Advertisement

What to watch: Shows you were saving for a rainy day

These classic TV shows will keep you sane while you hunker down.

These classic TV shows will keep you sane while you hunker down. Photo: Getty

As cities all over the world come to a standstill, there has never been a better time to (finally) catch up on those shows you’ve been lying to your coworkers about having already seen.

Forget toilet paper, its time to stock up on popcorn and quarantine yourself to the couch with these binge-able series.

Twin Peaks (1990)

With bare supermarket shelves and quiet, ghostly streets, it already feels like we are living in a Lynchian alternate universe. So it should come as no surprise that Twin Peaks is up first.

Combining the murder of a teenage homecoming queen with surreal, supernatural twists, this 90s masterpiece is simply required viewing.

With two full seasons, a movie and a star-studded 2017 revival, what are you waiting for? It’s time to get weird.

Where to watch: Stan

Breaking Bad (2008)

If you are looking for a show that will have you hooked from episode one, this is the show for you.

Also applicable if you ever considered a career as a chemistry teacher turned drug lord.

Follow Walter White through five seasons (and a movie) as he navigates a double life as a family man and narcotics king.

Where to watch: Stan

The Sopranos  (1999)

Going outside? In these conditions? Fuggedaboutit!

Enter binge heaven with a healthy six seasons chronicling the life of Italian-American mobster Tony Soprano (James Gandolfini).

Watch as Tony confides in his psychiatrist the struggles of his two families: his actual family and his mafia family.

Where to watch: Foxtel subscription

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u9qpFgAa52U

Advertisement
Stay informed, daily
A FREE subscription to The New Daily arrives every morning and evening.
The New Daily is a trusted source of national news and information and is provided free for all Australians. Read our editorial charter.
Copyright © 2024 The New Daily.
All rights reserved.