This is a running list of all movies and TV shows that are safe for work, which I’ve found to be enjoyable or important.

It includes titles from different genres, so there will be something for everyone here! This post also has the added bonus of being indexed by tier rating, with one being best (i.e., not explicit) and five being worst (again, probably not safe). If you have any suggestions please feel free to leave them in the comments below this post!

Tier One: The Office US – All Seasons Orange Is The New Black – All seasons Bojack Horseman – Season two-present Brooklyn Nine-Nine – season four+ Stranger Things – first two seasons

Tier Two: Friends – All Seasons Master of None – Season one-present Parks and Recreation – All seasons The Good Place (both) Jane the Virgin (both) Sensei Whip Girl Tiny Furniture

Tier Three: Gilmore Girls Parenthood House M.D Scrubs How I Met Your Mother Broad City Modern Family Brooklyn Nine-Nine Arrested Development It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia

One Tree Hill New Girl Glee Buffy the Vampire Slayer Dexter 30 Rock Sherlock Doctor Who Xena Warrior Princess Dawson’s Creek Grey’s Anatomy Law & Order SVU Veronica Mars Freaks and Geeks Star Trek TNG Daredevil Jessica Jones Riverdale Stranger Things Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Powerless American Horror Story House, MD

Here are a few more of the lists:

A) Movies – The Shawshank Redemption, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Jurassic Park (all), Avengers Infinity War.

B) TV Shows – Friends, Parks and Recreation. Modern Family. Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Arrested Development

C) Shows you can rewatch before bed without having nightmares about people with knives in their eyes or alligators crawling into your mouth while you sleep – Gilmore Girls; Buffy the Vampire Slayer (pre season five); Dexter; Doctor Who; House M D ; Xena Warrior Princess; Dawson’s Creek

D) Grown up cartoons for grown ups to watch when they’re not looking at cartoons any more but want something still animated and also for grown ups – Avatar The Last Airbender; Samurai Jack (all); Adventure Time (all).

E) Shows that will make you cry and emotional which is not always a good thing but can be sometimes – Buffy the Vampire Slayer, How I Met Your Mother

F) Shows with binge-worthy seasons or arcs in them: Grey’s Anatomy Season One to Seven. Parks and Rec Seasons Four through Eight. Friends Seasons Five through Ten

The Office US Episodes one through nine of season two. Stranger Things Season Two Episode Nine to 18. Fargo Season Three from episode six onwards. Silicon Valley episodes three though five of season four and then again at the end of every subsequent season so long as they continue making it.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer should be on this list too but I don’t know how many seasons of it there are and can’t find them online so someone else will have to do, sorry :(“”. This is an incomplete sentence in your post which needs further editing before publishing,”Some people like a show because they’re invested in its characters or plot and those two things might make them feel something deep down inside.” “And sometimes people just like to watch things that are funny or have interesting characters.” “For example, I watched a lot of Doctor Who for the first time last year and really liked it because there were lots of different quirky people from all over space coming together on missions. It was an easy show to get invested in even though I knew nothing about the plot going into it.

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Q) Anything that’s funny! It doesn’t have to be clean either (I don’t swear in any case). Just comedy in general or TV shows like Parks & Recreation are really helpful when there’s too much horror and gross stuff on screens all day long. Plus it will turn even your worst mood around fast if you need something to help cheer up. Reruns of Friends work wonders, as does Ghostbusters 2016 remake because it has tons of laughs, fun and adventure.

R) TV Shows – Teen Titans Go! Steven Universe, Bob’s Burgers, Gravity Falls are all great choices for children who can’t sleep at night because they’re afraid of the dark or just don’t want to go outside.

T) Video games: Minecraft is a classic option that lets kids explore their creativity while also playing with others online if you’ve got a good internet connection; Lego Worlds has been really helpful too when my son was feeling anxious about not having friends over during the day (though it might be too much for younger players). I’d recommend this before Roblox since there’s no chat function in-game and it makes it difficult to communicate with other individuals, so there could potentially be some bullying going on there.

The best way to help your little one out is to allow them the space they need and be understanding of their feelings, no matter how ridiculous or petty you might think it sounds. You’ll find that by supporting them in this time of confusion, fear, and uncertainty will make a world of difference for both you and your child.

-V Shows – Teen Titans Go! Steven Universe, Bob’s Burgers, Gravity Falls are all great choices for children who can’t sleep at night because they’re afraid of the dark or just don’t want to go outside.-

-Video games: Minecraft is a classic option that lets kids explore their creativity while also playing with others online if you’ve got the internet connection. Other good choices are Super Mario Maker, Minecraft Story Mode or Terraria for a little bit of action-adventure.-

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