Top 10 Netflix Shows Right Now

The selection that Netflix offers is beyond imagination for anyone who is looking forward to streaming television shows. This is particularly challenging when there is a lot of content out there, and you have no clear idea on which show to watch. Below, we have highlighted

10 of the great series that you can watch on Netflix right now.

1. The Crown

This opulent biographical epic is dedicated to the life of Queen Elizabeth II throughout her life and up to the present day. The show has well-coordinated outfits as well as amazing performance by the acting cast of The Crown provides the audience with insights into the private lives of the Royals. Both Claire Foy and Olivia Colman have been appreciated for the portrayal of the royal monarch Queen Elizabeth in different time periods.

2. Stranger Things

A science fiction-drama- horror series with elements of mystery and adventure, Stranger Things is set in the 1980s Indiana and is one of the most popular Netflix series that has garnered critical acclaim in a very short period of time. When a young boy goes missing, his friends and loved ones gradually start to discover a number of very strange and dark truths concerning secret governmental experiments, evil spirits, and a sinister little girl. It is all too typical of a Steven Spielberg or a Stephen King combine.

3. Bridgerton

It is a romantic series about high society and its scandalous nature with the primary focus on marriage in the early 19th century England. Created by Shonda Rhimes, it depicts the story of the proud Bridgerton family and their eight PTA-slaying siblings in search of love and loss in the Regency era.

4. The Queen’s Gambit

Adapted from Walter Tevis’ novel of the same year as its setting, The Queen’s Gambit is a compelling drama of a young woman’s progress in the competitive world of chess. Anya Taylor-Joy plays Beth Harmon, a chess prodigy, who battles her inner and external challenges to become a successful queen in the intense world of the chess. The story contains elements of the surprise at every given turn while presenting the reader with a view into the life of a young genius who is anything but steady of mind.

5. Dark

Getting its name from the German language, this science fiction thriller is a true mystery that leaves your mind spinning. Dark is a Netflix series where four families are connected by their past in a German town, having their children go missing at different periods in the past. It’s a plot is packed with scandals which explore time travel, human essence, fate, and more.

6. The Witcher

The latest instalment of this epic fantasy is starring Henry Cavill, who seems to bring his brooding muscular talent that has been witnessed in some of other productions. Like Geralt the monster hunter from the Netflix series, Cavill fights monsters across The Continent with a sorceress named Yennefer, portrayed by Anya Chalotra, and Ciri played by Freya Allan, who has magical powers. Prepare yourself for some cool duels, political intrigue, some intense fight scenes, and of course, lots of monster hunting.

7. Ozark

Director and main actor is Jason Bateman in this crime drama where a Chicago financial planner moves with his family to Missouri Ozarks to help a risky Mexican drug cartel in money laundering. Seeking to establish an empire and protect his family puts Marty in dangerous and deadly situations that make this thrill a stressful one.

8. When They See Us

This spectacular 2019 miniseries is Ava DuVernay’s work based on the actual events that took place in 1989 in New York Central Park. It is based on the real life events that surround five teenagers from Harlem who were charged unfairly and sentenced for the rape and beating of a female jogger. When They See Us tells the story of the innate imperfection of the American legal system, and the persistent nature of institutionalized racism, with great performances from Asante Blackk, Caleel Harris and Ethan Herisse in the roles of the young real life exonerees.

9. Russian Doll

This surreal sci-fi comedy-com was created by and stars Natasha Lyonne as Nadia, a rather bitter woman from New York, who dies during her 36th birthday celebration and has to replay the night over and over gain. Despite all the weirdness and the dark sense of humor of the show, she attempts to solve this messed up time loop throughout eight episodes. It is a black comedy about life and death in New York, a city that is a breeding ground for all sorts of subcultures.

10. Queer Eye

Get ready to be entertained with this reality show that crosses those barriers between competition and personal lives. Queer Eye is redescribed with the new generation of the Fab Five – Antoni, Tan, Karamo, Bobby, and Jonathan – who, like Homoerotic detectives, storm into the lives of regular men and women to recommend how they can learn to love themselves a little more but also how they should eat their food, groom themselves, dress, exercise and even arrange their furniture. Specifically, the makeovers they seek to make their subjects find the strength within them to follow through the dreams and turn into the best versions of themselves. This one is as cute as it is funny I must say.


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