Feel like chilling? There’s nothing like the pleasure of watching. Discover suggestions for superior stoner TV shows and movies for your viewing pleasure.

These are films made by, for, or about stoners. The ranking criteria were based on daring and authentic narrative, epic production values, such as car chases, extraordinary scenery, insightful dialogue, nudity, fart jokes, and off-the-wall soundtracks.

Settle back, light up, and let the show begin!

TV Shows for Stoners that Dominate the Small Screen

Black Mirror

Look into this show to see compelling fantasy and bold writing/directing. Each independent narrative combines the cold fear of technological misuse and humanity’s timeless character conflicts. If The Twilight Zone and a Steven King novel had a lovechild, this would be it.

Shameless

Picture a show that demonstrates the best of humanity: this is not that show. Shameless partakes of snarky humor, bodily function jokes, gratuitous nudity, smoking, drug use, and profanity. The show depicts people and a place tottering on the edge of the abyss, yet having a blast, as seen through the eyes of a Southside Chicago family. Good folks, who could answer the question: how do you get the last bit of wax out of a cartridge? Shameless is philosophical, scatological, ideological, and analytical.

Portlandia

Sometimes you feel like a nut. For those times, it can be fun to sit on the sofa with a bowl of cashews and turn on to Portlandia. Witty, whimsical, and wise, Portlandia is a state of mind and a place for kind-hearted sketch comedy that laughs with its subjects. You may recognize your friends — of course, they’ll see you, too.

Weeds

Travel back to the recent past, when dealing wasn’t done in clean, well-lit dispensaries but was a shady and untaxed illicit business run by hot moms! Moms who could explain and clarify boiling carts.

Disjointed

Starring Kathy Bates as an advocate for legalization who now runs a weed dispensary, the show earns an honorable mention for these reasons.

Martha and Snoop’s Potluck Dinner

Real-life pals Steward and Dogg share a passion — entertaining with warmth — and invite you in for “cocktails, cooking, conversation, and fun where nothing is off-limits.” Plus, celebrity guests!

The Midnight Gospel

A gorgeous melding of psychedelic animation and philosophical concepts, audio culled from the Duncan Trussell Family Hour podcast, and fluidly fabulous characters. It is beautiful, thought-provoking, and poetically enigmatic.

Film is Fantastic for Stoners and Other Mythical and Magical Beasts

Up In Smoke

Let us honor the wise ones who have gone before; let us light it up for Up In Smoke. This Cheech and Chong vehicle for pot humor has the laid-back duo moving a van constructed out of hardened pot resin from Mexico to the USA while being stalked by Stacy Keach as a narcotics officer.

Dazed and Confused

This understated stoner comedy/drama is brought to us by director Richard Linklater, who also gave us Slacker, both the term and the movie. Back in the day when Keep Austin Weird was a lifestyle rather than a wish and a bumper sticker.

Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle

Have you been brought to your knees by desire? A yearning for guacamole and chips, but there are only gluten/salt-free pretzels in the pantry. This film feels your pain. This tale of buds turns on their heroic odyssey to satisfy their appetite for White Castle burgers.

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Friday

Ice Cube and DJ Pooh crafted this semi-autobiographical “hood classic” about two dudes who desperately need to repay their pot dealer $200 before the deadline. But, of course, these are dudes who know things. Things like, can you hit a cartridge with a lighter? And Friday leaves us with the dramatic exit line, “Bye, Felicia.”

Reefer Madness

This over-the-top propaganda piece provides sincerely incredible melodrama on the demon weed as the gateway drug and destroyer of maidenly innocence. So, on the one hand, there’s the camp value. Yet, on the other hand, people are still incarcerated in the US for marijuana-related offenses. So there is that, or, “Other than that, how was the play, Mrs. Lincon.”

The Big Lebowski.

A hit enhances the brilliance of actors Jeff Bridges, John Goodman, Steve Buscemi, and Julianne Moore in action. Experience legendary lines such as “Smokey, this is not Vietnam, this is bowling. There are rules.” As a bonus, the iconic bowling ball dream sequence makes absolute sense when you’re stoned, and we go forth a little brighter knowing that “the Dude abides.”

Go ahead and look; you know you want to.

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