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I finished “Schitt’s Creek” and I love all of Moira Rose’s named and cataloged wigs. Catherine O’Hara is a treasure. The show is simply the best – better than all the rest.
Deena Caswell, Collingswood

“Mindhunter” on Netflix is a great show. I’m loving it, especially because I started watching with my boyfriend. We are still watching it “together” even though we are 9 hours away from each other and will be for the foreseeable future.
Rachel Lippoff, Cherry Hill

“Being Erica” is a great diversion, and I love the ’80s and ’90s nostalgia. We all have parts of our lives that we’d like to do over. Erica enters a special kind of therapy where she gets to go back in time and relive and alter events that she regrets.
Jeff Grossman, Marlton

“King of Queens”…laugh out loud funny.
Audrey Berko, Voorhees

“The Deuce” on HBO. It’s set in the ’70s and ’80s in seedy Times Square and yet explores topics that are so current, like safe sex and women’s rights, and the new virus that was suddenly killing many people. Warning: not for children.
Alicia Michaux, Mt. Laurel

“Tiger King.” Every time you think it can’t get any crazier it absolutely does. I feel like the entire country watched it together, and it’s the one thing we can all get behind.”
Jim Racik, Marlton

I loved “The Witcher.” There’s a lot of action and the story grabs hold of you.
Bill English, Bellmawr

We’re binge-watching all old seasons of “Cheers.” The jokes are still relevant and everyone should see the banter between Carla & Diane. And don’t forget about Coach behind the bar!
Katie Radbill, Marlton

I’m alternating among “30 Rock,” “The Office,” and “Parks and Rec.” In these uncertain times I need my classic happy shows.
Lynney Kahn, Glassboro

“You,” because who doesn’t like a creepy show about stalking? I balance the darkness of the show with “The Big Bang Theory.” Both are brilliant in their own way.
Chris Schwam, Collingswood

We were instantly hooked on “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.” The message is that it’s ok to do what makes you happy, and not what others expect you to do.
Michelle Perry, Cherry Hill

“Spongebob Squarepants” because it makes me laugh during the quarantine and helps me forget that I miss my friends.
Rocco Scheunemann, age 9, Berlin

I loved the book “Little Fires Everywhere” and was so thrilled how Reese Witherspoon adapted it perfectly to the screen.
Sharon Goldberg, Haddonfield

“All American” because of Taye Diggs!
Caryn Cutler, Voorhees

May 2020
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