Try watching some of these series while on extended break


Joe Parsley

Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, and HBO NOW are some of the streaming services with binge-worthy TV series.

Joe Parsley, Website & Video Managing Editor

With spring break quickly approaching on top of the coronavirus canceling all school in Idaho until April 20th, you’re probably going to have some free time on your hands.

Sure, you still have to do online school and maybe you might hang out with friends six feet apart, but you’ll definitely have some alone time to relax and watch TV.

Now is a better time than ever to try a streaming service if you don’t already have one to binge watch a (new) TV series.

I suppose you could watch the popular series like The Office, Game of Thrones, Criminal Minds, Family Guy, etc., but maybe you don’t want to watch those for a 10th time.

If so, here are some new series, categorized by genre, you can binge watch while on extended break.


Letterkenny – Hulu

Trailer Park Boys – Netflix

Brooklyn Nine-Nine – Hulu


Black Mirror – Netflix 

12 Monkeys – Hulu

Altered Carbon – Netflix

Westworld – HBO

The Mandalorian – Disney+


Person of Interest – Netflix 

Forensic Files – Netflix

Blacklist – Netflix 

Ozark – Netflix (new season will be released on March 27)


Love is Blind – Netflix

Catfish: The TV Show – Hulu

Doomsday Preppers – Netflix

Chopped – Hulu

House Hunters – Hulu


The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron, Boy Genius – Hulu

Rick and Morty – Hulu 

The Magic School Bus – Netflix

Phineas and Ferb – Disney+