The ultimate spring break staycation watchlist

If your spring break plans are less “jet setting” and more “just sitting,” we have the perfect itinerary for you. Grab your snacks and blanket: Consider this your Google Map for an epic cross-country road trip… and you don’t even have to leave the couch.

Los Angeles

Salt Lake City to Los Angeles
The show: Olivia Rodrigo: drive home 2 hours
The holiday feeling: Lofi car ride
Daydreaming about the GUTS tour? Just take a road trip with Olivia as she talks about the behind-the-scenes writing process for her first album PICKLES. Musical intermezzos abound.

Sherman Oaks, LA
The show: Never have I ever
The holiday feeling: #NoReturnTicket required
Devi’s world is not only a fun place to visit, it also offers the comfort of a place where you could stay forever. By the time you get through four seasons of the show, you’ll feel right at home in its suburban SoCal world.

Bel Air, Los Angeles
The show: Bel Air
The holiday feeling: Luxurious life
Put on your tiara and live vicariously through protagonist Will as he descends into the glamorous West Coast neighborhood and goes from rags to riches in this Fair prince Restart.


The show: My life with the Walter Boys
The holiday feeling: Optimal outdoor energy
This series follows Jackie, a teenager who is in for a mega culture shock when she moves from the bustle of New York City to the rustic beauty of rural Colorado.


The show: Doogie Kamealoha, MD
The holiday feeling: Tropical love triangle
This show really is the perfect mix of serious drama (Lahela is a teenage doctor/brilliant child prodigy dealing with family issues, growing up *and* working in a hospital) and relaxation goals (the Hawaiian beaches will make you re-set your phone wallpaper). want to set ASAP).


The show: Cruel summer
The holiday feeling: Southern Gothic
It could be one Lover song, but this twisty show will get you in your reputation era. The first season proves that everything – even a mystery – is bigger in Texas.


The show: That 90s show
The holiday feeling: At the old one
As the title suggests, this series is a blast from the past, made for lovers of a classic comeback and all things 90s style.


The show: Saturday
The holiday feeling: The roller track
Warning: After watching just one episode of the “We-B-Girlz” skate crew’s adventures in the Windy City, you’ll be saying “bodacious” and listening to the Spice Girls on loop. Sorry, we don’t make the rules.


The show: Stranger things
The holiday feeling: Chaos in the Midwest
Hawkins may not be a real place, but Stranger Things still has the feel of a small town in the Midwest (with a lot more monsters and mysteries, of course).

east coast

The show: The summer I became beautiful
The holiday feeling: Airy beach house
We’re not sure what we’re most jealous of: Belly’s romantic life (love quadrilaterals, oh my…) or the fact that she spends her summers living in the “quiet luxury” aesthetic of the East Coast.

New York City

The show: Gossip Girl
The holiday feeling: Meet Gala, but make it to high school
Fashion. Frenemies. Plenty of drama. XOXO, Gossip Girl.

New Jersey

The show: Are you there God? It’s me, Margaret
The holiday feeling: Vintage thrift store
Based on the classic coming-of-age book, this story of a teenage girl dealing with all the highs and lows of growing up is set in 1970 and has the fashion to prove it.

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