35 Amazon Prime TV Offerings For Binge Watching Over The Holidays
Stop me when this hits too close to home. Itís winter. You donít particularly want to go outside because itís cold. Unfortunately, staying home isnít particularly exciting because an overwhelming majority of television is on hiatus. So, youíre stuck between Monopoly and freezing your damn toes off, right? Wrong. Thanks to some generous streaming and On Demand options, thereís more than enough to fill your Christmas-y plate.
On Monday, we outlined all the greatness Netflix currently has instantly streaming. Today, itís Amazon Primeís turn. The service might not be as well-discussed or quite as extensive as Netflix, but there are still an incredible number of worthwhile options to spend your next few weeks on. For example: The Good Wife and Glee and Greyís Anatomy and other things that donít start with a G.
If youíre lost and looking for some recommendations, fear not. Here are thirty-five shows you can watch right now, at least provided you have Amazon Prime.
(1) The Good WifeThe Good Wife is a legal procedural that follows the wife of a high profile politician who returns to her legal practice after her husband is caught in a scandal involving prostitutes. Most weeks follow one specific legal case from its origin to its conclusion with a small amount of overarching personal life drama carrying over each week. Itís one of best dramas on network television today.
(2) Parenthood: The NBC drama involves an extended family and the various problems they encounter going through life and interacting with one another. It offers laughs, moments of thoughtful insight and at least one plotline a week that will make you want to vomit. The problem these characters encounter are so far in the gray area and hit so close to home that theyíll likely cause you to get physically ill.
(3) Greyís Anatomy: Say what you will about Greyís Anatomy lately, but the ABC hospital drama started off with a bang and was one of the best shows on television for its first few seasons. Theyíre more than worth watching through for the first time or even revisiting again.
Looking to check out some more network shows? Try (4) Grimm, (5) Under The Dome, (6) Glee or (7) Parks And Recreation.
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