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Top three shows to watch over spring break

Marissa Levine, Reporter

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For those who find themselves with nothing exciting to do over spring break, Netflix is full of TV shows and movies to keep you entertained.

Jane the Virgin, a show about a pregnant virgin, is a lot better than a quick synopsis makes it sound. The show is filled with crazy twists and turns that are impossible to predict. Just when you think you’ve got the entire plot figured out, a new development changes the whole perspective. Additionally, Jane the Virgin has a hysterical narrator that light heartedly jabs at the drama, keeping the show laughable.

What happens when a girl moves into an apartment with three other guys? New Girl follows Jessica Day and her roommates through their shenanigans in downtown L.A. All characters, Nick, Schmidt, Winston, and Jess have distinguishable characteristics that make them unique and likeable. The roommates find themselves in hilarious situations and their way of solving them are equally ridiculous.

White Collar follows an FBI agent and a criminal who work together to solve crimes. Their relationship is unorthodox to say the least which brings drama beyond the details of their cases as their two very separate worlds clash together. Neal Caffrey, the con artist and art thief, uses his charming good looks and clever personality to occasionally outsmart the FBI, which adds conflict to his usually smooth partnership with agent Peter Burke.

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