5.Parks and Recreation
Whisk yourself away to Pawnee, a fictional town in Indiana and follow the goings on at the Parks and Recreation Department of the government, very amusing and you’ll get to see Star Lord actor Chris Pratt.
Ever wondered what a bunch of folk on community service would do with super powers? Here’s your chance to find out. This is fun although with quite a lot of vulgar language it’s not really one for the kids
3.Game Of Thrones
Unless you’ve been living under a rock you’ll know Game of Thrones is an epic fantasy with battles, giants, dragons and boobs.. Weekly this was quite a tough show for me to get into but binged it’s easy to get addicted.. and hopefully you’ll be out of self isolation before the last season.
2.The Good Doctor
As you already know I’m a sucker for a medical drama and this one is very good. Follow Shaun Murphy, an autistic doctor, as he learns to heal the sick and work in a hospital environment.
You think COVID-19 is scary, seems a patch on radiation poisoning! This Docudrama follows the tragic nuclear meltdown in Chernobyl in 1986, the series is chilling, gripping and well worth our number 1 spot.