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It's also a great time to stay in, watch TV, and do absolutely nothing else. Thanks to streaming services like Netflix, HBO Go, Hulu and Amazon Prime, there are a ton of great shows you can stream while you're avoiding sunlight.
Here are 26 that you'll be able to wrap up before heading back to work next week. Action-packed and twisty, "Altered Carbon" is a great episode mystery to work through on your days off.
Netflix "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" Amazon Prime Amazon's period comedy about a housewife turned stand-up comedian took home Golden Globes this year for best comedy TV series and best actress in a comedy series for star Rachel Brosnahan.
The funny, expertly cast comedy with eight hour-long episodes to keep you busy for a couple days. Netflix "Lost in Space" Netflix Netflix rebooted the s sci-fi TV show "Lost in Space," creating a more modern version of the Robinson family that feels grounded, while still "out there" in a similar way as the original.
Parker Posey is also a standout as the slimy Dr.
Smith in the episode first season. It follows a group of teenagers as they realize not only that they're special, but that their conspiratorial parents are not to be trusted.
At 10 episodes, it's a quick watch and an interesting take on superhero TV shows. The eight-episode season is a relatively quick watch but has plenty of action and intrigue to keep viewers engaged. Netflix "Wormwood" Netflix Directed by legendary documentarian Errol Morris, the hybrid docu-drama miniseries "Wormwood" digs into the story of a man's death, reportedly as part of a CIA experiment in the s.
But as files are declassified and more information comes to light, "Wormwood" tells the story of a possible Cold War conspiracy, reenacted by some top Hollywood talent.
If you're looking for a new true crime obsession, the six-part miniseries is perfect.
Netflix "Future Man" Hulu A guy who finds himself recruited by soldiers from the future to fight genetically enhanced bad guys in "Future Man," because he's awesome at a video game.
Turns out, he's not especially good at anything else.
Riffing on classics like "Back to the Future," "Future Man" is pretty funny, and pretty smart, too. And with one season out, it's easy to work through in a couple of lazy days.
Hulu "Dark" Netflix It's easy to get lost in the mystery of "Dark," which centers on a small German town where children keep going missing. Before long, it becomes clear there' sci-fi spookiness afoot, as events start to mirror similar ones that happened 33 years ago. With the first season available, "Dark" is a quick watch that will keep you glued to your seat.
Netflix "The Orville" Hulu The first season of "The Orville" is all available on Hulu, and anybody itching for a return to old-school "Star Trek" should give it a shot. The show is basically what would happen if regular people served on the U.
Enterprise -- a humorous and accessible take on the "Star Trek" formula, but which still gets what made those series so endearing.
Fox "The Punisher" Netflix The latest of the Marvel Netflix series follows a former marine who takes down criminals -- and finds himself unwittingly at the center of a conspiracy.
The series gets even weirder after that, constantly posing mysterious questions about the woman's powers and her kidnapping. The strangeness only escalates, so binge now for a mystery to solve ahead of the show's second season. Netflix "Castle Rock" Hulu Part adaptation, part original story, "Castle Rock" takes place in the spooky town that's the setting for many of Stephen King's spookiest stories.
The six-episode documentary miniseries goes through the story of Durst's early life and the disappearance of his wife, through two other deaths, and ends with a possible bombshell break in the case.
It's the kind of binge watch material that's hard to pull away from. Intense, personal and powerful, the part series tells the story of the war in a way that few other movies or series have captured.
The documentary covers the sorted story of the crime, the investigation, and the prosecution over 10 episodes, raising plenty of questions about whether Avery is guilty along the way.
The plan: stop the assassination of John F. Kennedy and rewrite the entire future of America for the better.
The entire story is perfect weekend material, covered in just eight episodes. A second season of the show is on the way, but it probably won't land until , so you've got plenty of time to catch up.
HBO "The Confession Tapes" Netflix The latest true crime documentary series on Netflix focuses on several cases in which people confessed to crimes they claim they didn't actually commit.
Each case will leave viewers wondering if the people in question really are the perpetrators, or if police misconduct, psychological probing and other factors are really to blame for creating false confessions. There are no easy answers, but the questions "The Confession Tapes" raises about the American justice system are definitely interesting ones.
Netflix "The Keepers" Netflix Another of Netflix's lengthy true crime documentary sets out to try to find the killer of Sister Cathy Cesnick, a Catholic nun and teacher who died in The show quickly uncovers a sprawling, horrific tale of sexual abuse at a Baltimore Catholic school that might have led to Sister Cathy's murder, and possibly a cover up.
NBC "The Staircase" Netflix Dig into the story of the murder trial of Michael Peterson, accused of killing his wife Kathleen on the staircase in their house, as the story spans more than a decade.
Netflix's new documentary adds three new episodes to the story of the trial, which took place in , and its aftermath, digging into the investigation surrounding Peterson, the trial, and his ultimate fate.