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There’s no denying that we are all trying to find a way to stay safe and sane in the midst of the chaos taking place in the world right now. During this time of social distancing, TV and in-home entertainment are extremely important outlets to help keep our minds distracted.

So, we surveyed some of our working-from-home PureWow coworkers to see what they are currently bingeing. Here, 15 recommendations for the best shows to watch right now.

boardwalk empire
HBO

1. ‘Boardwalk Empire’

Recommended by: Roberta Fiorito, Editor, Branded Content

What they had to say: “Steve Buscemi is everything. I know I'm like a decade late to this but holy wow this is amazing—and not just because I go to Atlantic City a lot.”

Where to watch: Hulu

jane the virgin
cw

2. ‘Jane the Virgin’

Recommended by: Rachel Bowie, Director of Special Projects

What they had to say: “The content is light (telenovela-themed) but there are five seasons to wade through. And it was just rated one of the top shows of 2019 in its series finale year!”

Where to watch: Netflix

happy endings
ABC

3. ‘Happy Endings’

Recommended by: Phil Vuong, SVP, Finance

What they had to say: “One of the funniest sitcoms that nobody watched. Can stream on Hulu, only three seasons.”

Where to watch: Hulu

netflix
Netflix

4. ‘Don’t F*** with Cats’

Recommended by: Sally Herrod, Director, Audience Development

What'd they have to say: “This is quite possibly the craziest story I've ever heard. A wild whodunnit to catch an internet killer. Three part docuseries about the best and worst of the internet in one show.”

Where to watch: Netflix

the society
Netflix

5. ‘The Society’

Recommended by: Ariel Pietrobono, Sales Marketing Manager

What they had to say: “Gen Z's answer to Lord of the Flies.”

Where to watch: Netflix

the office
NBC

6. ‘The Office’

Recommended by: Rachel Gulmi, Associate Managing Editor, Branded Content

What they had to say: “Does this even need a comment?”

Where to watch: Netflix

you
Netflix

7. ‘You’

Recommended by: Rachel Gulmi, Associate Managing Editor, Branded Content

What they had to say: “ It’s about a creepy guy who stalks a girl, dates her and maybe kills people in the process.”

Where to watch: Netflix

holy hell
Netflix

8. ‘Holy Hell’

Recommended by: Katherine Gillen, Food Editor

What they had to say: “An exposé told from within a real-life West Hollywood cult. Lots of twists and turns!”

Where to watch: Netflix

mad men
AMC

9. ‘Mad Men’

Recommended by: Alexandra Hough, Associate Editor, News & Entertainment

What they had to say: “There’s nothing quite like watching Jon Hamm walk down Madison Avenue and leading a secret life.”

Where to watch: Netflix

the boys
Amazon

10. ‘The Boys’

Recommended by: Phil Vuong, SVP, Finance

What they had to say: “If superheroes were actually terrible people who abused their powers when the cameras are off. Pretty cool.”

Where to watch: Amazon Prime

elite
Netflix

11. ‘Elite’

Recommended by: Ariel Pietrobono, Sales Marketing Manager

What they had to say: “You have to watch in subtitles because it's a Spanish show. Really dark story about rich teens and the secrets they are hiding.”

Where to watch: Netflix

the mandalorian
Disney+

12. ‘The Mandalorian’

Recommended by: Phil Vuong, SVP, Finance

What they had to say: “Two words: Baby Yoda.”

Where to watch: Disney+

chernobyl
HBO

13. ‘Chernobyl’

Recommended by: Roberta Fiorito, Editor, Branded Content

What they had to say: “Sad, creepy and haunting, but visually arresting and truly eye-opening. It's a miniseries so you can ‘breeze’ through it.”

Where to watch: HBO

the chef show
Netflix

14. ‘The Chef Show’

Recommended by: Rachel Gulmi, Associate Managing Editor, Branded Content

What they had to say: “Jon Favreau and Roy Choi cooking casually with celeb guests. What more could you want?”

Where to watch: Netflix

gemstones
hbo

15. ‘The Righteous Gemstones’

Recommended by: Sally Herrod, Director, Audience Development

What they had to say: “An outrageous, laugh out loud comedy about a family running a cashed up/dodgy church conglomerate. Written and created by Danny McBride.”

Where to watch: HBO

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