Top 10 Netflix shows you cannot afford to miss
Who can resist stepping into the fictional world where everything seems plausible and we get to experience an alternative universe. These shows come with a pinch of nostalgia, superficial beliefs, family drama, and the lives of the royal family. Fortunately, Netflix has covered the eras to reminisce about the halcyon days to be seen now
Here are the top ten shows which are too good to be missed:
This is a soap drama twisted with a murder mystery. Each young actor of the show has his own character to bear and unravel the mystery. The show swiftly flows throw the iconic character of Archie Comics. The story revolves around the mysterious death of Jason Blossom, a popular high school student who is also a member of the most powerful family in town. His friends explore the struggles of everyday life in a small town whilst taking on the haunting case of Jason. During the process, friends come closer and grow apart as well as each of their secrets which were buried deep beneath the surface of their hometown comes into the limelight.
2. Sex Education
This show is busting myths around the topics that people are often uncomfortable talking about.It has provided an open space for teenagers to talk, walk and discuss the various issues one islikely to face in their adolescence. With the beautiful crew on board, the show has opted for athoughtful route where the therapist somewhat unwittingly parlays his secondhand sexualknowledge into a successful business counselling to fellow students.
3. The Crown
The Crown is a well-made award-winning show that showcases Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philipand the politics of the royal family of England. The show still catches the attention of the massesas its costumes, sets and storyline is on point juxtaposing their political beliefs. This show wasone of the most expensive productions of 2020 in Hollywood. As the show narrates stories fromthe geopolitical shifts that have characterized Elizabeth long reign, they subtly touch upon everycharacter and decision that has lead them to build a monarchy in the world while forging arelationship with then Prime Minister Winston Churchill.
4. Schitt’s Creek
This is one cheesy and wholesome show that hovers around human emotions and their ability tochange with time. Ahead of its time, this show openly accepts the third gender and let thecharacters construct their life. Each protagonist has a character of its own, which is very differentfrom the life that the family had lived previously. As they start forming relations with thetownspeople, their own ideas about ambition, family and life change dramatically. Also, keep aneye out for the hilarious costumes that these characters embody
Bridgerton series is a blend of Pride & Prejudice and Gossip Girl. Based on Julia Quinnshistorical romance novels series, the show revolves around a family of eight siblings and theirwidowed mother who are favoured among British society. During the show, each daughterstumbles upon a partner with whom they fell in love but eventually leads to complications intheir relations. One of the most exciting departures in the series is the racial integration of thenobility. As the characters dance around proclaiming what they want, their relationships withothers are affected accordingly
6. The Flash
So much on the line of being of a superhero movie, Barry Allen who is the protagonist of theseries is hit by the thunderstorm at night which enables him with the power of super speed,becoming the next Flash. He fights off crime in Central City and eventually finds S.T.A.R lab.During the course of the series, his character is shown to make a difference in the life of othersby himself going through threats. There is a presence of secret forces also which aids andmanipulate him for their own agenda.
7. Stranger Things
Not only does the show star iconic ’80s actress Winona Ryder, but it introduces a whole new castof kids viewers can’t help but fall in love with. It’s not hard to see why fans have taken sopassionately to “Stranger Things,” which borrows heavily from the era’s most beloved moviesfrom “E.T.” to “Stand By Me.” The more devoted viewers are tearing apart every scene, findingnew clues, and developing wild theories. But in case you’re a little behind or just plain don’t wantto watch all eight of the episodes so far (or maybe monster stories just scare you too much), Business Insider has created this quick recap of all the major plot points.
8. Gilmore Girls
This is such a light-headed yet inspirational series. The story revolves around a single motherand her daughter who are living in the fictional town of Stars Hollow. Each episode is filled withcolourful characters, who fill in and change the direction of the narrative through their ownpersonality and choices they make. The show’s social commentary manifests the difficultrelationship within the family members and how her profession is being impacted due to it. Thisis a must-watch for everyone who is looking for answers in empty spaces.
9. The Umbrella Academy
Interestingly, on the same day in 1989, forty-three infants are inexplicably born to random,unconnected women who showed no signs of pregnancy the day before. Seven are adopted by abillionaire industrialist, who creates The Umbrella Academy and prepares these children to savethe world. Since nothing is meant to go as per the plan, the family fractured and the teamdisbanded. Over the flow of episodes, the members of the estranged family begin to come apartdue to their divergent personalities and abilities, especially under the threat of a globalapocalypse.
10. House of Cards
This is a popular drama series about a ruthless congressman and his equally ambitious wife whonavigate the corridors of Washington in thirst for power. The plot of the series surfaces ruthless pragmatism, manipulation, betrayal, and cheating. This show has won more than eight GoldenGlobe Awards for its direction, cast and production.