Miss downtown? Binge watch these Atlanta-based series now

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With Gov. Brian Kemp issuing a shelter-in-place order and Fulton County issuing a stay-at-home order the help curb the spread of the coronavirus, it may be frustrating that you can't step outside your home an experience Atlanta. But you can do just that from the comfort of your bed or couch thanks to many shows available for streaming that are filming here in the Peach State.

From dramas including “Ozark” to the superhero series “Black Lightning,” there’s no shortage of the unique ways you can be reminded of the world of Atlanta outside your home.

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Some series to binge on Netflix:

“Stranger Things”

A young boy’s mysterious disappearance uncovers secret experiments and  supernatural beings — including a young girl.


A family moves from Chicago where the father must launder $500 million in drug money in five years.


A teenage girl uses beauty pageants to get revenge on her bullies with the help of a discredited coach.

“Raising Dion”

A young boy’s newly developing superpowers lead his mother to set out to solve the mystery behind them — all while keeping his powers a secret.

“Dolly Parton's Heartstrings”

This anthology series features the stories and memories behind some of the country singer-songwriter’s biggest hits.

“Black Lightning”

A superhero-turned school principal must come out of retirement to resume his role as Black Lightning when his family is threatened by a gang.

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“Love is Blind”

This reality TV series follows singles as they try to find love without ever seeing their potential suitors’ faces.

“The Walking Dead”

Survivors of a zombie apocalypse band together to fight for their lives.


The updated version of this classic primetime series follows the fortune-based feud between the Carringtons and the Colbys with their teenage kids in tow.

Bonus: If Hulu’s your streamer of choice, here are a few options:


“The Real Housewives of Atlanta”

Follow the fabulous lives of elite women in the city.


Three singers navigate the music industry as they strive for success.