Netflix’s Best Recent Binge Worthy Shows

Netflix provides something for everyone, but there’s also a lot of garbage on it that you don’t want to spend your precious time on. Therefore, Day News has brought you the list of greatest TV shows on Netflix that will help you avoid the mediocre shows and uncover the finest shows to watch. We have picked some of the binge worthy must-see shows you don’t want to miss.

Let’s get in to it without further ado.

1. Lupin

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The term ‘Lupin’ may conjure up images of a million anime films, and the protagonist of this French series is inspired on robber figure Arsène Lupin.

Assane Diop is played by Omar Sy, the son of a Senegalese immigrant who was wrongfully imprisoned for stealing at the request of his wealthy employer. Decades after his father commits himself, Assane plans vengeance on the employer’s family, employing ‘gentleman thief’ techniques inspired by Lupin.

This entertaining series is directed by The Incredible Hulk’s Louis Leterrier, and with only five episodes accessible right now, it won’t take you long to go through it.

2. Love, Death and Robots

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Love, Death, and Robots, an adult CG animated anthology, has now returned for a second, shorter season of episodes. The quality fluctuates across episodes, as it does with any anthologies, but as a whole, this program has a lot to offer.

The concepts range from comedy to drama, with a grim twist at the core of the series — what happens if a home-cleaning device begins attempting to murder its owner? What happens if a yoghurt tries to take over the world? Sometimes an event is as basic as a lady fleeing from a murderer after witnessing a heinous crime.

Because the episodes are so short, you’ll be able to go through the entire series in no time. Love, Death, and Robots has some of the finest sci-fi thrills on Netflix; we only wish there were more of it.

3. The Crown

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The Crown was Netflix’s first major foray into a British prestige drama, the likes of which are usually reserved for the BBC. The show’s massive budget resulted in a sumptuous portrayal of Queen Elizabeth II’s life, initially performed by Claire Foy and most recently by Olivia Colman in season 3, with a fantastic ensemble cast to boot.

Even if you have conflicting views about the royal family in real life, this straightforward drama is certainly worth seeing.

4. The Queen’s Gambit

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This seven-episode miniseries was the greatest Netflix program of 2020 — and while chess may not seem thrilling, The Queen’s Gambit manages to weave it into a story of self-actualization, romance, and drug abuse. Anya Taylor-Joy plays Beth Harmon, an orphan who is taught to play chess by a brilliant janitor before taking on the male-dominated chess world. Essentially, her abilities provide her a somewhat better existence, but at a cost.

Even if you don’t know how to play chess, these competitive moments in The Queen’s Job are thrilling to watch, and Taylor-Joy does an excellent job of bringing to life a woman whose remarkable abilities conceal the reality that she’s always struggling with addiction. This adaptation, based on the novel of the same name, has Scott Frank as one of its co-creators, who previously created another of Netflix’s greatest programs, the Western drama Godless.

5. Dark

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Dark is a complex, time-travel-infused program that, once you’ve given it a chance, is completely captivating. We recommend viewing all three seasons of this now-complete Netflix sci-fi program in one long session over a few weeks, just so you can keep track of what’s going on. We also recommend not reading too much about it: just go in and be astonished by how well-plotted and cast this German-language series is.

If you want to watch drama that’ll give your brain a workout then this is the best Netflix show to watch right now.

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