I ask my students to watch at least one season of any series in English with English subtitles turned on. Even if you can understand the show without subtitles, turning them on in English provides all kinds of benefits, not the least of which is reinforcing the phonetics points we look at in class. Looking for ideas of what to watch? Try one of these shows. Bingeing is optional.
From Business Insider: "You make thousands of rational decisions every day — or so you think. From what you'll eat throughout the day to whether you should make a big career move, research suggests that there are a number of cognitive stumbling blocks that affect your behavior, and they can prevent you from acting in your own best interests. Here, we've rounded up the most common biases that screw up our decision-making."
Many of my students have been avidly reading about the life of Johnny Hallyday since his death on Dec. 6. How about taking a look at what the American press is saying? Here are four articles about Johnny from The New York Times. Scroll down on any of them to see older articles from years back.