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Jeff Kurkjian, the new guy on The Andie Summers Show, is a huge TV and movie guy. In fact, he’s always chatting about the latest show he’s binge watching with his wife Emily and their dog, Pirate.

We are breaking down FIVE completely different shows on FIVE different streaming services (that way if you have one of them, the choice is easy). The weather has been beautiful in the Delaware Valley but if you’re feeling like being cozied up with a loved one on the couch instead, making take some of these show suggestions from Jeff.

Make sure you get to the last one because that’s an Andie Summers Show favorite!


  • "Murderville" (Netflix)

    This GENIUS show stars Will Arnett in a completely new concept for a show. The premise is, Arnett plays a detective and every single episode his partner changes to a different extremely famous celebrity. The catch? Well the guest partner has never been given a script. They are portraying themselves but have no idea what is happening in the plot of the show or what will happen next. It’s fun for the whole family, I recommend trying it out for a big laugh.

  • "The Newsroom" (HBO Max)

    An oldie but a goodie starring Jeff Daniels as Will McAvoy, one of the biggest news anchors in the country tasked with giving the people the news in a fair and unbiased way. You are probably thinking, “why would I want MORE news in my life?” But trust me, you’re going to want to watch how this newsroom works and how they handled some of the biggest stories of our time.

    Written by Aaron Sorkin, check out the first scene of the show, it will hook you.

  • "The Boys" (Prime Video)

    Okay, let me be clear, this is NOT KID FRIENDLY but boy is it a good show. The premise involves a world where superheroes not only exist but also that they are part of a monster company ten times bigger than Amazon itself and they work with the government to “help” out with protecting the American people. However, as you might imagine, those who are that powerful don’t necessarily need a company looking after them.

    It’s filled with gore and difficult to watch at times so if you have a low tolerance for that, then this isn’t the show for you.

  • "1883" (Paramount+)

    Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, need I say more? But seriously, this show is powerful. The prequel to the hit show, Yellowstone, though you don’t need to see it to enjoy this incredible stand-alone season. The two country stars play the Dutton’s who are looking for a better life out west in the year 1883 with their two children. The journey of traveling across the country will take you back in time to experience first hand what so many American families experienced in the late 19th century.

  • "Ted Lasso" (Apple TV+)

    This is an Andie Summers Show favorite, without a doubt. Jason Sudeikis, a Saturday Night Live alum, gives us a character to be remembered. He was a college football coach turned soccer (also football) coach in the U.K. A comedy and feel good that if you’re okay with the massive amount of cursing, I guess could be okay for an older kid (age 14+).