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Shows To Watch During Spring Break

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Resident Alien (RATED TV-14)

“Resident Alien,” an original Syfy series available on Netflix, tells the fascinating story of an extraterrestrial on a mission to annihilate humanity. However, the mission goes awry when the alien’s spacecraft crashes onto Earth’s surface due to a malfunction. Now, the main protagonist, embodied as vacationing homeowner Harry Vanderspiegle, must learn to adapt and survive in a foreign environment. Among settling into a peaceful town named Patience, the town’s sole doctor dies mysteriously and Harry, now ironically taking the shape of an alien, has to step into the role. With a diverse range of characters and energetic story lines, this series ensures engaging, action-filled, and exhilarating viewing enjoyment.

 

Reacher (RATED PG-13)

, a former military commander, roams around a small rural town in Margrave, Georgia with only a wallet and a badge to his name. When a murder occurs in the town, Reacher is taken to the police station for questioning. The local detective soon realizes that Reacher is a highly intelligent man with extraordinary skills from his time in the army. As they work together to uncover the truth behind the murder, they discover that the town’s┬átop donors are involved in an illegal money-duping scheme. To their surprise, Reacher’s estranged family turns out to be the victim of the murder. Follow Reacher on his quest to dismantle the South American money duplication company and seek justice for his tragically murdered family in this gripping show, spanning two seasons.

 

Stranger things (RATED 14+)

This series, consisting of four seasons, revolves around a mysterious underworld inhabited by demogorgons and other creatures. A research facility serves as the sole gateway to this dimension. However, it is soon discovered that there is another gate in a local town called Hawkins, which opens without anyone’s knowledge. From this gate emerges a tall and hostile creature known as a demogorgon, which abducts one of the main characters. The rest of the season focuses on the search for the missing child, who is eventually found and comforted by his friends Mike, Lucas, and Dustin. However, it becomes apparent that the underworld is still connected to Will, as a malevolent entity called a mind flayer begins to target him. Eleven, a girl with telekinetic abilities who escaped from the laboratory where she was trained, steps in to save the town. The rest of the series follows the journey of various characters from the town as they face numerous obstacles and dead ends in this strange adventure.

 

Now if these shows aren’t in any of your interests maybe these will catch your attention

The 100 (RATED 14+)

The television series “The 100” is set in a post-apocalyptic world and revolves around a group of 100 prisoners who are sent to Earth to determine if it is still habitable. The Earth had been destroyed by a malfunctioning artificial intelligence, which resulted in the entire planet being devastated. The prisoners are from a surviving civilization that resides on a space craft called the Ark. However, the Ark is running out of oxygen, leaving the prisoners as the only option to explore Earth for potential survival. Upon their arrival, they discover that they are not alone. Another group of humans, known as the Grounders, have also managed to survive. The Grounders have been affected by radiation, which has caused mutations in their bodies and given them a frightening appearance. They use this to their advantage in hunting and intimidating other survivors. As the 100 attempt to escape the Grounders and find a safe haven in the mountains, they encounter a common enemy known as Mount Weather. The people of Mount Weather live underground to avoid radiation and cannot be exposed to the surface. However, they are eventually defeated in an attack. This series offers a captivating and groundbreaking storyline.

 

Young Sheldon (RATED TV-14)

The television series “Young Sheldon” revolves around a highly intelligent young boy named Sheldon, who is a younger version of the character from “The Big Bang Theory.” Set in the town of Medford, Texas, Sheldon lives with his brother Georgie, sister Missy, and his parents Mary and George. While Sheldon himself is not particularly fond of religious beliefs, the rest of his family is Christian. Each episode presents a new story filled with drama and challenges, making it an entertaining show to watch during this spring break.

Personal Review

I’ve watched all of these shows and they are all very captivating and entertaining. My top pick based upon my personal opinion would be “Reacher” with its intriguing mystery throughout all the seasons. I highly suggest this show, even though “Stranger Things” is releasing a new season five this year! Get ready to start watching now so you can follow along. Not to mention “Resident Alien” is a close second. I’m still watching this particular show and it’s been great so far. Unfortunately, spring break is only long enough to watch one of these, so choose wisely!

 

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