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Before the tryptophan from the turkey kicks in, check out TheWrap’s list of shows you can binge over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. Most of these are freshman series or shows with shorter seasons, so that you can get through your selections before your four-day break comes to an end. And don’t worry, we’ve included dramas, comedies, action series and sci-fi shows from multiple platforms, so there’s something for everyone.

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  • Show: “Sex Education”  Net: Netflix   Maybe don’t watch this one with your parents?

    Netflix

  • Show: “Succession” Net: HBO  Now, this one you can watch with your parents and then  appreciate how much more stable you are than the Roys. Plus, there’s two seasons’ worth of drama to binge on.

    HBO

  • Show: “The Good Place”  Net: NBC  Currently in its fourth and final season, you can catch up on the first three years on Netflix and head over to Hulu for the available Season 4 episodes.

    NBC

  • Show: “You”  Net: Netflix  Binge the first season of this dark romance before the second season launches Dec. 26.

    Netflix

  • Show: “Prodigal Son”  Net: Fox  The breakout hit of broadcast’s Fall TV season is about to go on its midseason hiatus, so catch up on Hulu while you’re eating your leftovers.

    Fox

  • Show: “The Mandalorian”  Net: Disney+   If you haven’t already started the new “Star Wars” series, now is the time so you don’t embarrass yourself in front of your relatives when you don’t know about Baby Yoda.

    Disney+

  • Show: “Watchmen”  Net: HBO  It’s equally important that you start watching this show ASAP, as it’s the drama regular folks and critics alike are raving about this fall.

    HBO

  • Show: “The Boys”  Net: Amazon Prime Video  A superhero series with a badass twist that’s already been renewed for Season 2. Enjoy the incredibly foul-mouthed ride.

    Amazon Prime Video

  • Show: “Batwoman”  Net: The CW  Now here is a superhero show that’s more mild-mannered, but led by a badass female character who is breaking barriers with her inclusion in the LGBTQ community.

    The CW

  • Show: “The Politician”  Net: Netflix  Ryan Murphy’s first Netflix series. Ben Platt sings like an angel. What more do you need?

    Netflix

  • Show: “Evil”  Net: CBS  This drama about, well, evil, has already scored a Season 2 renewal and only has a few more episodes to go in its freshman run. If you gorge on it while you gorge on your turkey, you’ll be all caught up before it ends.

    CBS

  • Show: “Servant”  Net: Apple TV+  The first three episodes of this psychological thriller from M. Night Shyamalan drop on Thanksgiving Day. So perfect timing to gather round the TV as a family and get the living daylights scared out of you.

    Apple TV+

  • Show: “Umbrella Academy”   Net: Netflix   The superhero theme continues with this show. And so does the dysfunctional family aspect, actually.

    Netflix

  • Show: “Tidying Up With Marie Kondo”   Net: Netflix  Someone has to clean up all those dishes, might as well watch a pro while you do it.

    Netflix

  • Show: “On Becoming a God in Central Florida”  Net: Showtime   If you’re looking for a story about a woman pulling herself up by her bootstraps in the most bonkers way possible, here’s the show for you. Also, Kirsten Dunst remains a delight.

    Showtime

  • Show: “Fosse/Verdon”  Net: FX  Maybe the talents of Gwen Verdon (played by Michelle Williams) and Bob Fosse (played by Sam Rockwell) will inspire you to get on your feet to work off some of that stuffing.

    FX

  • Show: “Euphoria”  Net: HBO  OK, we’re obviously not suggesting you try any of the drugs featured in this HBO teen drama, especially because that tryptophan from the bird has probably already put you in a euphoric state. But we are suggesting this dark tale might take you right out of it.

    HBO

  • Show: “Good Omens”  Net: Amazon Prime Video  Angels and demons. Michael Sheen and David Tennant. The genius of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett finally realized in a limited series. Yes, this is definitely a good way to spend your long weekend.

    Amazon Prime Video

  • Gorge on these hits and deep cuts after you’re done gobbling up the turkey

    Before the tryptophan from the turkey kicks in, check out TheWrap’s list of shows you can binge over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. Most of these are freshman series or shows with shorter seasons, so that you can get through your selections before your four-day break comes to an end. And don’t worry, we’ve included dramas, comedies, action series and sci-fi shows from multiple platforms, so there’s something for everyone.

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