5 feel-good TV shows to binge on this February

Feel-good TV is just what you need when it's a bit grim outside. Here are five of our favourites to binge on this February.

Feel-good TV is something that sometimes, people can turn their nose up at. Especially if they're a horror or noir thriller enthusiast, or cryptic mystery buff. But the truth is, feel-good TV is designed to make you, er... feel good. In saying that, though, it doesn't have to be daft or silly. Oftentimes, more light-hearted shows will tackle important issues that a drama might struggle with.

Here are some of our favourite shows to binge on this February. If you end up with a smile on your face after watching, it's win-win right?

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt


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She's back April 15, and better than better! #KimmySchmidt

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One of Netflix's original comedies, this is as sunshine happy as you can find on the telly box. The final episodes were added at the end of January so it means you can binge away to your hearts content. If you've already seen it, you'll know it's worth a rewatch - even if it's just to catch Titus Andromedon's best bits!



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Catastrophe (a break out hit for Channel 4) follows Sharon and Rob and their journey after an unexpected pregnancy occurs. It's incredibly quick witted, heart warming and features some razor sharp humour from all the cast. Somehow, the show manages to tackle big issues such as the aforementioned unexpected pregnancy, divorce, death and dementia without ever missing a beat, or, making anything seem trite or hackneyed.




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So, I said, you mean the panties your mother laid out for you? “The Cheever Letters” tonight on #Seinfeld!

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Now that all the episodes from series 1-9 are available on Amazon Prime, there's no excuse not to have seen this classic '90s sitcom. The show follows Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer in what was dubbed "a show about nothing". All we'll say is, it's still really funny.


Another Netflix original, Glow is based on the true life Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling. Set in the 1980s, this sleeper hit is full of great performances from the ensemble cast. It's funny, but can also bring a tear to your eye. Plus, it's really fun to see all the different costumes in play!

The Marvellous Mrs. Maisel


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This multi-Emmy winning Amazon show stars Rachel Bronsnan as The Marvellous Mrs. Maisel. It's is set in late '50s New York and follows Midge, a housewife who discovered she has a knack for stand up comedy. Expect smiles and some drama along the way!


What feel good TV do you love?

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