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If you haven’t heard, spring is officially here. But on behalf of homebodies everywhere, I’m here to say just because the weather is nicer that doesn’t guarantee you’re going to be seeing much of me in any social scene any time soon. So if you’re in need of some at-home entertainment, here are 5 new TV shows to stream all weekend long.

Brené Brown: Atlas of the Heart


A little extra dose of wellness never hurt anybody. And living-your-life-to-the-fullest guru Brené Brown’s new series is ready to deliver the healing energy you didn’t know you needed. Each episode takes viewers on a journey through the full range of emotions and experiences that define what it means to be human. Brown combines storytelling with pop culture references to reconsider what it means to have meaningful connections with ourselves and those around us. Namaste.


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When the very first episode of Atlanta aired in 2016, no one was prepared for how greatly it would impact society at large. Flash forward to now, when leading man and executive producer Donald Glover has revealed the final season of the undeniably influential show. This new season takes place almost entirely in Europe and finds Glover’s character, Alfred Miles, trying to navigate the struggles that come with the newfound success he’s had in the music industry. It’s a must-watch.



In the past few years, we’ve seen a handful of shows attempt to transport audiences back to the 1970s, only to receive very little enthusiasm from audiences. HBO Max’s Minx is quickly changing that, sparking a new conversation about the risqué time. The lighthearted show follows an aspiring feminist magazine editor who joins forces with a low-rent publisher to create the industry’s first erotic magazine for women. It gets viewers into a groovy headspace and pulls at their heart strings when you least expect it.



The cast of Bridgerton is back for a second season that’s filled to the brim with drama, romance and joyous amounts of period camp. Resident hunk Viscount Anthony Bridgerton (played by Jonathan Bailey) has decided to get married and eventually finds himself falling in love with his intended bride’s sister — classic Bridgerton. If you’re a fan of the series, the latest season will cement your love for it. And if you’ve never watched it, you can cancel all your plans and start from the very beginning. You won’t regret it.

The Girl From Plainville


The Girl From Plainville is inspired by the real-life story of Michelle Carter’s unprecedented texting suicide case. Based on Esquire’s viral investigative article, the series sheds light on her relationship with Conrad Roy III and the events that led to his death — and her ultimate criminal conviction of involuntary manslaughter. New episodes are being released each week and so far, Elle Fanning is proving herself as one of Hollywood’s next great actresses.

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