Once all the presents are unwrapped, check out TheWrap's list of shows you can binge over the holidays. Most of these are freshman series or shows with shorter seasons, so that you can get through your selections before your break comes to an end. And don't worry, we've included dramas, comedies, action series and sci-fi shows from multiple platforms, so there's something for everyone.
Show: "The Mandalorian" Net: Disney+ If you haven't already started the new "Star Wars" series, now is the time so you don't embarrass yourself in front of your relatives when you don't know about Baby Yoda.
Show: "Watchmen" Net: HBO This nine-episode adaptation of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons' beloved graphic novel just came to an end and binge-watching it might be the best present you could give yourself this week.
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Show: "The Boys" Net: Amazon Prime Video A superhero series with a badass twist that's already been renewed for Season 2. Enjoy the incredibly foul-mouthed ride.
Show: "Servant" Net: Apple TV+ This psychological thriller from M. Night Shyamalan is a great distraction from any family drama going on this Christmas -- because this family's drama is definitely worse.
Show: "Umbrella Academy" Net: Netflix The superhero theme continues with this show. And so does the dysfunctional family aspect, actually.
Show: "Tidying Up With Marie Kondo" Net: Netflix Someone has to clean up after you're done ripping open all those presents, might as well watch a pro show you how it's done.
Show: "On Becoming a God in Central Florida" Net: Showtime If you're looking for a story about a woman pulling herself up by her bootstraps in the most bonkers way possible, here's the show for you. Also, Kirsten Dunst remains a delight.
Show: "Fosse/Verdon" Net: FX Maybe the talents of Gwen Verdon (played by Michelle Williams) and Bob Fosse (played by Sam Rockwell) will inspire you to get on your feet to work off some of those Christmas cookies.
Show: "Euphoria" Net: HBO For those looking for something a little darker, that's still a lot of fun.
Show: "Good Omens" Net: Amazon Prime Video Angels and demons. Michael Sheen and David Tennant. The genius of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett finally realized in a limited series. Yes, this is definitely a good way to spend your break.