Your Next Binge: ‘Resident Advisors’

If you haven’t checkout Resident Advisors on Hulu yet, you better put it on your list. It’s hilarious and fun. A perfect show to binge watch. Elizabeth Banks also served as executive producer on the show. That should be enough to get you to check out at least one episode and then you’ll be hooked.

The show revolves around five resident advisors and the start of a new school year. Plus, it’s a new building that the dean is very proud of so nothing can go wrong. The series starts with a fire but we won’t find out how the fire got started because we back up six weeks. Each episode you’ll learn a little bit more about how the fire started.

Olivia (Jamie Chung) is the head advisor and the dean is putting all the pressure on her for this going right. Doug (Ryan Hansen) has been a resident advisor for 11 years. No wonder he’s the best advisor, even if he is too old to be in college now. Then there’s Tyler (Graham Roger) the rich kid, Sam (Andrew Bachelor) who is working multiple jobs to put himself through college and Amy (Alison Rich) who doesn’t have clue.

These resident advisors are not just trying to make sure the students have the best college experience, they are also trying to teach them and keep them safe. The advisors have to do some pretty hilarious things when there’s a bunch of condoms floating around with holes in them. Doug teaches the students why they shouldn’t binge drink. He will take one for the team by getting blackout drunk. You’ll definitely want to see what happens there.

I can’t really tell you much more than that because I don’t want to spoil all the laughs you’re going to have.

It’s really sad that there are only seven episodes of the series. It doesn’t look like there will be a second season but this first season left me wanting so much more. I couldn’t stop laughing.  If you are still trying to figuring out what show to binge-watch this weekend, Resident Advisors is definitely it.

Mandy Carr

Editor and Founder, Primetime Addiction

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