Are you looking for a great TV show or show to watch? Here are some of the best Netflix has to offer.
Call My Agent!
Thinking to dip your toe into more Netflix international content? Call My French Comedy Agent! It hosts an ever-growing list of famous actors who played themselves, from French stars to Americans like Sigourney Weaver (!) in subsequent seasons. But we look at show business from the perspective of long-suffering agents, Camille Cottin’s male colleagues, “When I switched from boys to girls, it was like graduating. from the sandbox to the football field. “A brilliant series that makes fun of the entertainment industry of all four seasons.
If you like Lupine-Lupine Money Heist, meet Lupine, another non-English program with a thrilling action-packed story. This time around, we are in France, where professional thief Assane Diop gave the man who was responsible for his father’s death, on duty of revenge. Inspired by a book about the gentleman thief Arsène Lupine, Assane uses disguises, theft knowledge, and a good dose of charisma to expose the crimes of the rich and powerful Hubert Pellegrini.
Bridgerton is a show designed to be addictive in practice. Known as Jane Austen, but with sex, the period piece goes a little better: With its lavish production design and colorful costumes, this is Regency London as you rarely see. In the dating scene of the early 19th century, the love adventures of the Bridgerton brothers were caught in a scandalous news release written by Regency London’s version of Gossip Girl and voiced by none other than Julie Andrews. Settle into this magnificent view.
Originally a series based on the Karate Kid movies, Cobra Kai may sound like a cynical money-making spin-off of the martial arts franchise. But thanks to well-written characters and a good measure of nostalgia, it has become one of Netflix’s most popular shows. The series follows Johnny Lawrence 34 years after being bounced in the face by Daniel LaRusso. Taking this destructive perspective, Cobra Kai has three seasons of self-awareness, light-hearted and heart-filled fun.
The Queen’s Gambit-Queen’s Gambit
How do you make Chess the most exciting and important part of the starting story of an era? As Beth Harmon, one of the youngest (and several female) chess players in the world, you rock her to 60s rock music and magnetic Anya Taylor-Joy with a cocktail of stylish visuals. The fictional story in The Queen’s Gambit, named after a chess opening, follows her rise from an orphanage to overthrow the world’s best players – as long as drug addiction and wine bottle bags don’t get in the way.
Netflix’s first original Korean drama packs no punch. Kingdom, a zombie horror movie with a political backdrop from the Joseon era, is for those who love a blood-pumping genre uniting with a bloody imagination. Season 1 sees Crown Prince Lee Chang getting involved in a political conspiracy while not investigating a mysterious epidemic. He’s drifted into a life-or-death thriller where a series of royal dynasties are in danger.
The End of The F *** ing World –
If you love your dark British humor, look no further than The End of The F *** ing World. Psychopath James (Alex Lawther) hatches a plan to kill Alyssa (Jessica Barden) while on the run from her evil parents. But as they fly in the open road and commit a few violent crimes, their emotionless hearts soften and they develop feelings for one another. Both surprising, fast-paced, and surreal seasons of this arrogant teenager of the show will blow you away by pumping the best doo-wops of the 50s, 60s, and 70s with their headphones.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge wrote a six-part comedy showcasing the early stages of her amazing talent before thrilling everyone with the word-for-word perfect Fleabag. Crash follows twenty-six people living in an unused hospital in exchange for cheap rent, following strict rules at random. Strange characters hilariously overturn expectations wherever possible, appearing as Lulu playing the Waller-Bridge ukulele. Not only does it break the Friends order, it also occasionally gets into jaw-dropping dark situations (see Aunt Gladys very sensitive).
Criminal channels four series of Duty Line-police procedures, each episode focusing on an individually selected suspect in an interrogation room. Change: Each series takes place in a different country and language (Spanish, French, German and English), but they use the same concept and set. It’s fascinating to see how the limited sets are used differently, as well as tightly written, cat-and-mouse interrogations that include master-class performances like David Tennant, Hayley Atwell and Kit Harington in season 2. different police teams.
David Fincher directs a series of episodes in this psychological crime thriller’s two-season series (the third is in indefinite hold) so meticulous visuals and captivating stories are given. Holden Ford (Jonathan Groff) is a special agent at the FBI and is sent to interview serial killers in prison to create a profile of what triggers them. Cameron Britton is absolutely creepy as real-life serial killer Ed Kemper. Mindhunter is growing smarter and richer than your average crime show, with somehow complex characters. It would be a shame if the third season did not happen (it seems that way though).
From the minds of Britt Marling and Zal Batmanglij, OA has it all: mystery, science fiction, supernatural, and even a pinch of fantasy for good measure. We follow the young woman Prairie, who reappears after seven years of loss. He used to be blind, but not anymore! He now calls himself OA and plunges a number of Midwestern Indians of all ages and backgrounds on a dimension-leaping mission to save lives. Unfortunately Netflix canceled The OA after season 2, but this big, creative, and human science fiction is still worth a look.
Sex Education-Sex Education
Binging Sex Education is no-wise: Self-aware of American and British high school culture, the mess John Hughes has is a delightful breeze to watch. We follow Otis (Asa Butterfield), the son of a sex therapist (Gillian Anderson), as she begins her sexual awakening. Openly sex talks and scenes are dealt with in refreshingly healthy and honest ways. Netflix understandably commissioned a third season, built around a diverse cast with pure charisma.
The Haunting of Hill House –
Loosely based on Shirley Jackson’s novel of the same name, Mike Flanagan’s The Haunting of Hill House turns his horror into a deeply moving story about a broken family. Broken after growing up in a haunted house, Crains can’t ignore their past and must do what you never wanted to do: Go back to those dark corridors. Impressive sets will delight horror fans, but Crains’ sad story, yes, will haunt you for days. Good news: The second part of the anthology, The Haunting of Bly Manor, is out for Halloween.
Germany’s answer to Stranger Things takes its time deliberately before stepping into completely engaging and original locations. Dark, a sci-fi noir, embraces time travel, conspiracies and alienated families into a story that begins with the disappearance of a child, spanning generations. If such meticulously crafted layers in your storytelling are what you’re after, settle down. All three seasons of Dark’s meditative gaze on time travel and its impact on human nature await you to hit you with full force.
Black Mirror – While
Charlie Brooker’s bleak line of tech anthologies can be shot and overlooked, at best, Black Mirror packs its mini-movies with an exploration of futuristic technological ideas through painful human stories. One of them is San Junipero, following two women from the ’80s (strokes) who fell in love with each other in ways that they could not do in their “real” life outside of the seaside city. The tech aspect emerges with ingenious timing, and in general the show explores the consequences of our stuck lives in unsettling and sometimes exhilarating ways.
a show inspired by the true story of the first professional women’s wrestling union in the 80s? Is it in the lead role of Alison Brie? Was it produced by Jenji Kohan? Making dreams come true. GLOW’s all-fun comedy full of eccentric female characters, camping sets and promotions with underdog triumph. Season 3 moves deeper into the lives of its diverse community, with the fourth and final season on the way to hit this wonderful body in the ring.
Glorious is a word that describes the production values of The Crown’s drama about the British monarchy. Queen II. Beginning with the powerful performance of Claire Foy in her 20s after Elizabeth’s life, The Crown captures the grand work of historical events from the depths of Buckingham Palace. Figures like Winston Churchill, Princess Margaret, Margaret Thatcher, and more are rendered with the highest cinematic complexity. Season five and six set out to complement your knowledge of the Queen’s reign by the early 21st century.
Russian Doll-Russian doll
Russian Doll takes the Groundhog Day premise and breaks it apart in the most unpredictable ways. Natasha Lyonne is the crunching spark at the center of the time loop mystery, which portrays the game developer Nadia, who died repeatedly on the night of her 36th birthday party. Co-created by Amy Poehler, the show uses time travel to discover self-reflection on a whole new level, making it a definite one-man date.
True, this miniseries based on a rape story masterfully navigates its disturbing and difficult plot, aided by Kaitlyn Dever’s remarkable performance. She plays Marie, a teenager accused of lying about being raped, but of course it’s more complicated than that. Toni Collette and Merritt Wever add another layer to Unbelievable’s delicate, powerful-moving glory, teaming up as clever detectives who see what others haven’t achieved.
Master of None
, a comedy about a 30-year-old New Yorker who loves his pasta on the surface, Master of None casually casts subtle and poignant chapters about immigrant families and their second-generation children. Then he leaves a section on Tinder. Aside from Dev’s relatable experiences, the intelligence and charm of creative and star Aziz Ansari, and personal discussions, the romantic and cultural themes he explores are quite mature.
This mini-series is based on a memory and is explained in elaborate details primarily in Yiddish. Almost a thriller, Unorthodox is about 19-year-old Esty Shapiro, who escaped from her marriage in an ultra-Orthodox community in Brooklyn. He finds himself in Berlin discovering a new life outside of the strict beliefs he grew up in, but his community won’t let him go that easily. With stunning performance from Shira Haas, the Unorthodox lets you step into a brutally compelling world.
Never Have I Ever – Never Have I Ever –
Devi is an average high school student who wants nothing more than to be cool and get a boyfriend. But it’s hard to stay cheerful after your dad dies. Mindy Kaling’s story of reaching age covers familiar regions and yet stands apart in many ways. Get this: Its narrator is John McEnroe. The sporty connection is just one layer of this amazing, glam show depicting an Indian family living in California. You’ve seen these stories before, but not with these unique characters.
Money Heist-Money Heist
This series is loved by many (and Netflix loves you for that), but if you haven’t heard of all the fuss, Money Heist is about a robbery, yes. The brain, Professor, who does the Ocean’s Eleven level preparatory work with equally satisfying explanations. He has banks in his eye, and we see how his complex plans combine with slippery returns, time jumps, and even an unreliable narrator. This is a charming TV with a different Spanish identity – don’t let the subtitles bother you.
Dead To Me Dead To Me-
If you’re looking at a dark sense of humor and mystery show with female leadership, Dead To Me offers all of the match. This underrated series is about the friendship between Linda Cardellini’s Judy and Christina Applegate’s Jen, the stark contrasts that bond over wine, family, and murder. While you enjoy spending time with these imperfect but intelligent women, the twists and turns continue to gain momentum.
Netflix cleverly seized the rights of Peaky Blinders, and two more seasons are coming to surpass the stunning rise of 1900s Birmingham gangster leader Thomas Shelby. Prepare yourself for Cillian Murphy’s enchanting performance in this family saga with incredible fun and talent that shows Shelby’s relationships with other gangs, the police, and the occasional lover.
After Life –
After Life After Life might not be a classic like Ricky Gervais’ The Office and Extras, but it’s a show you’ll want to get used to. Set in the sleepy dream town of Tambury, the film is about newspaper reporter Tony, portrayed by show creator Gervais in an impressive dramatic area. Tony suffers after his life’s love for his death from cancer. While the show is full of melancholy, there are magical moments when Tony unleashes the priceless brutal destruction of the eccentric and frustrating townspeople (to him). But you always know that he’s on the right track to face his grief and build good relationships with the people around him.
Derry Girls-Derry Girls
Another show not to be missed, Derry Girls follows the misfortunes of Erin and her friends in Derry, Ireland, in the 1990s. Teen troubles are matched with the antics of their equally hilarious parents on the backdrop of the Northern Ireland conflict. While you can make comparisons with The Inbetweeners, the Derry Girls take advantage of their own sweet appeal and the historical context lays the groundwork for surprisingly dark humor.
The Sinner-The Sinner
Three fascinating seasons of The Sinner are waiting to remain open, each focusing on a murder of an unexpected criminal committed in more awkward circumstances. Season 1 is about Cora by Jessica Biel, who stabbed a man in a sudden frenzy on the beach but has no idea why. It is up to Bill Pullman’s Detective Ambrose to uncover the shockingly disturbing events embedded in his triggering soul.
This miniseries is from a few years ago, but if you missed it, it’s definitely worth checking out. In the vein of The Sinner, Alias Grace learns why the young female protagonist goes back to her past and committed murder with no memory. An adaptation of a Margaret Atwood novel, the series stars hypnotic Sarah Gadon as Grace, an Irish immigrant who leads a turbulent life as a family servant in colonial Toronto. Partially based on a true story, this is not a simple mystery with simple answers, and this is what makes everything even more fascinating.
Lovesick-Lover-lover The love-lover
is an easy and fun viewing, a ripe premise for the embarrassing humor we can all relate to. A desperate lover, Dylan discovers that he has chlamydia and learns that he has to track past fluctuations and let them know they might have it too. The flashback story makes things interesting, especially when the focus turns to Dylan and his best friend Evie’s feelings for each other. He’s never into the soapy zone, an eccentric but charming support team plays British flatmates in the Glasgow setting.
Bodyguard broke records when it was first aired in Britain and was climbing from cliff to cliff with relentless speed. Considering it comes from the mind of Jed Mercurio from Line of Duty, that could be the definition of unstoppable blockage. Richard Madden of Game of Thrones plays the titular bodyguard who suffered from PTSD after serving in the Afghanistan war. Moreover, he was tasked with protecting the Minister of the Interior (Keeley Hawes), whose policy he despised. Making provocative turns and making one of the best 20-minute opening scenes ever, Bodyguard is an expert tension-building balancing act.
Stranger Things wouldn’t be the best list without Stranger Things. If you’ve somehow missed the Duffer Brothers’ 80s horror movie and Steven Spielberg, things are about to get tubular. We follow El, an almost silent girl subject to scientific experiments. He develops telekinetic powers that he uses to fend off invading monsters from a terrifying alternate dimension. Indiana, Hawkins, lovingly detailed for anyone who needs’ 80s nostalgia, and portrayed by a star young actor, the misfit characters are part of everything that makes this show a show of strength.
While House of Cards
Kevin Spacey’s allegations of sexual harassment result in the dark side of politics breaking this decent, fourth wall, if you explore power plays and the occasional backstab, it’s still worth watching. Initially following Spacey’s Frank Underwood, House of Cards’ sixth and final season pivots follow his increasingly powerful wife Claire (Robin Wright) in the Oval Office.
Touted as the next Breaking Bad, Ozark gets better as it takes the Byrde family’s life spiral out of control. Starting off with a bang, Ozark sees financial advisor Marty (Jason Bateman) money laundering plot for a Mexican drug cartel gone wrong. His solution? Transport his family to the Lake of the Ozarks, where he will organize a larger laundering operation. Building on all this potential, Ozark is crafting a smart but most importantly entertaining story with a gorgeous noticeable comeback as Wendy Byrde from Laura Linney. Great news: Ozark has been renewed for the fourth and final season.
Full disclosure: Netflix sadly canceled Travelers after its third season, but this tightly planned science fiction from Canada managed to end with an ambitious explosion. We start with Marcy, a disabled woman who was beaten after helping a friend escape from the bandits. He dies – then comes back to life. This powerful character-driven science fiction cleverly reveals its secrets by pursuing future agents tasked with preventing the collapse of society, while also navigating the harsh realm of living a double life.
Love is a Judd Apatow piece that makes the most of the talented Gillian Jacobs (Britta in Community) and Paul Rust. They play Mickey and Gus, respectively, as Mickey and Gus, an attractive couple of opposites who take an honest look at a relationship that has been built over time, going to places that are messy, frustrating and lovable to earth. Iris Apatow stands out as the unhappy child actor Gus, a teacher who stands out from it all.
Orange Is the New Black – Orange is the new black
One of the first Netflix originals was groundbreaking in more ways than one. Originally taken from a memoir about a real-life women’s prison, seven seasons cover the lives of women of different backgrounds and nationalities, all ending in orange overalls. Drug trafficker Piper begins the first season with our Alice taking on difficult topics that are often not explored on screen as she descends down the rabbit hole in this brutal, brutal, funny and powerful show.
When They See Us – When They See Us
Ava DuVernay When They See Us comes under a challenging but basic imaging headline. It recounts the real-life events of the 1989 Central Park jogger case and includes five colored male suspects wrongly accused of rape and assault. Not only do they delicately focus on the humanity of children, they demand that When They See Us be angry with the injustice of systemic racism.
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt-Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
Tina Fey’s post-30 Rock sitcom is as weird and wonderful as it can be. Kimmy Schmidt is a 29-year-old boy who finally emerged after spending 15 years in the bunker of a doomsday cult. Naively but relentlessly enthusiastic, he does his best to adjust to life in New York, takes on odd jobs, finds love, and makes friends with equally bizarre people. The show is impressively full of a joke a second. Remastering value has skyrocketed, and Ellie Kemper is making Kimmy a hero to take root.
show, which paved the way for Daredevil-Brave Marvel’s Netflix series, ended after its third season with the loss of the broken ties between the streamer and the superhero juggernaut. These fans were understandably enraged as the quality didn’t slow down. Daredevil is not just any superhero show, going to dark and surprisingly existential places, grappling with Matt Murdock’s faith while living a double life as a blind lawyer and Daredevil avenger. Famous for his one-off hand-to-hand fight scenes with a villain just as good as his hero – Vincent D’Onofrio as Wilson Fisk, aka the Kingpin – Daredevil shone as he drove.
Jessica Jones While the
last two seasons have dropped the ball a bit in terms of complex themes, Jessica Jones’ season 1 is a force to be reckoned with. The series, which somehow manages to become a superhero detective noir, combines issues such as rape, assault and PTSD in many aspects. Krysten Ritter was the perfect choice to take down the dry, sarcastic, transcendent hero who could occasionally be a scum. With a mind-controlling villain like David Tennant’s Kilgrave who can literally tell people to kill themselves, the wall that our hero must scale to save the day is absolutely amazing.
Chef’s Table is for gourmets who want not only food porn but the rising sensation of seeing what the great chefs tackle to get this dish on the plate. Chef’s Table, the documentary producer who produced the famous Jiro Dreams of Sushi, tells the greetings of a different professional chef from restaurants in the farthest corners of the world (Lima, Peru, anyone?) In each episode. All with the melody of original symphonic music, this series is a moving, cinematic opera fed by the power of food, culture and inspiring stories.
relaunch of the Queer Eye 2003 makeup show is much more than a reality TV series. As the Queer Eye team travels the US and occasionally other parts of the world, stepping into the homes of those put forward by their friends and family, they use their charm and pure aspirations to help nudge new friends towards a transformative change in their lives. lives. As you watch, you can learn cooking, fashion and home decorating skills on your way to gain confidence and happiness.
Carey Mulligan, who portrayed a detective inspector, is a genius act that leads the investigation into the murder of a pizza server shot down in a suburb of London. Kip Gillespie, Mulligan’s clever and former Olympic pole jumper, delves deep into the mystery that he is of course not what he seems. The collateral pushes the procedural boundaries of the police into a dark moral zone, wrapped in a warm veil of politics and social commentary.
drug lord Pablo Escobar is the subject of this addictive series, yes, as he competes with his rise to become the notorious cocaine distributor and billionaire. Narcos, a lifelike account blended with archive images, manages to offer a sympathetic side to Escobar without disrupting the seriousness of his material. Plus, the DEA’s quest to pull Escobar down adds to the tension. After finishing three series, head to Narcos: Mexico, a companion series that focuses on the illegal drug trade in Mexico.
The Last Dance-Son Dance
Even if you don’t like sports or documentaries, The Last Dance plays like the most exciting drama detailing his ascent to magnificence with rare footage of the Chicago Bulls’ magnetic and intense leader, Michael Jordan. A fascinating take on the world of basketball, The Last Dance is as fun and exciting as a game on the court.
13 Reasons Why-13 Reasons Why
This is the first season of the YA show, closest to the source material, a novel by Jay Asher that revolves around the suicide of a young girl. Hannah Baker leaves behind a box of tape that her thoughtful friend Clay Jensen listens to find out why she chose to take her life. This is a profound issue, dealt with in ways of confrontation (once considered too confrontational), but social issues such as suicide, sexual assault, and mental health are handled in a mature way. A high school drama through fragile, lost young adults pulls you in and doesn’t let go.
BoJack Horseman-BoJack Horseman
When it comes to cartoons that drop your protection before they punch you with your thoughts on mental health, BoJack Horseman takes the cake. Set in a Los Angeles full of anthropomorphic animals, the movie follows a demolished former sitcom star trying to revert to his former reputation by releasing an autobiography. While it may take some time to digest this unusual cocktail at first, BoJack Horseman will soon surprise you with his facts about fighting depression and addiction on the way to getting your life back on track.
This show titled Dear White People – Dear Whites Provocative, each episode offers a timely look at modern racial relations through the eyes of a different character. After several black students at Winchester, an Ivy League institution, Dear Whites manages to blend their social commentary with a keen sense of humor. The fourth and final season will come this year, closing this powerful eye opener.
The Kominsky Method – Is the Kominsky Method
a comedy starring Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin? Yeah, it’s as good as it looks. Douglas stars as Sandy Kominsky, a former actor in Hollywood who is now an acting coach and goes over everything that comes with his age. Arkin plays Norman Newlander, his friend and agent. The two lead roles, along with side characters portrayed by the likes of Emily Osment, are what elevates this show to a touching, heart-warming zone.
This miniseries is tightly connected to the Western genre, with a female-led cast boasting Merritt Weaver and Downton Abbey’s Michelle Dockery. Godless recounts violence with landscapes of New Mexico in the 1880s that revolve around him in a tale that sees a bandit who escapes from his boss and takes refuge with an outcast widow. Oh, Jeff Daniels is in it too, if the show isn’t attractive enough.
Crazyhead If you’re a fan of the wildly fun Misfits by Howard Overman, Crazyhead might be where you want to go next. First aired in the UK in 2016, Overman’s follow-up show is a comedy-horror movie starring Cara Theobold (the voice of Tracer in Overwatch) and Susan Wokoma as unexpected friends who bond over seeing demons in normal society. . . Bright couple moves are at the core of this disturbingly fun drama featuring exorcism, accidental roommate murders, and demon fathers. Yes, you have to watch this for yourself.
Joe Swanberg brings endlessly viewable, comfortable improvised storytelling with multiple tales exploring the many variations of love. One of them is about a married couple testing the waters of an open relationship. Easy’s episodic anthology set in Chicago has a number of different characters and relationships that can be reviewed with surprisingly realistic and meaningful decisions.
Tiger King-Tiger King
Even if you have compiled many details of Tiger King’s madness from the moment it took over the internet, your chances of being drawn to the documentary series that went to seemingly incredible places are still high. There’s nothing like watching Joe Exotic rise and fall as he builds his own private tiger zoo in Oklahoma. Things get even more awkward when a violent feud with Florida cat rescuer Carole Baskin leads to harassment, threats, and unsolved murder mysteries. You really have to watch it to believe it.
Another documentary series that only attracts sports fans, Cheer explores the lives of young and highly competitive athletes at Navarro College in Texas. Starting in 2000, coach Monica Deception is developing her cheerleading program from scratch to become the best in the country. The anxiety they deal with escalates over six episodes as the big rivalry approaches, but always, in essence, the show resonates with.
Feel Good – Feel Good
Comedian Mae Martin’s Feel Good is really trying to do what it says on the box. She follows the repressed George (Charlotte Ritchie) who falls in love with Martin’s Mae after seeing the stand-up show. While their London-based romance sees George grappling with opening up to his middle-class friends and family, Canadian Mae has a drug problem that makes their romance even more difficult. Feel Good radiates sweetness and grace, with a sense of humor that is confidently narrated from the very beginning.