Netflix has done greatly in creating awesome contents that it definitely deserves its own category, even after the general one. In no particular order, here a list of what I believe are the top 10 Netflix series.
PS: This list is mostly based off the numerous shows I watched from the numerous offerings of the streaming giants. And, every show here released, at least, one season this year.
1. When they see us
Bold and uncompromising. Director Ava DuVernay gave the Central Park 5 men a new voice at a time like this and we love her for that.
2. Stranger Things
I truly hope Jim Hopper stays dead. Next!
3. Sex Education
Otis + Maeve = Together forever in my head.
4. Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
This is one show with lots of magic props and spells that still manages to not be in your face. It might not be the biggest hit from Netflix, but it’s definitely one of my favorites.
5. Jessica Jones
The last of the Netflix-Marvel shows, the third season of Jessica Jones ends this corner of the MCU on its own terms, just like its eponymous lead does everything else in her life. Really, what else would you expect from someone who says “Giving a shit sucks”?
If you thought Gossip Girl’s Dan Humphrey was charming wait to you see actor Penn Badgley play charming, psychotic murderer, Joe, you’ll love him even more.
7. The Politician
Payton Hobart is wealthy and wants nothing else but to be the President of the United States. Ring a bell?
8. 13 Reasons Why
The show finally grew pass Hannah Baker, but still couldn’t really escape her. I guess she’ll always be a part of the show as long as Clay, Justin, Jessica, and the others live.
9. Money Heist
One of the biggest shows this year, in the side of the world. Another testament to the fact that language isn’t a barrier to enjoy great content.
10. A series of Unfortunate Events
This show is hilariously stupid. Neil Patrick Harris as the wicked Count Olaf is a delight to watch, with his silly disguises and gimmicks. The show is over, so now’s a good time to binge all three seasons, if you haven’t yet.
Honorable mentions: Bojack Horseman and The Witcher