"I finally have all this time to watch TV, and I never know how to spend it," says Joshua Reyes of the pandemic-induced boredom. "This is patently absurd. There has never been more TV to watch. At any given time, you can stream shows old and new from platforms as wide-ranging as Netflix, HBO Max, Hulu, Peacock, and Amazon Prime, or you can indulge in a more niche service like Shudder (for horror fans) or Acorn (for British programming). If you find yourself paralyzed by the sheer wealth of content, countless articles will help you with that, offering suggestions for what to watch based on any number of criteria, from the best anime series to the most critically acclaimed shows. Even the most dedicated fan of the medium couldn’t get to the bottom of all this content — it’s very likely that your next favorite show is out there and readily accessible, given a little patience and an open mind. I’m a grown-ass man with a sense of perspective that should prevent me from stamping my feet like a spoiled child who’s surrounded by toys and yet is bored. What I think I am is fatigued."