It seems to be the season for binge-watching TV shows. While we're all cooped up for a little while, my tweens and teens have put together a list of their favorite TV series.
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Best Shows for Tweens and Teens to Binge Watch Right Now
That's So Raven
Where to Stream: Disney+, TV-G
Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events
Where to Stream: Netflix, TV-PG
The Good Place
Home bakers who have a poor track record in the kitchen seek redemption — and cash — on this series. In each episode, three contestants try their hand at re-creating edible masterpieces. The projects don't always turn out great, but whichever amateur baker comes closest to a successful dessert by the end of the episode takes home the $10,000 prize, which they might want to use on baking lessons. Comic Nicole Byer and renowned pastry chef Jacques Torres host the culinary competition that features such challenges as painting self-portraits on cookies.
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Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
This adaptation of the “Sabrina the Teenage Witch” tale is a dark coming-of-age story that traffics in horror and the occult. In the reimagined origin story, Sabrina Spellman wrestles to reconcile her dual nature—half-witch, half-mortal—while standing against the evil forces that threaten her, her family—including aunts Hilda and Zelda—and the daylight world humans inhabit. Kiernan Shipka (“Mad Men”) leads the cast in the titular role of the show that is based on a comic series of the same name.
In 1980s Indiana, a group of young friends witness supernatural forces and secret government exploits. As they search for answers, the children unravel a series of extraordinary mysteries.
Pretty Little Liars
Four friends band together against an anonymous foe who threatens to reveal their darkest secrets, while also investigating the disappearance of their best friend.
On My Block
A coming-of-age story about four bright, street-savvy friends navigating their way through high school in the gritty inner city of South Central Los Angeles. Dealing with the danger of getting their friend out of a gang and friends turning into romance, danger is constant.
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