10 Television Shows to Catch Up on During a Stormy Colorado Weekend
The weather this weekend is not looking good at all, no matter if you are expecting snow or rain. Which means you'll be in the house most of the time this weekend.
With the weather that will be hitting us all weekend, I wouldn't expect any of us to accomplish much outside. The mountains could see four feet of snow, and the lower elevations could see rain and snow that will turn to slush.
So why not stay home and catch up on some television shows that you may have missed with the hectic schedule you have had the past few months.
Who knows, with Spring upon us this might be the last weekend for a while that you have the excuse to stay in the house all day.
So cuddle up under a blanket, cook a crockpot full of chili, and catch up on these ten television shows this weekend!
The revitalization of "Full House" into "Fuller House" turned out to be a huge success for Netflix, who released the new series in February. The show has been renewed for a second season (which will most likely be out in early 2017) so this weekend would be the perfect time to catch up on the first season so you know what to expect when it returns.
Plus you can see how much the cast has grown up over the years, and how Kimmie Gibler really doesn't look any different than when the show was originally on.
The Walking Dead just wrapped up another season, with another cliffhanger where viewers are trying to decide who won't continue on the show next season. But before the next season starts, you should spend this weekend catching up on everything that has gone on this season so you are prepared for the zombie apocalypse when it returns in October.
Haven't see any episodes of "Fear the Walking Dead" yet because you don't know how well it matches up with the original. I can promise you...it is GREAT...and shows just how much the world can crash around us when the apocalypse hits. While it seems like there is more "drama" than the Walking Dead, this show has lived up to the hype and with only being seven episodes in, you could complete it all in one day.
We know "Friends" has been off the air for many years, but if you start your binge watching with the "Walking Dead", you may need some humor to get the zombies out of your head. And there is nothing better than catching up on one of the greatest shows in television, which made "Must See TV" a thing in the 90's and 2000's.
Haven't seen "Orange is the New Black" yet? This Netflix series took the streaming world by storm, and then overtook cable television as one of the most watched shows in the country.
Just keep in mind that you don't want the kids in the room when you watch it. I promise you, some scenes will give them nightmares.
Just like "Fuller House", "Gilmore Girls" is coming back. So we believe one of the best binge watches to do this weekend is to watch the entire original series, remember all the characters that made the show great, and then be ready for the revival to come to Netflix later this year. Plus, Melissa McCarthy will be back and you can see her in the show that shot her to stardom by catching up on the original!
The spinoff from the "Breaking Bad" series has become a huge hit for AMC, right behind the "Walking Dead" franchise. They are only two seasons into the show, so this weekend would be a perfect time to pick up where the show currently is and enjoy it from the beginning.
Because I can promise you...you will definitely enjoy it.
I completely understand I am going way back on this one. But if you have a family, you are all going to be stuck in the house this weekend. So why not show your kids what GREAT television was like back in the 80's and early 90's with the show that made Fred Savage a household name. Plus, kids these days watch "The Goldbergs", which is essentially a "Wonder Years" ripoff. Show them how these retrospective television shows should really be done.
Watch it. I promise you. You won't be disappointed. You may not have heard of it before, but this show will keep you on the edge of your seat.
Wrap up the stormy Colorado weekend with a superhero television show that may not get as much attention as some of the other superhero shows, but is still something the whole family will enjoy.