5 TV Shows You Should Be Watching (If You Aren’t Already!)

Getting into a new TV show or watching an old favorite (Friends on Netflix!) is a great way to de-stress. It is also a great way to procrastinate anything else you may have going on…but we at Yo Pro Beyond the Grind don’t judge and support the TV binge! After all, House of Cards season 3 did come out on Netflix today…

Check out some of our favorites shows and tweet to us at @YoProBTG what you like to watch.

1. Empire

Great music (Timbaland is a producer), family drama and a hilarious Taraji P. Henson playing the matriarch Cookie make this Fox show worth watching. The show is only 8 episodes in, so now is a great time to catch up. Thanks for the recommendation to my fellow blogger Anna!

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2. How to Get Away with Murder

If you aren’t on the #TGIT or Shondaland bandwagon yet, now is the time to check out this show. The season 1 finale aired last night (I promise no spoilers) and boy was it good. Viola Davis is amazing (and terrifying) as the law professor Annalise Keating with a great supporting cast of law students who are all trying to figure out who is responsible for a murder.

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3. The Mindy Project 

After giving up on New Girl, I was skeptical to give this Fox comedy a try. A friend of mine convinced me that the show was absolutely hilarious, relatable and the perfect show to binge watch on a weekend where you don’t want to leave your bed/couch. She was right – not only is Mindy fantastic, but the rest of the cast (Morgan!) and amazing cameos (hey James Franco!) make this show great.

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4. The Good Wife 

Even if you know the major, show-changing spoiler from last season (still not over it and probably never will be), The Good Wife is an amazing show to watch from Season 1. Now in it’s sixth season, The Good Wife has proven that shows don’t need to have crazy plot twists in every single episode (I’m looking at you, Scandal) to make it really good.

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5. Gotham 

A favorite of fellow blogger Steve, Gotham is based on the DC Comics and Batman franchise featuring Ben McKenzie (that’s right, Ryan Atwood from the OC) playing a young Jim Gordon. This show is my #1 new show to start…right after I finish the House of Cards Season 3.

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(Tweet blogger @monicadegiorgio)

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