Netflix created the idea of “binge-worthy” and for good reason! With over 3,000 Netflix originals, there is something for everyone.
Here are some of the best Netflix shows according to the users who enjoy them.
Columbia’s drug cartels are full of violence, hidden agendas, and evading the law. Narcos follows Pablo Escobar as he rises to the top of a multi-million dollar industry.
Black Mirror is a favorite of many due to the short mind-boggling episodes. They touch on real-life problems and human behavior that leave watchers thinking about it for days.
A light-hearted sitcom series that follows a collection of teenagers in Northern Ireland as they navigate life. The show also hints at the political changes going on in the early 90’s and how that affects what the students go through.
Better Call Saul
A prequel to the wildly successful Breaking Bad. Better Call Saul features the same concept but with a small-time attorney looking to change who he is.
Love, Death, and Robots
Another episodic style show that doesn’t only feature different narratives but also different art styles. Love, Death, and Robots will take you into space and explore worlds beyond imagination.
A sci-fi drama that follows a woman who was missing for seven years and is now magically home and with a new set of powers. Fans of the show online insist a second season needs to be made right away.
If Narcos interests you, then Peaky Blinders will also be up your alley. Set in Birmingham, England, and following the leader of a dangerous street gang and the detective sent to stop him.
The Queens Gambit
Beth Harmon, the main character, learns chess in the basement of her orphanage. After getting adopted, she uses her insane knowledge of the game to make it all the way to the top and learns it’s just as rough up there.
A mysterious drama that will leave you questioning if “miracles” are really worth it. A small town faces supernatural horrors after accepting the aid of a traveling priest. This show will definitely have you ignoring any knocks on your door for a while.
Haunting of Hill House
Midnight Mass made watchers bring up the Haunting of Hill House since they share a creator. A similar vibe of ominous terror can be felt in both series. This show watches a family dealing with the nightmares of their past.
BEEF definitely has a fan base, with many saying it’s the best show on Netflix. A dark comedy series that shows us what happens when road rage goes to the next level.
Laundering hundreds of millions of dollars for your drug boss is easy, when you upend your entire family and move across the US. This dark thriller follows one man as he tries to save himself from the drug world he finds himself in.
While most shows on this list involve real people, Arcane is an animated series with a large following. Two cities and two sisters fight on opposing sides in a magical war based on the game League of Legends.
I Think You Should Leave
Tim Robinson’s comedy show is at the top of many’s lists of the best Netflix shows. I Think You Should Leave features multiple guest stars in absurd comedy sketches.
Killers are something that makes all of us scared and a little intrigued. We all wonder “why did they do it?”. Mindhunters follows two FBI agents as they try to answer just this by asking notorious killers themselves.
The Last Kingdom
Vikings were all the rage for a bit, leading Netflix to make The Last Kingdom. While Vikings aren’t as popular anymore, there is still a huge fan base behind this show which features Alfred the Great and Uhtred as they fight for their kingdom.
A law prodigy who coincidentally has no actual degree lands himself a job in one of the top legal firms. This comedy law drama keeps us on our toes with spectacular courtroom wins and many close calls.
What’s better than one birthday? How about reliving the same birthday party over and over again knowing you die at the end of the day? Yeah, it isn’t fun for Nadia either in Russian Doll, but it is great for the fans.
House of Cards
Delving into the world of the powers that be that run our country. House of Cards shows us that crime, betrayal, and secret love affairs happen in our white house as much as on our streets.
It should come as no surprise that Stranger Things made the list; with strange powers, incredibly scary monsters, and government coverups, there is something for everyone. We also all secretly want to be El sometimes.
When a criminal is brought back to life after 250 years and in a completely new body with the mission to solve a murder, an incredibly intricate and dark show is born, amazing visual effects add to this cyberpunk experience.
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