The Top Netflix Shows to Watch with Your Date in Quarantine

Spending time indoors is challenging, but it gives you and your partner time to catch up on some, “Netflix and chill.” There are tons of shows on the world’s most popular streaming platform. Trying to decide on something good to watch can leave you surfing through a bunch of boring movies and shows.

We decided to give you a few of our top recommendations. Call up Toronto Escorts, and get your date to bring the popcorn.

Our Top Choice – Ozark Season 3

Our favorite show about our favorite money launderer returns to Netflix on March 27th for season 3 of Ozark. At the end of season 2, Marty and the family were close to escaping the cartel’s clutches. That is until his wife decided that she wanted to go full-tilt into the cartel life.

We expect season 3 to bring the same level of escalating tension throughout each episode. Be careful; watching one show alone isn’t possible. You’ll find yourself halfway through the first season in the first session, but it’s a great reason to have your date around tomorrow night for the finale.

Best Under-Rated Comedy Series – Parks and Recreation

Join Leslie Knopes and Ron Swanson as they experience a life of hijinks managing the Pawnee Parks department. This show features Nick Opperman in the standout role playing Ron Swanson, a libertarian government official that refuses to squander taxpayer’s money on government social projects.

Aziz Ansari and Amy Poehler provide some good laughs, and the show is an excellent rewind if you missed it when it aired over a decade ago.

Most Anticipated Return – Altered Carbon

Altered Carbon had a tremendous first season. This show kept the action, suspense, and thrills coming from the first episode through to the conclusion of the season. Joel Kinnaman is the star, playing an investigator looking into bioscience projects in the future.

Unfortunately, the nature of the show made Kinnaman replaceable, and Anthony Mackie gets the nod for season two, in a season that promises to be the action release of the year. Strap yourselves in and get ready to take a mind warp into the future of biohacking.

Best Apocalypse Show – Ash Vs. Evil Dead

Never let a good crisis go to waste. If you want to get in apocalypse mode, then turn on Ash Vs. Evil Dead. This show is three seasons of the most violent and crazy slasher-horror you’ll ever have the pleasure of watching. What makes Ash Vs. Evil dead so good is the way it blends comedy into an otherwise horrific show.

Ash is a man who spent the last 30-years of his life, avoiding responsibility. However, when a secret book leads to the unleashing of the apocalypse, Ash must gather himself and fight off the forces of evil. This show has some of the most horrific and violent scenes we’ve ever seen on TV.

It’s hard not to find yourself chuckling at Ash’s lines as he saws a demon in half. Bruce Campbell outdoes himself with this series, and it’s a quality way to spend your days quarantined together.

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