The 101 best TV shows to watch on Netflix right now

Netflix has too many options for the average person to practically browse. So we’re here to recommend the best shows currently available on the streaming service for US viewers.

From the Netflix original hits like “Stranger Things” to their best-syndicated series like “Great British Bake Off” and more, there’s something for everyone.

Keep reading to see the 101 best TV shows you should watch on Netflix:

Note: Numerous Netflix titles drop off the service monthly, so the availability of titles below may change. This list was last updated on March 19, 2020.

1. “Mindhunter” (Netflix)

Following the real-life story of FBI agents in the 1970s who were cataloging and identifying serial killers for the first time in bureau history, this drama series elevates the “true crime” genre into something much more chillingly realistic (without losing its keen sense of style).

2. “Schitt’s Creek” (PopTV)

Showrunner (and series) star Dan Levy has created one of the best comedies on television right now. The small-town comedy shtick gives way to fantastic character development and heart-melting romantic subplots.

(If you want to watch the final season on PopTV, read our guide on how to stream new episodes here.)

3. “The Good Place” (NBC)

If you haven’t yet watched this genius series about a terrible woman who finds herself mistakenly in heaven, aka the Good Place, then we strongly recommend you fixing that oversight.

“The Good Place” will keep you on your toes with twists and turns in the storyline, and you’ll be hard-pressed to pick just one favorite character by the time you finish your binge.

4. “Stranger Things” (Netflix)

The phenomenal cast, score, and vibrant supernatural storylines in Netflix’s original sci-fi drama exemplifies what the streaming service does best: reel you in and keep you hooked.

5. “Chef’s Table” (Netflix)

“Food porn” may be an overused term, but there is almost no other way to properly explain the beautiful and gratifying episodes of “Chef’s Table.”

The series follows a different acclaimed chef per episode and explores their ethos and craftsmanship. Every hour-long episode builds up to a gorgeous visual explosion of immaculate and mouth-watering plates of food……….Read More>>


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