Watch Next: Three TV Show Recommendations

Watch Next: Three TV Show Recommendations

Alex Wire

In the midst of school, jobs, extracurricular activities, as well as the litany of other things that take up student’s time, it can be difficult to carve out time to relax. It’s important to make the most out of precious free time, and one of my favorite ways is to get in bed under a mountain of blankets and turn on a show. I’d like to share some of my go-to shows right now to help everyone else out there unwind.


Avatar: The Last Airbender: I first saw Avatar back in elementary school, and my love for it hasn’t died since then. This show follows the path of a child blessed with the power to control the elements on his journey to liberate the world from the tyrannical and ruthless fire nation, while trying to master the power within him. It is lighthearted, and a great series to casually binge. It follows a pretty basic hero’s journey plot line, but always finds a way to stay entertaining.  This show can be found on Netflix. This is a must watch in my opinion, it appeals to everybody.


The Mandalorian: The Mandalorian is a compelling, gritty series based in the Star Wars universe. This show places unfamiliar characters in a setting that most have grown to think fondly of. The only downside of this show is the low episode count, as only one full season being released, with another being released periodically at the time of writing. This show follows the path of a bounty hunter exploring his more nurturing side, as a powerful child falls into his care. Pedro Pascal plays the role of the Mandalorian very well, and is once again a must watch.This can be seen on Disney+.


World War II In Color: This documentary series is incredibly informative, and features restored footage from World War Two. The narration is incredible as well. Somehow, even though you already know the outcome of the war, the show still manages to create suspense and intrigue through incredible narration, and a treasure trove of restored photos and videos from the war. World War II in Color is an incredibly appealing show to anyone interested in History. Unlike the previous two, this show may not be appealing to those who don’t enjoy documentaries. But if that’s something you like, definitely give this a watch. It can be found on Netflix.