The best Netflix shows that represent every state

1999 Matt Le Blanc, Matthew Perry, Courteney Cox, Jennifer Aniston, David Schwimmer, And Lisa Kudrow Star In The Latest Season Of 'Friends.' (Photo By Getty Images)
1999 Matt Le Blanc, Matthew Perry, Courteney Cox, Jennifer Aniston, David Schwimmer, And Lisa Kudrow Star In The Latest Season Of 'Friends.' (Photo By Getty Images) /
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NEW YORK, NY – JUNE 25: Jerry Seinfeld attends Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee – New York Event at Classic Car Club Manhattan on June 25, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Netflix)
NEW YORK, NY – JUNE 25: Jerry Seinfeld attends Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee – New York Event at Classic Car Club Manhattan on June 25, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Netflix) /

New Hampshire: Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee

Since The Granite State isn’t an entertainment capital of the world as other states like California, Nevada or New York are, one probably wouldn’t guess right off the bat that so many famous stars would hail from the area. It’s true though! New Hampshire is especially good at pumping out comedians: icons like Seth Myers, Adam Sandler and Sarah Silverman all claim hometowns there.

So what is it about New Hampshire roots that make this state’s residents so darn funny? We aren’t sure, but, hey, we’re willing to watch a Netflix show to honor the phenomenon. If you’d like to catch several of these New Hampshire-based stars in one series, we highly suggest tuning in to Jerry Seinfeld’s show, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.

If you’ve never seen this series, you’re in for a real treat. The premise is simple: Seinfeld uses a super fancy car to go pick up a famous comedian and together they get coffee and talk about the craft. Each episode centers on a different star and each story is incredibly unique. This series is the perfect combination of comedy and reality series, a great binge watch for a day spent inside. You won’t want to stop at just Silverman’s and Myer’s episodes.