Going home for the holidays is great. The traveling part—not so much. After experiencing the chaos, stress and general aggravation attached to any type of long commute back home, there's less feelings of "cheer" for some around the holidays. Hell, some of us stop going home altogether because it just isn't worth the hassle (I'm talking to you, New Yorkers). Just the thought of the long lines, delayed trains/planes and hours sitting in stand still traffic is enough to drive anyone crazy. But we've got a way to make your holiday travel a little less painful—and what's the best remedy for pain, boredom and fatigue? TV.
Go90 is the perfect fix for holiday commuters. Because the episodes are between 5 and 20 minutes long, they're easy enough to start and long enough to distract you for those farther rides. With shows featuring Snooki & JWOWW, Demetri Martin and Blake Griffin, there's a lot of new content to check out. More importantly, there's live NFL, NBA and soccer games so you don't have to survive on leftover highlights.
Because you'll be traveling and won't feel like making any more decisions, we've rounded up the best shows to start with on your strenuous journey home.
Our favorite house guests now have their own homes and they've traded in partying for play dates. The former Jersey Shore stars may have kids but that doesn't stop them from drinking and cursing. From DIY crafts to road trips, the show follows our favorite Jersey girls in their new role...motherhood.
Vine may be dead but this one star is thriving. Hayes Grier has ditched the phone for a camera crew as he travels from LA back home to North Carolina. What's the life of a Vine star like? Imagine crazy friends, a hilarious family and lots of pranks.
Who doesn't love a dance competition? Winners of the first season of America's Best Dance Crew, the Jabbawockeez know a thing or two about hip-hop. With a heavy show schedule in Vegas, they're looking to expand the group and add another member. The competition isn't as fun as it looks and competitors are pushed to their limits in what makes for addictive TV.