Top 10 Best Netflix Series of All Time
Looking for Netflix’s Top 10 TV Shows? You’ve come to the right place, then! The trending list that Netflix launched earlier this year, which reveals the top 10 most popular shows on a daily basis, isn’t easy to find on Netflix itself unless you’re willing to do some digging. That’s why we’re here: to make it easier for you.
This week, there has been a lot of reorganization, with shows that were in the Top 10 last week no longer in the Top 10. On this week’s list are the final episodes of Ozark, new episodes of The Circle, and the first season of The Lincoln Lawyer.
Even to say that this is a diverse list of the top ten is an understatement
Love on the Spectrum U.S.
An insightful and heartwarming docu-reality series about people on the autism spectrum, Love on the Spectrum follows them as they try to find love and relationships. It follows in the footsteps of the multi-award-winning Australian series by telling the stories of a diverse cast of characters who are all searching for love.
“All American” is the “Platonic ideal of American High School Drama,” the CW’s bright spot of explicitly diverse near*-realism in a still mostly white network sea of superheroes, the supernatural, and comically stylized. To get around the school’s strict zip code requirements, Spencer James (Daniel Ezra), a star football player from South Los Angeles, moves in with the coach and his family, who are both ex-pats from the area.
In Beverly Hills and back in South Los Angeles, much of the subsequent drama is exactly what you’d expect: After being left alone in their mansions for months on end by their oblivious jet-setting parents, the rich kids have expensive pill addictions or are spiraling into depression, while the kids in South L.A. are trapped in a school that is chronically underfunded and over-policed.
Despite this, All American has the ability to transcend primetime melodrama because of the compassion and grace with which the show handles all of these issues and the grounded performances put in by the young actors. Bre-Z as Spencer’s best friend Coop and Samantha Logan as Coach Baker’s daughter, Olivia Baker, are also excellent supporting cast members.
For the first two seasons of its real-time run, All American hasn’t made much of a splash, but given how quickly and how long it stayed in the top 10 of Netflix’s new internal ranking system once its latest season was made available, it’s clear that teens streaming at home know exactly where the good stuff is—and now you know, too.
The Lincoln Lawyer
Netflix’s The Lincoln Lawyer follows Mickey Haller (Manuel Garcia-Rulfo), the best criminal defense attorney in L.A., as he goes through trials both emotional and literal. If not an actual bit of Paste-favorite Bosch, at least the Connelly playbook is brought to a whole new audience.
However, don’t expect to see anything like that in this place. The Lincoln Lawyer, created by Ally McBeal’s David E. Kelley and executive produced by The Good Wife’s Ted Humphrey, is equal parts froth and high-level crime. As a result, while Harry Bosch’s story is a sun-drenched noir, Mickey Haller’s story is primarily a sunny one. The majority of the time, this balance is successful.
The Lincoln Lawyer wants to be more primetime than prestige, unapologetically. At the same time, however, it sometimes stretches itself too thin between four major criminal arcs and like four thousand interpersonal arcs There are some strong performances and strong moral (and musical) parallels to Bosch, but the casting is excellent. This will be a fun film to see if you’re a fan of Connelly or not.
For Season 4, we’re bringing the heat to a new level with The Circle. This being the spiciest season yet, what else would you expect? Once again, there will be catfishing, drama, and cash prizes to be won as a top influencer as new contestants compete in challenges.
Michelle Buteau, an actress, and comedian serves as the show’s emcee. Beginning May 4, new episodes of The Circle will air on Wednesdays, with the finale airing on May 25th.
The Boss Baby: Back in the Crib
Tasked with reverting back to his old Boss Baby self following the events of The Boss Baby: Family Business Theodore Templeton is framed for embezzlement. He is forced to reunite with his brother Tim and his two nieces Tabitha and Tina.
They form a new Field Team with the goal of promoting Baby Love and protecting Baby Corp from the new group of arch-enemies, the Uncuddleables, who are determined to destroy the corporation.
A middle-class family’s involvement in a dangerous drug cartel prompts comparisons to Breaking Bad and Weeds like a hand-written invitation. It is true that the Ozark premise sets us up for yet another steeply angled slide; by now, it is expected that a desperate man’s latent evil will be awakened by the show.
The drug-dealing anti-hero trope isn’t a song we’ve heard before, but there are a few key elements that keep it fresh. All of these aspects revolve around Martin Byrde, the main character of Ozark (Jason Bateman). Arrested Development’s Michael Bluth-like performance by Jason Bateman can be seen in this scene.
Despite his desire to be truthful, Martin is not above telling a lie if he believes it will benefit the greater good. To put it another way, his family’s well-being comes first. When Marty, a financial planner, accidentally stumbles into the opportunity to launder money for the second most powerful group of Mexican drug runners, he insists on reminding everyone that he is in the right place at the right time.
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This “special” candidate for the cartel’s charismatic (and convincingly terrifying) Chicago liaison, Del, stands out because of his pragmatic, stoic resourcefulness and devotion to “the numbers” (Esai Morales). A glimmer of hope hangs over Ozark: that someone can go a little bad, but not all the way bad, for the right person.
Keep-away may be the reason Marty’s hands are always clean (and his head, for now, intact). At this point, the story revolves around a man who takes matters into his own hands and fights back in a way he believes is right. Anti-hero territory has been done before, but Ozark elevates it by making its lead character not just a contrarian rulebreaker, but a truly good bad guy.
Season 4 of Stranger Things returns with a vengeance, bringing with it a new level of grand ambition and stunning cinematic design. Even if there is an overabundance of ’80s horror nostalgia, the genuine scares and the appreciated move towards a more mature tone for the year are not to be discounted.
However, the middle episodes of Vol. I get bloated and stifle the momentum coming out of the fourth episode in order to give every member of the extra-large cast a worthy storyline. A good portion of the season is spent on the final two episodes, which feature some major revelations, unexpected twists, and a cliffhanger that will have fans eagerly anticipating its July 1 finale.
Lupin, a French adaptation of Maurice Leblanc’s legendary gentleman thief Arsène Lupin, is an exciting new take on the character. Assane Diop (Omar Sy) adopts the Lupin persona in order to avenge his father, who was falsely accused of being a thief in this show’s universe. While Assane has the skills to be a master thief, pursuing his revenge is far more dangerous and complicated than he anticipated.
Love, Death & Robots
These critically acclaimed animated stories, presented by Tim Miller and David Fincher in three volumes, revolve around the show’s three, titular themes.
However, the stories in this series aren’t for kids, but they each find fascinating ways to explore the subjects they cover, and each one is presented in its entirety. Watching it is addictive because it’s wild, free-form science fiction.
Lucifer Morningstar is played by Tom Ellis in this loose adaptation of the comic book series. Following his departure from Hell and embarking on a new life, Lucifer meets and falls in love with Detective Chloe Decker (Lauren German).
He helps Chloe solve murders in Los Angeles by making suspects reveal their secrets in order to stay in her life. Even if Lucifer is open about his identity, it takes Chloe time to realize that she has teamed up with the original fallen angel. The sixth and final season of the show brought the saga to a close.
These series are not formatted according to the ranking.