Whether you’re all alone with your rockin’ single self this Valentine’s Day or hanging in with your sweetie to avoid the winter cold, your good friend TV has you covered. Below, find the top five shows to binge on Feb. 14.
From manipulative politicians to beloved classics to Carrie Bradshaw, we have your Valentine’s Day plans covered.
‘House Of Cards’ & 5 Other Valentine’s Day TV Binges
1. House Of Cards
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What’s more romantic than Kevin Spacey manipulating his way to the top of the D.C. ladder? All 13 episodes of the hit show’s second season were released on Netflix on Feb. 14, and you can watch them here.
2. Girl Code
MTV is running its hilarious, X-chromosome-heavy comedy hit from 7-10 p.m. Watch as Carly Aquilino, April Rose and more somehow make life seem that much funnier.
3. Sex And The City
Home during the day? If so, E! is running the classic series from 1-4 p.m. If not, get an HBO Go account, silly!
4. The Millionaire Matchmaker
Oh man. If you’re unlucky in love, there is no better way to feel better about your own romantic turmoil than by watching insane rich people get set up with insane model/actors by an insane woman, Patti Stanger. Bravo is airing its hilarious reality matchmaking show from 1 p.m. through 1:30 a.m. Get ready for some awkward!
5. Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown & A Charlie Brown Valentine
Sometimes, you just have to go with a classic. ABC is running two heartwarming Charlie Brown specials starting at 8 p.m.
BONUS: The Olympics
Men’s curling! Figure skating! Hot, toned Olympic bodies! Bode Miller! Head on over to NBC for a night of history-making athletic wonder.
So what’s it going to be, HollywoodLifers? A night in, or a wild one out on the town?
— Shaunna Murphy