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If you're looking for a good TV that you can spend a lot of time on Netflix with, another list of the best shows you might have missed welcomes you. Netflix regularly changes its range of programming, but its excellent originals remain. Hopefully you will find a hidden gem or two here to keep you entertained at home.

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If you liked Money Heist then you'll meet Lupine, another non-English language show with a driving, action-packed story. This time we are in France, where the professional thief Assane Diop is carrying out his mission of revenge on the man responsible for the death of his father. Inspired by a book about the gentleman thief Arsène Lupine, Assane uses disguise, thieving know-how and a good dose of charisma to expose the crimes of the rich and powerful Hubert Pellegrini.



Bridgerton is practically an addicting show. Known as Jane Austen but with sex, the historic piece has a bit more to offer: with elaborate production design and colorful costumes, this is Regency London like you've seldom seen. In the early 19th century dating scene, the Bridgerton siblings' love affairs are captured in a scandalous newsletter, written by Regency London's version of Gossip Girl, voiced by none other than Julie Andrews. Make yourself comfortable with this gorge-worthy sightseeing.

Cobra Kai

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At first, Cobra Kai, a series based on the Karate Kid films, may sound like a cynical spin-off from the martial arts franchise. Thanks to well-written characters and a fair amount of nostalgia, it has become one of Netflix's most popular shows. The series follows Johnny Lawrence 34 years after he was kicked in the face by Daniel LaRusso. From this subversive point of view, Cobra Kai is confident, carefree and full of fun for three seasons.

The Queen's Gambit


How do you make chess the exciting core of a coming-of-age story? They shake it into a cocktail of stylish graphics, a rocking 60s soundtrack and the magnetic Anya Taylor-Joy as Beth Harmon, one of the youngest (and few female) chess players in the world. The fictional story in The Queen & # 39; s Gambit, named after a chess opening, follows her rise from an orphanage to overthrow the best players in the world – as long as their drug addiction and bags of wine bottles don't get in the way.



Netflix's first Korean original series doesn't strike. Kingdom is a zombie horror with a political background from the Joseon period that is set to spread. It is intended for those interested in a bloody genre amalgamation with a bloody fantasy. In Season 1, Crown Prince Lee Chang is embroiled in a political conspiracy while not investigating a mysterious plague. He's embroiled in a life or death thriller with a dash of royal dynasty at stake.

The end of the world


If you like your dark British humor, The End of The F *** ing World is the place for you. Psychopath James (Alex Lawther) has a plan to kill Alyssa (Jessica Barden) while fleeing from her lousy parents. But when they fly across the open road and commit some violent crimes, their calloused hearts soften and they develop feelings for one another. Surprising, fast-paced and surreal, both seasons of this dead teenager of a show whose headphones are pumping the best sad doo-wop of the 50s, 60s and 70s will blow your mind.



Before electrifying everyone with the word-for-word perfect Fleabag, Phoebe Waller-Bridge wrote a six-part comedy showcasing the early stages of her amazing talent. The crash follows twenty-six people who live in a disused hospital and casually obey the strict rules in exchange for cheap rent. The strange characters undermine expectations wherever it's weird, and Waller-Bridge appears as the ukulele-playing Lulu. Not only does she disrupt the setup of friends, but she also gets into the occasional dazzling dark situation (see the all-too-sensitive Aunt Gladys).



Criminal brings you four series of police trials, each episode focusing on a suspect who has been dismantled in an interrogation room. The twist: each series takes place in a different country and language – Spanish, French, German, and English – but they use exactly the same concept and set. In addition to the strictly scripted cat-and-mouse interviews with master class performances by David Tennant, Hayley Atwell, and Kit Harington in Season 2, it's fascinating to see how the limited-edition sets are used differently by different police teams.



David Fincher is directing a number of episodes in the two-season run of this psychological crime thriller (the third is set to indefinitely), so meticulous visuals and engaging storylines go without saying. Holden Ford (Jonathan Groff) is an FBI special agent sent to interview serial killers in prison to profile what makes them tick. Cameron Britton as serial killer Ed Kemper is absolutely cool. Smarter and richer than your average crime series, Mindhunter kind of grows with its complex characters. It would be a shame if season three didn't happen (although it does seem like it does).

The OA


From the minds of Britt Marling and Zal Batmanglij, The OA has it all: mystery, sci-fi, the supernatural and even a dash of fantasy for a good measure. We follow Prairie, a young woman who shows up after being missing for seven years. She was blind, but not anymore! Now called the OA, she brings a host of Midwestern locals of all ages and backgrounds on her dimension-hopping mission to save lives. Unfortunately, Netflix canceled The OA after Season 2, but this great, inventive, and human sci-fi is still worth a look.

Sex education

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Binging Sex Education is a snap: the confident, John Hughes-obsessed mish-mash of American and British high school culture is a snap. We follow Otis (Asa Butterfield), the son of a sex therapist (Gillian Anderson), as he begins his sexual awakening. The explicit sex talk and scenes are addressed in a refreshingly healthy and honest way. Netflix was understandably commissioned for a third season.

The Haunted Hill House

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Loosely based on Shirley Jackson's novel of the same name, Mike Flanagan's The Haunting of Hill House weaves its horror into a profound story about a broken family. After growing up in a haunted house, the Crains cannot ignore their past and have to do what you never want to: go back down those dark corridors. The impressive set pieces will delight horror fans, but it's the sad story of the Crains that will haunt you for days. Good news: The second chapter of the anthology, The Haunting of Bly Manor, is slated for Halloween.



Germany's answer to strange things consciously takes time before it moves to completely convincing and original places. As a science fiction noir, Dark folds time travel, conspiracies and estranged families into a cross-generational story that was triggered by the disappearance of a child. If you are looking for those kind of carefully crafted layers in your storytelling, this is what you should prepare for. All three seasons of Dark's meditative look at time travel and its effects on human nature are waiting to hit you with full force.

Black mirror

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While Charlie Brooker's gritty tech anthology series can be hit and miss at best, Black Mirror packs its mini-films with an exploration of futuristic technological ideas through painfully human stories. One of them is San Junipero, which follows two women in their 80s (cue banging soundtrack) who fall in love in ways they can't in their "real" life outside of the beach town. The technical aspect is revealed with ingenious timing, and in general the show explores the consequences of our connected life in disturbing and at times uplifting ways.



A show inspired by the true story of the first pro wrestling syndicate in the 80s? Actor Alison Brie? Produced by Jenji Kohan? Dreams do come true. GLOW's purely hilarious comedy, packed with eccentric female characters, combines campiness with outsider triumph and rises. Season 3 goes deeper into the life of its diverse ensemble. A fourth and final season is on the way to bring this adorable body slam into the ring.

The crown


Expensive is a word to describe the production values ​​of The Crown's drama about the British monarchy. Following the life of Queen Elizabeth II, starting in her 20s with a powerful performance by Claire Foy, The Crown captures the great events of historical events deep within Buckingham Palace. Characters like Winston Churchill, Princess Margaret, Margaret Thatcher and others are treated with the utmost cinematic sophistication. Seasons five and six are well on their way to rounding off your knowledge of the Queen's reign well into the early 21st century.

Russian doll


Russian Doll takes the Groundhog Day premise and tears it apart in unpredictable ways. Natasha Lyonne is the crackling spark at the center of her time loop mystery, playing Nadia, a game developer who dies repeatedly on the night of her 36th birthday party. The show, co-designed by Amy Poehler, uses time travel to explore self-reflection on a whole new level, making this a definite date for a session.



Based on a true story of rape, this miniseries skilfully navigates its disturbing and tricky subjects with the help of a remarkable performance by Kaitlyn Dever. She plays Marie, a teenage girl accused of lying about rape, but that's more complicated, of course. Toni Collette and Merritt Wever team up as whip-wise detectives who see what others can't, adding another layer to the delicate, powerful triumph of Unbelievable.

Master of nobody


On the surface, a comedy about a 30-year-old New Yorker who loves his pasta. Master of None casually casts nuanced and moving episodes about immigrant families and their second generation children. Then an entire episode about Tinder is erased. Dev's relatable experiences are oozing with the wit and charm of creator and star Aziz Ansari, and personal controversy aside, the romantic and cultural themes he explores are remarkably mature.



This miniseries is based on a memoir and is told mainly in Yiddish with meticulous detail. Almost a thriller, Unorthodox follows 19-year-old Esty Shapiro, who escapes her arranged marriage in an ultra-Orthodox community in Brooklyn. She ends up in Berlin and explores a new life outside of the strict beliefs she grew up in, but her community doesn't let it go that easily. With a breathtaking performance by Shira Haas, you can take a step into an inexorably fascinating world with Unorthodox.

I have never


Devi is your average high schooler who wants nothing more than to be cool and make a friend. But it's hard to stay a chipper after your dad dies. Mindy Kaling's coming-of-age story covers familiar territory, yet stands out from the crowd in several ways. Get this: Its narrator is John McEnroe. The athletic connection is just one layer of this surprising show that depicts an Indian family living in California. You've seen these stories before, but not with these unique characters.

Money robbery


This series is loved by many (and Netflix loves you for it), but in case you haven't heard what all the fuss is about, Money Heist is a heist. The mastermind doing Ocean & # 39; s eleven step prep with equally satisfying revelations is The Professor. He has his sights set on banks, and we see his intricate plans come together with nifty flashbacks, time leaps, and even an unreliable narrator. This intrigues television with a distinct Spanish identity – don't let the subtitles put you off.

Dead to me


If you're looking for a female-led show with a dark sense of humor and mystery, Dead To Me delivers all of that in spades. This underrated series is all about the friendship between Linda Cardellini's Judy and Christina Applegate's Jen, total opposites that combine through wine, family and murder. The twists and turns and revelations keep the momentum going while you enjoy spending time with these flawed but brilliant women.

Peaky Blinders


Netflix carefully acquired the rights to Peaky Blinders, and there are five seasons with two more coming to tackle the breathtaking rise of Birmingham ganger leader Thomas Shelby in the 20th century. Prepare for a mesmerizing performance by Cillian Murphy in this family saga that has a fantastic amount of fun and flair, and shows Shelby's dealings with other gangs, the police, and the casual lover.

After the live


After Life might not be a classic like Ricky Gervais & # 39; The Office and Extras, but it's a show you'll want to put up with. Set in the fictional sleepy town of Tambury, it follows newspaper journalist Tony, played by show artist Gervais in an impressively dramatic area. Tony mourns cancer after the love of his life. While the show is steeped in melancholy, there are magical moments when Tony inflicts priceless brutal defeats on the eccentric and annoying (to him) townspeople. But you always know that he is on the right track to face his grief and build nice relationships with the people around him.

Derry Girls


Another unmissable show, Derry Girls, follows the breakdowns of Erin and her friends in Derry, Ireland in the 1990s. Her teenage woes are paired with antics of her equally funny parents against the backdrop of the Northern Ireland conflict. While you can make comparisons to The Inbetweeners, Derry Girls draws from his own well of sweet charm and the historical context paves the way for surprisingly dark humor.

The sinner


Three fascinating seasons of The Sinner are waiting to be cracked. Each season focuses on a murder committed by an unlikely culprit in even stranger circumstances. Season 1 follows Jessica Biel's Cora, who stabs a man to death in a sudden frenzy on the beach but has no idea why. It's up to Bill Pullman's Detective Ambrose to unravel the shockingly disruptive events in her psyche that cause it to be triggered.

Aka Grace


This miniseries dates back to a few years ago, but in case you missed it, it's definitely worth checking out. In the style of The Sinner, Alias ​​Grace steps back into the past of her young protagonist to find out why she is committing a murder she cannot remember. The adaptation of a novel by Margaret Atwood shows a hypnotic Sarah Gadon as Irish immigrant Grace, who leads a turbulent life as a servant to a family in colonial Toronto. Based in part on a true story, this is not a straightforward puzzle with simple answers, and that makes it all the more fascinating.



Lovesickness is a simple, entertaining consideration with a premise ripe for awkward humor that we can all relate to. Helplessly in love, Dylan discovers he has chlamydia and must track down past flings and tell them they may have it too. A flashback keeps things interesting, especially when the focus is on Dylan and Evie's feelings for each other. It never goes into soapy territory, with an eccentric but lovable supporting cast playing English roommates in a Glasgow setting.



Bodyguard broke records when it first aired in the UK, climbing from cliffhanger to cliffhanger at a relentless pace. This could be the definition of unstoppable binge, which is not surprising given that it comes from the mind of Jed Mercurio of Line of Duty. Richard Madden of Game of Thrones plays the eponymous bodyguard who suffers from PTSD after serving in the Afghanistan war. He is also charged with protecting the Home Secretary (Keeley Hawes), whose policies he despises. Bodyguard takes provocative turns and creates one of the best 20-minute opening scenes of all time.

Strange things


It wouldn't be a best list without Stranger Things. If you've somehow missed the Duffer Brothers ode to '80s horror and Steven Spielberg, things will soon be tubular. We follow El, an almost mute girl who was the subject of scientific experiments. She develops telekinetic powers that she uses to ward off monsters that invade from a terrifying alternate dimension. The world of Indiana, Hawkins, is lovingly detailed for anyone in need of a nostalgic '80s hit, and the Misfit characters, played by a stellar young cast, are part of everything that makes this show a tour de Force does.

House of cards


While Kevin Spacey's sexual harassment allegations ultimately resulted in this chic slice of dark side politics on the fourth wall being damaged, it's still worth checking out if you're into power games and the occasional backstabbing. First follows Frank Underwood of Spacey, House of Cards' sixth and final season revolves around his wife Claire (Robin Wright), who is taking over more and more power in the Oval Office.


Dubbed the next breaking bad, Ozark just keeps getting better as you watch the Byrde family's life spiral out of control. Ozark starts with a bang and sees financial advisor Marty (Jason Bateman) money laundering system go wrong for a Mexican drug cartel. His solution? Take his family to the Lake of the Ozarks where he will set up a major laundry. Ozark builds on all of this potential and creates a clever, but most importantly, entertaining story with an outstanding performance from Laura Linney as Wendy Byrde. Great news: Ozark has just been renewed for a fourth and final season.



Full Disclosure: Netflix sadly canceled Travelers after its third season, but this tightly planned sci-fi from Canada ends on an ambitious bang. We start with Marcy, a disabled woman who was beaten up after helping a friend escape thugs. She dies – then she comes back to life. This powerful, character-based science fiction cleverly reveals its secrets, following agents from the future who are supposed to prevent the collapse of society but also travel the difficult territory of a double life.



Love is a creation by Judd Apatow that brings out the best in the talented Gillian Jacobs (Britta in Community) and Paul Rust. You play Mickey and Gus, a couple who are attracted to opposites and go to messy, frustrating, and lovable down-to-earth places that make this an honest look at a relationship that is built over time. Iris Apatow is a standout figure as the unfortunate tutor for child actress Gus, who gets away with almost anything.

Orange is the new black


One of the first Netflix originals laid the foundation in several ways. Originally taken from a treatise on a real women's prison, the seven seasons encompass the lives of women of different backgrounds and nationalities, all of whom end in orange overalls. Drug money smuggler Piper kicks off season one as our Alice walks down the rabbit hole in this wild, raw, hilarious and powerful show, picking up on difficult topics that aren't often explored on screen.

When they see us


Ava DuVernay's When They See Us falls under the tough but indispensable banner. It depicts the real-life events of the 1989 Central Park Jogger Case, which involved five male color suspects falsely accused of rape and assault. When they see us, not only is the humanity of the boys brought into focus, but they also call for outrage at the injustice of systemic racism.

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt


Tina Fey's post-30 rock sitcom is as weird and wonderful as it gets. Kimmy Schmidt is 29 years old and finally appears after 15 years in the bunker of a doomsday cult. Naive but relentlessly enthusiastic, she does her best to adjust to New York life, take on odd jobs, find love, and make friends with equally strange people. The show is impressively peppered with one joke per second. His reps go through the roof and Ellie Kemper makes sure Kimmy is a heroine to put down roots for.



The show that paved the way for Marvel's Netflix TV series ended after its third season, a victim in the breakups between the streamer and the superhero juggernaut. This understandably outraged fans, as its quality did not deteriorate. Daredevil is not just any superhero show, but goes to dark and surprisingly existential places and explores Matt Murdock's beliefs as he leads a double life as a blind lawyer and a vigilante for the Daredevil. Daredevil became famous for his hand-to-hand combat sequences, in which a villain was every bit as good as his hero – Vincent D & # 39; Onofrio as Wilson Fisk, aka the Kingpin -.

Jessica Jones


While the last two seasons let the ball drop a bit when it came to complex issues, the first season of Jessica Jones is a force to be reckoned with. Somehow, the series manages to become a superhero detective noir, and themes such as rape, assault and PTSD are drawn into its many facets. Krysten Ritter was the perfect choice to take on the dry, sarcastic hero who could also be an asshole on occasion. With a mind-dominating villain like David Tennants Kilgrave who can literally tell people to kill themselves, the wall our hero has to climb to save the day is absolutely stunning.

Chef & # 39; s Table


Chef & # 39; s Table is for foodies who not only want food porn, but also want the feeling of seeing what great chefs managed to bring this food to the plate. From the documentary filmmaker who served the acclaimed Jiro Dreams of Sushi, Chef & # 39; s Table tells the story of a different professional chef in each episode, who hails from restaurants in the remotest corners of the world (Lima, Peru, anyone?). This series is a moving, cinematic opera powered by the power of food, culture and inspirational stories.

Queer Eye


The 2003 Makeover Show restart is much more than a reality TV series. As the Queer Eye team travels across the United States and occasionally to other parts of the world, entering the homes of friends and family members, they use their charm and sheer willingness to move their new friends to transformative changes in their lives . As you watch, you can learn cooking, fashion, and home decorating skills on your own for confidence and happiness.



Carey Mulligan, who plays a detective inspector, is a stroke of genius conducting an investigation into the murder of a pizza delivery boy who was shot dead in a London suburb. Mulligan's astute and, um, former Olympic pole vaulter Kip Gillespie delves deeper into the mystery, which, of course, is not what it seems. Collateral is pushing against the procedural limits of the police into a murky moral area wrapped in a hot blanket of politics and social commentary.



The drug king Pablo Escobar is the subject of this addicting series that aims to become a notorious cocaine trafficker and billionaire. Narcos is a lifelike report that blends in with archival material and manages to present Escobar with a sympathetic side without undermining the gravity of his material. Also, the DEA's hunt to topple Escobar has added to the tension. After completing the three series, head to Narcos: Mexico, a companion series that focuses on the illegal drug trade in Mexico.

The last Dance


Even if you're not into sports or documentaries, The Last Dance plays out like the most vibrant drama detailing the rise of the Chicago Bulls with rare footage of their magnetic and intense leader Michael Jordan. The Last Dance is a fascinating look into the world of basketball and is as entertaining and exciting as a match on the court.

13 reasons why


The first season of this YA show was most closely related to the source material, a Jay Asher novel that revolves around a girl's suicide. Hannah Baker leaves a box of tapes that her thoughtful friend Clay Jensen hears to find out why she took her own life. This is a profound issue that is dealt with in a confrontational manner (considered too confrontational at one time), but the social issues such as suicide, sexual assault, and mental health are handled in a mature manner. A high school drama by fragile, lost young adults attracts you and won't let you go.

BoJack rider


When it comes to cartoons lowering your guard before getting punched in the stomach with mental health considerations, BoJack Horseman takes the cake. Set in an LA full of anthropomorphic animals, it follows a slurred ex-sitcom star who tries to return to his former celebrity with an autobiography. While it may take you some time to digest this unconventional cocktail at first, BoJack Horseman will soon surprise you with his truths about battling depression and addiction on the way to get your life going again.

Dear whites


This provocatively titled show offers a contemporary look at modern racial relations through the eyes of a different character in each episode. After several black students in Winchester, an Ivy League institution, Dear White People manages to combine his social comment with a keen sense of humor. The fourth and final season is just around the corner this year and concludes this powerful eye-opener.

The Kominsky method


A comedy with Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin? Yes it is as good as it sounds. Douglas plays Sandy Kominsky, an ex-actor in Hollywood who is now an acting coach and goes through everything that comes with getting older. Arkin plays his buddy and agent Norman Newlander. The two main roles, along with supporting characters like Emily Osment, make this show a poignant, warm-hearted area.



This miniseries fits snugly into the Western genre, with a female-led cast starring Merritt Weaver and Michelle Dockery of Downton Abbey. With his prospect of New Mexico from the 1880s, Godless sums up the violence in a tale of an outlaw fleeing his boss and seeking refuge with an outcast widower. Oh, Jeff Daniels is there too, if the show wasn't enticing enough.



Wenn Sie ein Fan von Howard Overmans wahnsinnig unterhaltsamen Außenseitern wären, wäre Crazyhead vielleicht der richtige Ort für Sie. Overmans Follow-up-Show, die 2016 erstmals in Großbritannien ausgestrahlt wurde, ist ein Comedy-Horror mit Cara Theobold (die Stimme von Tracer in Overwatch) und Susan Wokoma als unwahrscheinliche Freunde, die sich darüber verbünden, Dämonen in einer normalen Gesellschaft galoppieren zu sehen . Ihr brillanter Doppelschlag ist das Herzstück dieser verstörend unterhaltsamen Serie mit Exorzismen, versehentlichen Tötungen von Mitbewohnern und Dämonenvätern. Ja, das musst du dir selbst ansehen.



Joe Swanberg bringt seine endlos beobachtbare, entspannte Art des improvisierten Geschichtenerzählens in mehrere Geschichten ein, in denen er die vielen Variationen der Liebe erforscht. In einem Fall testet ein Ehepaar das Wasser einer offenen Beziehung. In Easys episodischer Anthologie in Chicago gibt es eine Vielzahl verschiedener Charaktere und Beziehungen mit überraschend realistischen und aussagekräftigen Auflösungen.

Tiger King

Selbst wenn Sie viele Details von Tiger Kings Wahnsinn aus der Zeit über das Internet gelernt haben, haben Sie dennoch gute Chancen, in die Dokumentarserie hineingezogen zu werden, die an scheinbar unglaubliche Orte geht. Es gibt wirklich nichts Schöneres, als Joe Exotics Aufstieg und Fall beim Bau seines privaten Tigerzoos in Oklahoma zu beobachten. Noch bizarrer wird es, wenn seine erbitterte Fehde mit Carole Baskin, einer Katzenretterin in Florida, zu Belästigungen, Drohungen und ungelösten Mordgeheimnissen führt. Man muss es wirklich sehen, um es zu glauben.



Cheer ist eine weitere Dokumentarserie, die mehr als nur Sportfans faszinierte. Sie befasst sich mit dem Leben junger, wettbewerbsfähiger Sportler am Navarro College in Texas. Ab dem Jahr 2000 baut Trainerin Monica Aldama das Cheerleading-Programm von Grund auf auf, um die beste des Landes zu werden. Die Angst, mit der sie zu tun haben, nimmt in den sechs Folgen zu, wenn sich ihre große Konkurrenz nähert, aber im Kern ist die Show immer sehr erhebend.

Gut fühlen


Comedian Mae Martins Feel Good versucht wirklich, das zu tun, was es verspricht. Es folgt der unterdrückten George (Charlotte Ritchie), die sich in Martins Mae verliebt, nachdem sie ihre Stand-up-Show gesehen hat. In ihrer in London lebenden Romanze hat George Probleme damit, zu ihren bürgerlichen Freunden und ihrer Familie zu kommen, während die kanadische Mae ein Drogenproblem hat, das ihre Liebe noch schwieriger macht. Feel Good ist eine selbstbewusst erzählte Geschichte, deren Sinn für Humor von Anfang an geprägt ist. Sie strahlt Süße und Anmut aus.

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