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If you are feeling down, then these five feel-good series are perfect for you

Life is not always the best. If you feel you are on the nadir of emotions, where sharing feelings and going out feels like an anomaly, then these five series are here to comfort your soul.

If you are feeling down, then these five feel-good series are perfect for you

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Last Updated: 03.46 AM, Dec 03, 2023


Life is a carnival, full of buzzing rides and try-your-luck games. If you hit near the jackpot, good for you, a fuzzy toy awaits. If your ball hits three nearby stalls’ items and you have been missing out on Dame Luck for a while now, these five feel-good series have got your back/

Good Place

This fantasy comedy tops the list of feel-good series with its afterlife-sitcom vibes and sensitive issues, resolved under a veil of humor. This 2016-2020 series was created by Michael Schur and streamed on Netflix. The basic premise of the story suggests mortals being sent to The Good Place and The Bad Place, based on their lifetime deeds. This simple machinery starts causing mayhem once Eleanor realizes she does not belong in heaven.


This feel-good lgbtq+ series is based on the titular web com novel series by Alice Oseman, on Netflix. Starring Joe Locke, Kit Connor, William Gao, Yasmin Finney, Tobie Donovan, Corinna Brown, and Kizzy Edgell, this 2022 series, with two seasons as of now. This is a romantic bildungsroman that explores the various shades of sexuality and romance in the life of Charlie Spring, a gay teenager, his bisexual boyfriend Nick Nelson, and their friends.


This comedy drama series sensitively yet humorously explores the life of Sam Gardner, who is on the autism spectrum, and his family. Premiering in 2017, Atypical ran for four seasons on Netflix, concluding in 2021. An adorer of Penguin, Sam is an almost adult highschooler with specific taste, friends, and ambiences. The series traces his as well as his sibling and parents’ journey in discovering the essence of their respective identities as well as the family unit.

The Big Bang Theory

This Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady-created sitcom aired on CBS, from 2007 to 2019, for 12 seasons. The series focuses on the perspective of genius prodigy cum theoretical physicist Sheldon Cooper, and his roommate Leonard, as well as their friends Howard Wolowitz and Raj Koothrappali. The twist of their lives and the premise of the series begins with aspiring actress cum Cheesecake Factory waitress Penny’s arrival as their next-door neighbor. The series is available to stream on Prime Video.

Survival of the Thickest

This 2023 plus-size advocatory series was created by Michelle Buteau and Danielle Sanchez Witzel for Netflix. Recently single African American beauty Mavis Beaumont wishes to sort her life, while juggling work, love, and friendships. But above all, the series simply warms your heart with its positive message about life, friends, and the self.

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