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As the days get shorter, it’s almost time to put on your softest sweats and coziest hoodie and curl up on the couch to binge watch some great shows. There’s good news, too – there is something for everyone to binge this fall. Check out our top pics and get ready for fall!

LoveCraft Country (HBO)

This history lesson wrapped up in spooky tales follows three African Americans on an epic and terrifying journey through 1950s America in the south. Not only do they battle racism in the era of Jim Crow laws, but they face terrifying monsters straight out of an H.P. Lovecraft horror novel. With executive producers Jordan Peele and J.J. Abrams at the helm, you can expect gripping stories and dazzling special effects to keep you watching all the way through. 

Ratched (Netflix) 

Nurse Ratched, of “One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest” fame, is easily one of American cinema’s most hated characters. This series is a psychological horror drama that follows Nurse Ratched as she transforms from a young nurse into a monster in her own right. Grab a blanket to hide under because “Ratched” is coming to Netflix in September.

Hard Knocks (HBO)

HBO is back with the 15th season of their award winning docu-series, "Hard Knocks." This year is rife with drama as we follow two teams for the first time. The LA Chargers and LA Rams have to contend with practice during quarantine, no pre-season, and a brand new stadium that may not be built in time. The action begins August 11.

Seven Worlds, One Planet (BBC)

Prepare to have your mind blown by this BBC documentary series that takes you on a journey across the seven continents. As you virtually travel from one continent to the next, you will begin to understand the landscape and how it affects the lives of the wildlife that call it home. Unexpected stories and amazing cinematography will dazzle you from the first episode to the last. “Seven Worlds, One Planet” can be streamed on BBC or Amazon Prime.

Pop some popcorn, curl up under your favorite blanket, and settle in to binge watch your new favorite shows. Check out our blog for more fun ideas on how to spend your time.