There's no shortage of bleak news out there these days, so we recommend using your internet connection for some Netflix time with family instead.
In case you've got choice paralysis or you've caught up with everything on your watchlist, here are a few recommendations that are sure to raise your spirits.
You may be bummed about not being able to travel right now, but you can live vicariously through Rani as she honeymoons in Europe alone, after her fiance ditches her at the altar. A beautiful story about independence and culture shock, this one's a must for the family.
Santa Clarita Diet
Weird, gorey and hilarious, this wholesome comedy stars Drew Barrymore and Timothy Oliphant as Sheila and Joel, a loving couple who deal with some unexpected changes in their lifestyle when Sheila becomes a flesh-eating zombie.
One Day At A Time
Another wholesome family-centered comedy, this sitcom follows Penelope Alvarez, her mother and two children all living together in a Los Angeles apartment. True to the style of 90's family sitcoms like Full House and Fresh Prince, the Cuban-American family deals with life's ups and downs, while their bond evolves and becomes even stronger.
The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind (2019)
Based on a true story, this film follows the journey of 13 year old William Kakwamba who works with his father out on the farm. When a severe famine hits his village, William's family struggles to survive. With his ingenuity and a science textbook from the school library, William works hard to build a wind turbine from junkyard scraps and save his family.
This beautifully animated cartoon is one you won't mind watching along with your kids. It follows the story of Steven, a bubbly young boy who lives by the beach with his dad and three magical beings called the Crystal Gems. Funny and sweet, this show teaches kids the importance of family and community.