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Best Indiana Streaming

We’ve made it so far. We’re starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel…and these next few days are critical.

While we still have a little bit longer to hunker down at home, with Indiana’s stay-at-home order extended until May 1, we wanted to share with you a list of some of our favorite Indiana-related content you can stream from your couch.

Check out our list!


Self Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam CJ Walker (Netflix) – the story of the first self-made, female, American millionaire. A continued source of inspiration, her portrait hangs in Eric’s office! 

Parks & Rec (Netflix) – everyone’s favorite show about Pawnee, Indiana — who doesn’t love Leslie Knope, Ron Swanson, Donna Meagle and the gang?

Stranger Things (Netflix) – you can take a dive into the supernatural world of Hawkins, Indiana! 

The Middle (Amazon Prime) – escape with everyone’s favorite Hoosier family. 

Bob Ross: Beauty if Everywhere (Netflix) – this all-time classic was filmed in Muncie! Remember, there are no mistakes… just happy accidents. 

Good Bones (HGTV) – see what Two Chicks and a Hammer do to old houses in the historic Indianapolis Fountain Square and Bates Hendricks neighborhoods.

Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives (Food Network) – ok this isn’t only about Indiana, but it has featured several Indiana restaurants in Flavortown!

Saved By the Bell (Hulu) – this one might be a stretch, but the first season was set in Indianapolis and called Good Morning Miss Bliss! 

Eva A-7063, The Story of Eva Kor (PBS) – this is truly an amazing story of perseverance and courage. Eva was a dear friend of Governor Holcomb’s. You can find this documentary here. 

The Music Makers of Gennett Records (PBS) – Curious about the history of Gennett Records? Find out what some of the early 20th Century’s biggest names in music recorded in Richmond, 

Ernie Pyle, Life in the Trenches (PBS) – The life story of the renowned war correspondent and legendary Hoosier journalist. You can watch the documentary here.


And this is just the start — there’s a ton of free content available to stream or download through public broadcasting and your local library.

We hope these shows will provide you with an Indiana-themed escape while you’re holding down the fort. As always, stay safe and stay healthy. You’ll be hearing from us soon.