Marriage can be complicated. Especially when you are married to somebody with magical powers. Although, right now a little magic would feel nice. If I could be married to a woman who with the twitch of her nose could wipe out the coronavirus that would solve a lot of problems. Instead, I have to settle for recommending bingeing Bewitched.
You know the premise of Bewitched. Darren Stephens is just a regular guy, but then he marries Samantha, who happens to be a witch. Her family disapproves. Darren disapproves of his wife using her magic for some reason. I mean, the reason is so that we can have episode plots, but it’s not really justified within the show. It’s kind of frustrating logically, but that’s how sitcoms often work, especially back in the day. Magic-related hijinks ensue, and sometimes Paul Lynde shows up as Samantha’s Uncle Arthur.
Here’s the thing. I am recommending you watch Bewitched, but there is a lot of Bewitched I would recommend skipping. Like, almost all of it to be honest. The show ran for eight seasons. For the entire run, Elizabeth Montgomery kills it as Samantha. However, two different men played Darren. Dick York is the original Darren, and the only Darren that matters. Unfortunately, he had a serious back issue, which led to some other issues, which led to him having to leave the show. Dick Sargent took over as Darren for the final three seasons. You can skip those.