Worth Watching_ All-Star ‘Boys in the Band,’ ‘South Park’s Pandemic Special, ‘100’ Finale, NBA Finals

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Seasons Worth the Binge Watch 

We know, the pandemic has given us crazy times which has been out of our control. However, keep ourselves entertained and stress-free is indeed in our hands. On that note, check out the details of the some that are worth watching.

Boys in the Band (#1)

Boys in the Band is the new Netflix feature film starring many acclaimed actors such as Ryan Murphy and Jim Parsons (who played Sheldon Cooper in The Big Bang Theory). The film is based on the Broadway show of the same name which was played in 1968 showcasing the life of gay men unapologetically for the first time to a world that was not ready to accept them yet. 

You can watch the show here- 

South Park’s Pandemic Special (#2)

Following the animated series for a long time?

Well, the animated sitcom follows the lives of four boys Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski, Eric Cartman, and Kenny McCormick who live in South Park, shouldn’t skip the sight

 The show has many diehard fans and has an 8.7/10 on IMDb.

Due to the current escalating times, the creators have blessed us with a special episode where the kids go back to school amidst the pandemic. This can be quite fun to watch our beloved characters go through the same issues as us! 

You can watch the show here-  

The 100 Finale (#3)

The 100 is a utopian/ dystopian series where the earth is once again populated by lawless people who are forced to come to our planet after a century of its abandonment due to a nuclear holocaust. 

The series came to an end at last after many seasons of the show being dragged with needless complexity. Will humanity survive and propagate? Spoiler Alert: No! But is Clarke and her friends happy? heck yeah!

You can watch the trailer here-  

 

What is the newest show you’re binging? 

 

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