6 TV shows to watch if you’re missing your friends while isolating

Dollface -- "F*** Buddy" - Episode 107 -- The girls navigate sex and dating in an age when monogamy shaming is the new slut shaming. Jules gets a rebound, Stella elicits IzzyÕs help in breaking up with a guy, and Madison yearns to define her relationship with Colin. Madison (Brenda Song) and Jules (Kat Dennings), shown. (Photo by: Ali Goldstein/Hulu)
Dollface -- "F*** Buddy" - Episode 107 -- The girls navigate sex and dating in an age when monogamy shaming is the new slut shaming. Jules gets a rebound, Stella elicits IzzyÕs help in breaking up with a guy, and Madison yearns to define her relationship with Colin. Madison (Brenda Song) and Jules (Kat Dennings), shown. (Photo by: Ali Goldstein/Hulu) /
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She-Ra and the Princesses of Power on Netflix, courtesy Netflix.
She-Ra and the Princesses of Power on Netflix, courtesy Netflix. /

6. She-Ra and the Princesses of Power

Starting off the list is the first of two TV shows still-in-progress and one that isn’t for everybody so it was an easy pick to have towards the bottom. Currently streaming on Netflix, She-Ra and the Princesses of Power is one of Netflix’s hidden gems. While marketed towards a younger demographic, there are a lot of aspects adults will enjoy. This show might not be for everyone though so but let’s get into the plot.

She-Ra and the Princesses of Power is a reboot of the classic series from the ‘80s. However, this time the series is a little bit different. She-Ra has a much different origin and there is no He-Man in this universe. For the most part, though, the plots are similar in both shows focusing on Adora being a part of the Horde before eventually joining the rebellion and becoming She-Ra.

What makes She-Ra and the Princesses of Power so different is the focus on the other princesses and the friendships Adora makes with the other princesses. No surprise it would make a list about friendship as it plays such a large role.

The rebooted series also features a more diverse cast along with the complex relationship Adora and Catra have. The show has so many subtle nuances which most kids wouldn’t pick up on. If you really want to escape the world, this is an excellent pick. With the princesses all being completely different, there’s no way you won’t find yourself and your friends among them. It might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but the show is surprisingly good.