Which Netflix Show Should You Binge While In Coronavirus Quarantine?

With so many different shows available on Netflix, it can be hard to decide what to binge. Oh the pressure! Take this quiz and we'll tell you exactly which one you should watch!

Anna Claro
Created by Anna Claro
On Mar 30, 2020

What's your favorite type of TV show to watch?

Which of these Amazon Prime shows would you potentially be interested in binging?

Which out of these recent Emmy winners is the most talented?

What about these recent Emmy winners?

What are your plans for your quarantine?

What's your favorite streaming service (besides Netflix)?

Which of these new Apple TV shows looks interesting to you?

What continent are you quarantined in?

You should watch...The Office!

You should watch...The Office!

According to your answers, you should watch The Office! You tend to go for funny, easy-to-watch sitcoms, so The Office will be the perfect show to binge during this quarantine.

You should watch...Ugly Delicious

You should watch...Ugly Delicious

According to your answers, you should watch Ugly Delicious! You tend to go for documentary style shows, so Ugly Delicious will be the perfect show to binge during this quarantine. The food looks amazing and the host is really funny!

You should watch...Love Is Blind

You should watch...Love Is Blind

According to your answers, you should watch Love Is Blind! You tend to go for dramatic reality shows, so Love Is Blind will be the perfect show to binge during this quarantine. It's hosted by Nick Lachey (of course) and is basically a more intense version of "The Bachelor".

You should watch...Black Mirror

You should watch...Black Mirror

According to your answers, you should watch Black Mirror! You tend to go for high drama, hour long shows, so Black Mirror will be the perfect show to binge during this quarantine. It's all about the effects of technology and how it might shape our future.

Which Netflix Show Should You Binge While In Coronavirus Quarantine?

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