NEW JERSEY - Residents are a day shy of a week of social distancing though it probably seems like much longer than that as people navigate the complexities of working from home and online schooling without sports and other extracurriculars. While the news continues to raise the blood pressure and stress levels, now is the perfect time to binge watch a favorite show or get into a new one to help escape from reality. TAPinto Milltown/Spotswood asked readers what they were tuning into during the coronavirus shutdown and here were the results:

  • Bravo TV's "Blind Date"
  • MTV's "Siesta Key"
  • YouTube TV's "Cobra Kai"
  • Amazon Prime's "Marvelous Mrs. Maisel"
  • Amazon Prime's "Hunters"
  • Netflix's "Ozarks"
  • Disney Plus' "Mandilorian"
  • Pop TV's "Schitt's Creek"
  • Netflix's "Once Upon a Time"
  • Amazon Prime's "Fleabag"
  • Netflix's "After Life"
  • Netflix's "Grace and Frankie"
  • Netflix's "Dead to Me"
  • Netflix's "Dirty Money"
  • Netflix's "Love is Blind"
  • Netflix's "You"
  • Netflix's "Workin' Moms"
  • Amazon Prime's "Jack Ryan"

For people in the mood for a movie marathon, suggestions included:

  • Marvel
  • Anything Disney
  • Tom Hanks movies
  • "Cars" trilogy
  • "Toy Story" 1, 2, 3 and 4
  • "Star Wars" in order of release
  • Hallmark Channel movies

For families with little ones, Disney Plus released "Frozen 2" early and for families with tween and teens, how about a throwback to the 80s with these classics:

  • "Big"
  • "Adventures in Babysitting"
  • "Princess Bride"
  • "Back to the Future"
  • "Stand by Me"
  • "Footloose"
  • "Sixteen Candles"
  • "Three Men and a Baby"
  • "Look Who's Talking"
  • "The Last Star Fighter"
  • "The Karate Kid"
  • "The Goonies"