5 Shows You Should Watch This Eid Holidays
These shows will keep you entertained amid self-quarantine.
Let us all accept the fact that no matter how much we would want the coronavirus pandemic to end soon, it is here to stay.
Easing the lockdown imposed across the country is not the result of a reduction in cases of the virus. In fact, if anything, it is the opposite. At the time of writing, there are over 45,000 cases of COVID-19 in Pakistan.
This also means that Eidul Fitr this year would be celebrated in a simple manner. Most of us would choose to stay home to stay safe. And when it comes to staying home, we have got to binge watch shows to keep ourselves entertained. After all, the government has announced holidays from May 22 to 27th, and we would need more than just board game to spend time at home with our families.
So, here are five shows you can watch with your family at home this Eid holidays:
The Good Place
This Netflix comedy show is a feel-good series about after-life that you can watch with your entire family. It has four seasons with just about 30minutes of each episode, making it easy and digestable.
If yours is a family that loves animals and there are chances that you also have a pet dog or cat at home, then this Netflix docu-series is just for you.
The series recounts stories of six people and their bonds with their furry best friends.
Unless you are living under a rock, you would have heard about this show. Recommended by Prime Minister Imran Khan himself, Diriliş: Ertuğrul is currently being aired on PTV dubbed in Urdu.
So, if you haven’t watched it yet, it’s time to catch up with the craze.
This Pakistani drama starring Sajal Aly and Hamza Ali Abbasi was all the rage last year, when it first aired in October 2019. So, if you still haven’t had a chance to watch this soulful story, then tune onto Geo’s official YouTube channel and watch the show.
There is no denying the fact that 80s Pakistani dramas still hold a special place in our hearts and Tanhaiyaan is one of them. So, this Eid let’s re-watch this 80s classic with our family and remember the good old days.