Here are five of Netflix’s best options for providing the perfect background show while subscribers work from home.
For some people, getting things done in complete silence is difficult, forcing them to seek out something to fill the void of emptiness that haunts them relentlessly. Fortunately for many people who are spending more time at home, Netflix has a plethora of options for finding the right background show to help them get through the day.
Certain criteria must be met in order to be accepted into the exclusive club of elite background content. Each one must be a simple-to-follow series that most people have seen before, with an easy-to-understand premise and a high replay value. The number of episodes is also important because no one wants to have to keep scrolling to find a new option after the previous one has ended. Generally, anything over the 100-episode mark should suffice. Here are five fantastic shows that not only meet these requirements admirably but will also set the tone for any Netflix at-home experience.
Season 5 of Weeds
Those who didn’t have Showtime when this incredible gem first aired were missing out on a smokin’ good time. Weeds, the show that launched Orange is the New Black creator Jenji Kohan’s career, follows Nancy Botwin, a suburban housewife who is forced to sell marijuana to support her family after her husband’s untimely death.
Nancy took audiences on a wild ride as she rose through the ranks of the marijuana industry before it was legalized, from neighborhood dealer to cartel kingpin. Weeds is a great option to blaze in the background because it has an excellent balance of comedy and drama, as well as a slew of famous faces popping up in some wickedly funny roles over the course of its seven-season run.
Season 6 of Community
If Netflix subscribers are looking for some hilarious community college shenanigans, they should enroll in Community, a hit series created by Dan Harmon. Returning to school is never easy, but Jeff Winger, Abed, Annie, and the rest of the (in)famous study group take viewers on unforgettable, laugh-inducing adventures semester after semester, giving everyone who watches it a one-of-a-kind college experience that no other institution can match.
The community will provide a satisfying background companion filled with some of the most innovative and unique comedy series episodes the genre has to offer, despite the fact that it will not provide any type of education.
Season 9 of The Office
Never before in the history of television has a show been held in such high regard as the go-to option for anyone looking for something to watch. The Office, the game-changing, critically acclaimed NBC series, could have won the award for greatest comedy series ever made several times over, as its fan base shows no signs of waning many years after the final episode aired.
The hysterical mockumentary series about the simple everyday antics of a Scranton, Pennsylvania-based paper-selling company is a hilarious, heartfelt masterpiece that stands head and shoulders above shows like How I Met Your Mother, The Big Bang Theory, and even Friends. Michael Scott, Dwight, Pam, and the rest of Dunder Mifflin will always have fans’ backs, no matter what, thanks to Michael Scott, Dwight, Pam, and the rest of Dunder Mifflin. That’s exactly what she stated!
Recreation and Parks (Seven seasons)
Leslie Knope would undoubtedly be near the top of this list if The Office made it. Parks and Recreation took home the silver medal, narrowly edging out the other popular NBC mockumentary series.
Nothing inspires me more than seeing the parks department of the great city of Pawnee, Indiana, go through all kinds of heartbreak in their quest to make their community the best it can be. This deeply amusing sitcom has no shortage of heart and is the ideal cure for procrastination, giving any at-home worker the power of 100 Leslie Knopes, implying that productivity will skyrocket with Parks and Recreations in the background.
That ’70s Show is a Television Show set in the 1970s (Eight seasons)
There’s nothing like a mind-numbing, comical blast from the past to brighten up a person’s day, which is why Netflix’s That ’70s Show is such a strange choice.
The hilarious sitcom followed six adolescent friends as they navigated the retro era, getting themselves into a variety of time-related, laugh-out-loud situations. It’s safe to prescribe any Netflix subscriber a fun-filled, easygoing, groovy trip down memory lane that keeps the mood funky fresh, and funny no matter what if basic cable deems a title worthy of playing reruns all day for waiting rooms all over the world.
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