10 TV Shows To Watch If You're Alone on Valentine's Day
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It's the middle of February and we all know what that means. Love hearts going up everywhere, chocolates, flowers, mugs and varying other gifts for that 'special someone' going on sale and a sickening feeling approaching every singleton out there as you become painfully aware of your own love life, now that couple love seems to be being shoved down your throat at every turn. Never fear however. If you are single and feeling slightly bitter about it this Valentines Day, then The National Student has you covered! We've come up with a list of ten shows that you can watch in your PJs with your tub of ice-cream to remind yourself that being single really isn't that bad after all! 1. Jessica Jones Jessica Jones is all about girl power, so it's a great one to watch, either alone or with your female friends if you're alone and feeling a bit bitter about it on Valentine's Day. Instead of wallowing in self pity, you can watch Jessica Jones kicking butt and appreciate that if she can be awesome without a man, then so can you! Also the new season will be on Netflix very soon, so why not take Valentines Day to catch up/refresh your memory on season one? 2. Stranger Things If you're looking for something less mushy, and more mysterious this Valentine's Day, then it might be time to catch up on the phenomenon that is Stranger Things. There's no way you'll have time to think about how bitter you're feeling about being alone when you're caught up in the adventures of Will, Mike, Dustin, Lucas and Eleven. 3. Making A Murderer What could be less romantic than murder? If you're really not in the mood for anything lovey-dovey this Valentine's, want something a bit grittier and are a fan of true crime, then this Netflix documentary series about the wrongful conviction of Steven Avery and the legal processes that have gone into exonerating him, might be the perfect binge for you this Valentine's!
4. Black MirrorAnother dark, gritty show for you to sink your teeth into if you want to avoid all things lovey dovey. Black Mirror is an anthology show, so you don't necessarily need to watch all the episodes in order, and if you're feeling like a real love cynic this Valentine's, then I would recommend watching "The Entire History of You", it will make you feel a whole lot better about not being in a relationship!
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