There are many ways to make your time at home more fulfilling. You could engage yourself in a hobby, get your fitness regime on track, or just kick back and relax with a good web series. Today, most of us stream our favourite shows online, and it has become a major stress buster for many after a long day. We reached out to some tech experts to find out the shows of their choice. Here are their current top picks.


Created by David Weil and produced by Jordan Peele, the fictional plot of Hunters revolves around a group of Nazi hunters in 1977 New York. They discover and unravel a plot to introduce the Fourth Reich in the US, and work together to take them down. "It’s a bit slow and the episodes are impossibly long, so I’d been putting it off all this while," says Siddharth Parwatay, former managing editor, Digit. "But the source material is engaging, and just the right thing to destress at home. Streaming on Prime Video  

Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness

"I just got done with a documentary called Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness," says Nimish Sawant, a Mumbai-based freelance technology journalist and the former associate editor at Tech2 by Firstpost. "I'd like to shine some light on this weird exotic animal trading industry in the US. It was surprising to learn that the US has more tigers in captivity than all the tigers in the wild globally." A very important watch for every animal lover out there. Streaming on Netflix

Self Made

Inspiring stories can uplift anyone's day, and it doesn't get more inspiring than Self Made. The story of the first African American self-made millionaire, Madam CJ Walker, the show stars Octavia Spencer in the lead role. According to Adamya Sharma, editor at Android Authority, the four-episode miniseries can lift you up with its inspirational story of how ambition can win against all odds. Streaming on Netflix

Interior Design Masters

Those looking for a dose of reality television mixed with creativity need not look beyond BBC's Interior Design Masters, especially if they're interested in doing up their homes. Picked by Devika Chitnis, a technology journalist who is currently consulting with NDTV, the show revolves around a group of aspiring interior designers competing in design challenges every week, until one of them wins the coveted prize of 'a commercial contract to design a bar at one of London's hotels'. Talk about a grand prize. Streaming on Netflix Like this story? Also read: Tips to sanitise your smartphone Image Courtesy: Shutterstock