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As the weather starts to cool off, you may be looking for ways to unwind and destress while still staying warm this fall season. Grab your closest besties, your blankets, a hot drink, and pick one (and then another) of these incredible shows to binge this fall because each one of these shows offers a little something for everyone. 

  1. Squid Game (Netflix, 2021)

Now I know this has been what everyone has been talking about for the past couple of weeks, but I think watching this show is worth it. If the continuous stream of memes hasn’t convinced you to watch this show, I don’t know what will. This show portrays a lot of metaphors that reflect on today’s capitalist society that will leave you speechless. Although, I would like to say that this show is extremely gory and violent, so please avoid watching if that is triggering for you. 

  1. Sex Education (Netflix, 2019-) 

I started watching this show at the beginning of quarantine, so I had been dying to see this new season that came out. Sex Education captures the lives of British high schoolers who start up their own sex therapy for their classmates. It is one of the most inclusive shows I have watched because it goes beyond stereotypes and continues conversations that educators seem to ignore.

  1. Cruel Summer (Hulu, 2021)

Cruel Summer takes place over the summers of 1993, 1994, and 1995. A young popular girl goes missing and a fellow classmate decides to steal her life as if she didn’t exist. This show is perfect for those fall nights cuddled up on the couch with your friends because of the mysterious plot and ending. Every episode had me wanting more!

  1. Nine Perfect Strangers (Hulu, 2021)

This show, which is new to Hulu this year, is based on the book by Liane Moriarty. In this show, nine strangers go to a nature retreat that they thought would solve their own personal issues. Once they get to the retreat the director, Masha, has something very different in mind for these strangers. 

  1. Love Island UK (Hulu, 2015-)

If you are a fan of hilarious reality tv, this show is for you! Similar to the Bachelor franchise, Love Island is a dating show, where everyone couples up and the winner receives prize money in the end. Don’t get too comfortable with your favorite couple because there will be trouble in paradise….

Sara Dabisch

DePauw '22

Hi! I'm a Senior Neuroscience major and Kinesiology minor and I love to listen to music, read books, and paint!
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