Binge Watching in Bed: January 2017 Edition

Simmons
January 12, 2017

Have you binge watched your way through the holidays? Did you run out of new shows to watch?

Start the year off right with some streaming recommendations you can enjoy in the comfort of your Beautyrest! Get comfy in bed (or take our mattress selector quiz if you’re on the search for that right mattress) and add these picks to your queue.

Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events (Netflix)

Based on the best-selling book series by Lemony Snicket, this Neflix original series follows the tragic tale surrounding the lives of the three orphans and the evil Count Olaf (Neil Patrick Harris) who’s after the children’s inheritance. Catch it on Netflix on January 13!

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia (Netflix, Hulu Plus)

The gang is finally back! This season, Charlie, Dennis, Mac, Dee and Frank have even more adventures, from going to a waterpark to dealing with a Wolf Cola PR nightmare.

Nashville (Hulu Plus)

Nashville fans got the best news over the holidays—Season 5 is coming to CMT and Hulu Plus January 13. Expect more drama, new love interests and of course, more great music!

Bones – The Farewell Season (Hulu Plus)

Although Bones fans will be saddened to see the end of their beloved show, the farewell season will allow the show’s loyal fans to say goodbye to their favorite characters. Be prepared for a wedding, deaths, and an undercover episode.

Homeland (Hulu Plus)

The popular Showtime drama is dropping its sixth season on January 16. Carrie Mathison is now living in New York where she's providing aid to Muslims living in the U.S., and she’ll face one of her biggest challenges yet.

Z: The Beginning of Everything (Amazon Prime)

Well-behaved women don’t make history. This new Amazon original series starring Christina Ricci as Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald (F. Scott Fitzgerald’s wife) explores the fascinating life of a woman ahead of her time and the couple’s tumultuous relationship. There’s plenty of wild parties, glamorous jazz, and everything you love about the Roaring 1920s.