Like many Americans, Jill Duggar is spending a lot of time inside because of the coronavirus. The mom of two has been chronicling her attempts to keep her family busy with activities like indoor fort building, craft projects, scavenger hunts, and baking. The former Counting On star has also turned to Netflix to stay entertained, and now she’s looking for recommendations from her followers on what to watch.
Jill is looking for good Netflix recs
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On March 26, Jill shared an Instagram post about making time for date nights while also staying safe during the coronavirus pandemic. In it, she asked her followers to suggest some things to watch on Netflix. They delivered.
One popular suggestion — perhaps because of Jill’s training as a midwife — was Call the Midwife, a BBC show that airs on PBS in the U.S. It’s about a group of Anglican nuns and midwives working in London’s poverty-stricken East End in the 1950s and ‘60s. Eight seasons are streaming on Netflix. A number of others suggested When Calls the Heart, a period drama from the Hallmark Channel about life in a small town on the Canadian frontier in the early 20th century.
Several pointed Jill toward Bethany Hamilton: Unstoppable, a documentary about a teenage surfer with a strong Christian faith who lost her arm in a shark attack. Cooking programs like The Great British Baking Show and Nailed It were mentioned by many. Drama series like Heartland, The Crown, and Virgin River also got multiple votes.
Some people had more out-there recommendations
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We don’t know much about what kind of TV shows and movies Jill enjoys, but we do know that she didn’t watch much television growing up. When the Duggars did …
Source:: Showbiz Cheat Sheet