan and it was really good. Boston guy John Krasinski stars in the Amazon Prime series and is a whole new person compared to playing Jim Halpert on The Office. So I think Jack Ryan, it is!


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