I hear you, I see you and I also have a list for you. It's a wonderful list filled with good feelings to help you forget all about coronavirus, unstable markets and self-quarantines. Everyone has their TV comfort food. These are just a few suggestions — older and new — to get you started.

"The Office"

This might be heavy, but I binge watched "The Office" a few months after my dad died. Even though I'd watched the show when it originally aired, it helped more than I can ever say. Maybe it'll help you feel better about the troubles on your mind, too. Why watch it? If you're part of the working from home crowd, your separation anxiety might be lessened spending some time with the folks of Dunder Mifflin, who also have concerns about germs.Watch on Netflix.

"The Great British Bake Off"/"The Great British Baking Show"

'The Great British Bake Off'Forget about pandemics with patisserie.Why watch it? Enjoying the pureness of the contestants might help you forget about Purell. Watch on Netflix.

"Queer Eye"

The cast of 'Queer Eye'True story: I still haven't finished watching the Japan edition of "Queer Eye" because I'm trying to make it last since I don't know how long it's going to be until I get a brand new season. When you find something that's pure goodness, you don't want to waste it. Why watch it? Henny, why not? Watch on Netflix.

"Modern Family"

'Modern Family'With this acclaimed ABC comedy coming to an end this year, I've been feeling nostalgic and started watching old episodes. It holds up beautifully. Why watch it? If you, like me, fell off the "Modern Family" wagon a few seasons back, it's the perfect time to revisit this lovely family while staying in with yours. Watch with your cable subscription.


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