Audience Questions: What Should I Watch? : Pop Culture Happy Hour For a year, many of us have found ourselves planted at home, with a lot more time on our hands for movies and television. Maybe you've already finished the umpteenth binge-watch of your favorite show, or you're just in a very different headspace than you were a few months ago. Today, we're teaming up with the hosts of the Movie Therapy podcast to help a few listeners out with some personal recommendations.
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Stuck In A Streaming Rut? We've Got You Covered

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Stuck In A Streaming Rut? We've Got You Covered

Stuck In A Streaming Rut? We've Got You Covered

Stuck In A Streaming Rut? We've Got You Covered

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The multitude of content available today can be overwhelming, but we have a few recommendations to help get through your streaming fatigue. Angela Hsieh/NPR hide caption

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The multitude of content available today can be overwhelming, but we have a few recommendations to help get through your streaming fatigue.

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For a year, many of us have found ourselves planted at home, with a lot more time on our hands for movies and television. Maybe you've already finished the umpteenth binge-watch of your favorite show, or you're just in a very different headspace than you were a few months ago. Today, we're teaming up with the hosts of the Movie Therapy podcast to help a few listeners out with some personal recommendations.

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The audio was produced by Candice Lim and edited by Jessica Reedy.