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There should be a German word for “the Theatre is my sport vintage shirt in contrast I will get this minor yet extremely real sadness of burning through a prestige television show too quickly.” That’s the case for many of us with the TV adaptation of Sally Rooney’s novel Normal People, which premiered on Hulu last month in the form of eight tantalizingly brief episodes—but with viewers around the world stuck quarantining inside, that whole first season was all too easy to knock out in a week. (Okay, a night.) Luckily, there’s plenty of similarly moody/Irish/irrepressibly sexual fare to keep you entertained once you’ve finished catching up on all things Marianne and Connell, even if the Conversations with Friends TV series is still a ways away. Below, find seven shows that you can count on to scratch the Normal People itch.