So it’s Friday, and your not up for going out. Don’t worry we’ve got you covered. See our top TV Show picks below. Perfect for a weekend binge!

Source Harper’s Bazaar

The Mick

It's always sunny in Philadelphia- Kaitlin Olson finds herself on mummy duty when her sister and brother in law flee the country, leaving her in charge of her niece and two nephews. Premiered Sunday January 1 on FOX; moved to Tuesday's at 8:30PM

One day at a time

This critically acclaimed remake of the 1970s CBS sitcom of the same name follows a Cuban-American family headed up by a former veteran and single mom Penelope (Justina Machado), who's raising two kids(Isabella Gomez and Marcel Ruiz) with help of her mother (Rita Moreno). All 13 episodes of season 1 premieres Friday, January 6 on Netflix


This eight episode miniseries, created by Tom Hardy with his father, Chip, and written by Steven Knight (Peaky Blinders, Allied), follows a man believed to be dead (Hardy) who returns to London to avenge his father's death and claim his business. Premiered Tuesday January 10 at 10 PM on FX

A series of unfortunate events

Netflix's eight episode take on Lemony Snicket's beloved children's book series stars Neil Patrick Harris as the dastardly Count Olaf, who becomes caretaker of the three Baudelaire children after the deaths of their parents. Joan Cusack, Alfre Woodward and Don Johnson also Star.

Sneaky Pete

Described as the reverse of Breaking Bad by co-creator Bryan Cranston, this series follows a convict (Giovanni Ribisi) who steals the identity of his fellow inmate, Pete, and assimilates into the man's dysfunctional family, where he catches the eye of crime boss Vince (Cranston). Episode 1 available now on Amazon Prime; the rest of the season premieres today Friday January 13


Costume drama lovers will get their fill with Victoria, which chronicles the early days of Queen Victoria's reign. Jenna Coleman plays the 19 year old monarch with Rufus Sewell as her closest advisor, Lord Melbourne. Premieres Sunday, January 15 at 9PM on PBS

The Young Pope

HBOs heavily- memed miniseries from director Paolo Sorrentino Stars Jude Law as the newly elected Pius XIII and Diane Keaton as his personal secretary Sister Mary. Premieres Sunday, January 15 at 9pm on HBO


When members of Navy Seal Team Six embark on a mission in Afghaniston, they discover a US citizen working for the Taliban. Premieres Wednesday, January 18 at 10 PM on History


Game of thrones, Jadon Momoa trades his Dothraki braid for an outsdoorsman's trappings to play a violent man intent on bringing down the Hudson Bay Company in the dangerous world of fur trading in the 1700s. All six episodes premiere Friday, January 20 on Netflix.


The Classic Archie comics get a a dark makeover in this steamy series, which revolves around the mysterious death of a student and stars newcomers K.J Apa(Archie), Camila Mendes(Veronica) and Lili Reinhart (Betty) alongside the likes of Molly Ringwald, Luke Perry and Skeet Ulrich. Premieres Thursday, January 26 at 9PM on the CW.

Z: the Beginning of Everything

The fractious love story of F Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald is told from the perspective of the ambitious, hard-partying Southern Belle Zelda in this 10-episode series. Episode 1 available now on Amazon Prime; the rest of the season premieres Friday, January 27

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