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Sweatflix & Chill | 5 Shows to Stream When You Need Comfort

Are you in need of some screen therapy? These shows make for cozy, comforting viewing. And to go along with them, try a delicious Meatballer Sub from Catastrophe Kitchen and a refreshing Hard Ginger Sweet Tea. Enjoy!

Call the Midwife

This heartwarming BBC drama follows the lives of the plucky nuns and nurses of Nonnatus House who tend to the poorest and most vulnerable women in Poplar, London.

Stream it here.

Dumplin’

This coming of age comedy starring Jennifer Aniston, Danielle Macdonald, and Odeya Rush follows the journey of Willowdean (Macdonald), a plus-size teenager whose mother (Aniston) runs the local Miss Teen Blue Bonnet pageant. The confident Willowdean decides to enter the pageant as a protest against her mother and in the process causes her small town to rethink its traditions.

Stream it here.

The Kindness Diaries

Host Leon Logothetis travels the world with only a vintage motorbike and the kindness of strangers, which he pays back in unexpected, inspiring ways.

Stream it here.

Bob Ross: Beauty Is Everywhere

Bob Ross, the soothing, fuzzy-haired host of the perennial “Joy of Painting” guides you through creating peaceful landscapes. Paint along with him or just watch and enjoy as he demonstrates that beauty really IS everywhere.

Stream it here.

Nailed It!

Now you can enjoy the hilarious fun of attempting to recreate gorgeous baked masterpieces, except you don’t have to do any shopping or mess up your kitchen. Just sit back on the couch and watch as some intrepid, less-than-perfect home bakers compete for a $10,000 prize.

Stream it here.

What to eat while you watch

It’s about comfort, right? Catastrophe Kitchen’s easy to make Meatballer Subs totally fit the bill.

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Wash it down with some Hard Ginger Sweet Tea and you’re all set.

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