Best shows to catch on Girls’ Night
Instead of going out for Girls' Night, settle in, pour the wine, put on a good show and get lost in some of the most exciting series on TV.
Season 3 of this television drama will be airing Sept. 29. Before it does, catch up on the last episodes from Season 2 or start at the beginning with Season 1. Every daddy’s girl can totally relate to the show’s main character, Emily Thorne, who returns to The Hamptons as Amanda Clarke to avenge her father’s death.
There’s not a girl out there who didn’t spend the entirety of the show’s run on network television drooling over McSteamy and McDreamy. Gather your girls, open a few bottles of wine and get ready to swoon all over again.
How I Met Your Mother
If you and your ladies only know Neil Patrick Harris as Doogie Howser, you must get to know him as the single-life-loving Barney Stinson on How I Met Your Mother. His character is certainly one worth getting to know — especially on Girls’ Night. Despite the fact that Stinson is a total womanizer, especially in the beginning episodes of the show, it’s almost impossible not to fall in love with him. The upcoming season nine is slated to be the show’s last, but you can catch all the prior seasons on Netflix.
Tina Fey’s portrayal of Liz Lemon on this hilarious comedy will leave all the girls in your group in stitches. We can’t get enough of her relationship with boss Jack Donaghy, played by drool-worthy Alec Baldwin. If we could, we’d relive again and again the moment she gets caught — by none other than Jack — using a candle as deodorant.
The themes of war, illness, scandal and strife of early 1900s life make this period drama utterly impossible to turn off. If your group of ladies loves history, drama and scandal, cue this series up for your Girls' Night viewing. You’ll all be glued to the tube.
Another magnetic period drama, Mad Med is set in the 1960s and focuses around the lives of the men and their secretaries who work at a bustling advertising agency on Madison Avenue. Our favorite part of watching this series is ogling the women’s wardrobes. We hope 1960s style comes back into vogue sometime soon!