Here's what folks in Delta are watching while stuck at home

There’s no shortage of options when it comes to finding something to watch on Netflix or the host of other available streaming services.

And with people spending more time at home during the pandemic we were curious what recommendations you had for those looking for the next binge-worthy show to dive into.

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We asked on our Facebook page, “What series or movie on streaming services are you recommending people have to watch?”

Flavour of the month Tiger King, a documentary series on Netflix, was mentioned several times along with a host of other titles.

Here are some of the replies we received:

Natasha Marchant-Burbidge – “Bosch on Prime. You, Dead to Me, Good Girls, Animal Kingdom, what/if, Shameless, Unbelievable, Safe, The Five, The Good Place, Quantico, all binge worthy shows on Netflix. All offer something a little different.”

Nicole Geha – “Covert Affairs, it starts off a bit fluffy and gets good! Hubby went from sniffing at it to hooked. Outlander is a must too.”

Renee DeBoer – “Impractical Jokers - it’s great for a good laugh!”

Brenda Bissonette - “Netflix - You and Friends before it’s gone. Prime - Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”

Gary Byrne – “Letterkenny. A lot quirky and good Canadiana. Pitter patter”

Nicki Brockamp – “Ozark, Van Helsing, Mind Hunter and Line of Duty on Netflix.”

Wendy Halvorson O'Hara – “Money Heist on Netflix”

Henriette Leschert – “Heartland on Netflix”

Renee Close – “Uh...Tiger King all the way! Lol”

Amanda Corinne – “Schitt's Creek!!”

Christine Von Saarn – “Check out: Hold the Sunset with John Cleese, on BritBox!”

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