Aries: March 20th—April 20th
Aries love watching shows where they can root for the underdog! They love watching a protagonist who is a good leader, never gives up no matter how hard the going gets, and is anything but a couch potato. Aries do also love to laugh!
The Aries binge-watcher should be watching: The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
Taurus: April 20th—May 21st
Taurus loves a good romantic drama series that has an amazing soundtrack. They will root for a couple who fight for each other while also having a lot of fun.
The Taurus binge-watcher should be watching: Glee
Gemini: May 21st—June 21st
The twins have a distinguished television viewing pallet, they want things that make social commentary or communicate a plot, but they also love quirky comedy, they want a smart show that isn’t aware that it is smart.
The Gemini binge-watcher should be watching: The IT Crowd
Cancer: June 21st—July 23rd
Cancer’s love for Television is more of a past time, they are fans of simpler light hearted family comedies or a good workplace comedy, something that makes you feel good and would be great for hosting viewing parties with friends.
The Cancer binge-watcher should be watching: Parks and Recreation
Leo: July 23rd—August 23rd
The Lion loves the finer things in life, glitz, glam, and drama! They want a protagonist who has it all. Sometimes a person might want to challenge their love for their main character, but the Leo will root for their hero through and through.
The Leo Binge-watcher should be watching: Empire
Virgo: August 23rd—September 23rd
Virgos love order, good books, and pay attention to details. They dislike drama queens or rude people. The Virgo loves to cuddle up with a good detective show. They live off of the mystery and are generally the ones trying to guess who it before the show reveals the perp. They view TV as a means for tickling their intellect along with having a good time.
The Virgo binge-watcher should be watching: Psych
Libra: September 23rd—October 23rd
Libras love a sappy comedy with good vibes, a good message, friends. They do not like violence or injustice and will fight alongside a character facing those things. They generally do not like to follow trends that everyone else do and they hate protagonists who are full of themselves.
The Libra binge-watcher should be watching: Orange is the New Black
Scorpio: October 23rd—November 22nd
Honesty is the best policy with this sign, they love debating, shows about good friendships and have a spot in their heart for a protagonist who will call someone on their bs. The scorpion loves a love story where the relationship builds over time and is never in your face. They love to tease, and love characters with a good sense of humor.
The Scorpio binge-watcher should be watching: iZombie
Sagittarius: November 22nd—December 22nd
Sagittarius loves the abstract, strange, and thought provoking shows that promote thought. They like a show where the characters change or move about as much as they do.
The Sagittarius binge-watcher should be watching: Black Mirror
Capricorn: December 23rd—January 20th
Capricorns love tradition, music and all things family friendly, they love to see others succeed and hate laziness and gossiping. They want to feel all the feels they can feel.
The Capricorn binge-watcher should be watching: This is Us
Aquarius: January 20th—February 18th
Aquarius are fun, love fighting for a cause and helping others when in need. They are great listeners and love protagonists who think before they act. They absolutely hate flaky people as they are the most dependable of the signs.
The Aquarius Binge-watcher should be watching: Supernatural
Pisces: February 18th—March 20th
The Pisces love solitude and shows that are a way to unwind after a long day. They have a soft spot in their heart for shows with catchy opening songs, have a lot of comedy, have aspects of spirituality in them. They heavily dislike know-it-alls, so if there is a protagonist who is a bit of a know-it-all it needs to be clear they don’t and have a character to remind them of this.
The Pisces Binge-watcher should be watching: Crazy Ex-Girlfriend
Rachel Kurasz is a fiction writer from Villa Park, IL where she lives with her husband, Peter, and their loyal puppy dog Boo-Boo. Rachel earned her MFA in Creative Writing at Roosevelt University and her BA in Mass Communications from Southern Illinois University Carbondale. Rachel’s poetry has been published under her maiden name, Rachel Head, in The Bicycle Review. Rachel is currently working on two larger projects including a novel and a creative nonfiction project.
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