Netflix keeps surprising its audience with various engaging and outstanding shows. From the sci-fi horror of Stranger Things to the thrilling games of “win or die” in Squid Game, Netflix has treated its devoted audience to some of the best TV series ever produced.
SQUID GAME (2021)
In this Netflix survival thriller, people having a hard time are asked to compete for over $38 million in a game.
The recipients join the game thinking it will help them go over their failing lives. They have no idea that until one of them wins the enormous prize money, every game is an effort for survival with stakes.
Appearing as the title character on Netflix is Jenna Ortega’s famous coming-of-age supernatural comedy horror film.
The story follows Wednesday Addams, the daughter of Gomez (Luis Guzmán) and Morticia Addams (Catherine Zeta-Jones), as she embarks on a new journey at Nevermore Academy following her expulsion from the previous school due to her disposal of live piranhas in the swimming pool.
The show focuses on Wednesday’s terrifyingly funny journey as she explores her new psychic skills and works to solve a mystery involving her family.
Stranger Things 4 (2022)
Sci-fi horror smashes Stranger Things’ distinctive storyline and captivating photography won over a lot of genre spouses.
The movie starts with the disappearance of 12-year-old Will Byers (Noah Schnapp), and it takes place in the town of Hawkins in the 1980s. His friends find monsters from Upside Down, another dimension, and an unusual girl with superpowers named Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) as they start searching for him.
DAHMER: Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story (2022)
This true crime series, which broadcast on Evan Peters as the vicious serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer, left viewers feeling horrified.
Dahmer killed people in Bath Township, Ohio; West Allis, Wisconsin; and Milwaukee, Wisconsin between 1978 and 1991.
The popular series vividly depicted the police’s insensitivity toward African Americans in the 1980s and 1990s, which was a significant factor in Dahmer’s repeated evasion of justice.
Evan Peters won a Golden Globe and an Emmy nomination for the series.
Bridgerton: Season 1 (2020)
This historical fiction romance, which is based on an eight-part series of novels by Julia Quinn, follows the lives of the eight Bridgerton siblings—Anthony, Benedict, Colin, Daphne, Eloise, Francesca, Gregory, and Hyacinth—as they reside in Regency-era London.
A progressive kingdom headed by African-American Queen Charlotte flows to life in the show.
The first season tracked Pheobe Dynevor (Daphny Bridgerton) as she grew and joined the society. A whirlwind romance ensues when Daphne, who is responsible and lovely, meets Simon (Regé-Jean Page), the dashing but stubborn Duke of Hastings.