Here’s What I’ve Been Binge Watching While Social Distancing
If you're finding yourself at the end of your "to-watch" list when it comes to streaming, here's a few picks to help you out.
Not only do you get all of the most recent stuff, but what has me most excited is the access to every Wrestlemania ever That means classics like Hogan vs. Andre the Giant. WWE will be giving access to their service for FREE. It looks a lot like Netflix, but with nothing but wrestling.
If you've never seen Letterkenny, pitter patter and figure it out. The show is about a small Canadian town and it's crazy assortment of residents. It's quite possibly my favorite show on Hulu, seeing as how I grew up in a town of 5,000 and their problems were a lot like ours. Letterkenny is exclusively available on Hulu.
Holy smokes this documentary is crazy, and I grew up in Oklahoma well aware of Joe Exotic. There are enough plot twists to this story to give M. Night Shyamalan whiplash. This true story revolves around drug lords, exotic animals, PETA, and a crazy guy with a mullet who has a zoo in Oklahoma. Truth is always stranger than fiction.
It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia
Season 14 of one of my all time favorite TV shows is finally here, and for the most part I enjoyed it. Granted, as with every season, there are some episodes that I could probably do without. However, the gang is still "the gang" and as I told a friend of mine, it's like they doubled down on the insanity. Plus, if you've never seen the show now would be a great time to catch up.
Lost Weekend: Partying With Van Halen
If you haven't seen this yet, you have to. MTV had a contest to send someone to party with Van Halen for a weekend. It's a wild story about a kid who gets to have a dream weekend having a weekend he still doesn't remember with one of the rowdiest bands in Rock N Roll. The documentary runs about 15 minutes in length, and is worth every minute.