If you are looking for the Top 10 Netflix series interesting enough to binge-watch this weekend, you are in the right place.
It’s challenging to choose something good to watch, especially from live streaming services like Netflix while going through countless reviews on IMDb.
So, to make your life easier (and hopefully save your time),
I’ve created the list of best Netflix shows for you to choose from and not necessarily released in 2019, some shows in the list are released in 2018 while some in 2017.
My favorite is number 5! What’s yours?
Here are my favorite top 10 Netflix series 2019 list:
IT’S MULTI-REALITY BRAIN MAGIC SHIT
Annie Landsberg and Owen Milgrim are one of many participants drawn into the later phases of a secret pharmaceutical experiment.
Every participant has a different purpose behind taking part in the test — she has depression and is aimless, but focused on broken relationships with her mom and sister.
While he has been suffering from schizophrenia for a long time.
At early stages, as an essential treatment, experimenters give subjects pills which, the inventor states that it can fix anything about the psyche.
It draws Annie, Owen, and 10 different subjects into a three-day drug trial test and they’re told that it will take care of most their issues, with no complications or symptoms.
Shockingly, things don’t go as arranged.
This one of the best drama Netflix series was rather exceptional in bringing on a funny 80s classy fantasy of retro-futurism.
Essentially, the atmosphere made the show.
Every one has been different. There were some special scenes, but some would gradually take you out of the show’s world.
Emma and Jonah performed well in the series. In her hallucinations, Emma easily moves through the different characters she plays.
Released in 2018, but still one of the best Netflix original series holding its position in 2019.
show manages to offer great nostalgic entertainment for people who grew up in the early to mid-1980s and love movies like E.T., Poltergeist, and other classics.
Joyce Byers, who lives in a tiny Indiana town in 1983, inspired by a period when tales of science fiction entertained audiences.
When Joyce’s 12-year-old son, Will, goes missing, she launches an investigation into his disappearance with local police authorities.
They discover a series of uncommon mysteries as they search for answers, involving secret government experiments, unsettling supernatural entities, and a strange little girl.
Stranger Things has tons of mystery with a blend of 90s nostalgia and horror-humor genre.
The direction of the plot and it’s playing out a clear and concise narrative with a lot of unanswered questions and then telling all of its pieces, giving us enough clues to make feel satisfied, but holding us back enough to keep the ball rolling.
Its third season is about to be released soon now released four years ago, but this TV series still holds the ninth position in our list.
rich and convincing Netflix TV show of strangely high caliber. A lavish treat for grown-up watchers
England is a blend of sadness and pleasure in 1919 in the consequence of the First World War.
Returning soldiers, communists, and groups of hoodlums are battling for survival in a country shaken by financial trouble.
A standout amongst the most dominant gangs of the time is the Peaky Blinders, kept running by returning war legend Thomas Shelby and his family.
Thomas has greater goals than running the streets.
At the point when a case of firearms disappears,
He perceives a chance to progress in the world since wrongdoings may pay, however authentic business pays better.
Attempting to free Britain of its criminals is Inspector Chester Campbell, who lands from Belfast to accomplish that aim, and things go bad between two of them.
Personally, I think this show is best series to watch on Netflix, which was released in 2014 on BBC Two, but still holds the eighth spot in our best TV shows countdown.
Peaky Blinders’ very first scenes, let watchers know they’re in for a feast, as serious-faced Shelby marches through the dull avenues of mid-twentieth century Birmingham on a black horse.
A thought comes to mind,
Does he want to murder someone?
Is he looking for a rival or his love? Is he about to wreak havoc on what looks like a rough urban area?
Nope. He’s doing some superstitious activity, paying to have a spell cast on his horse so he’ll win the horse-race tomorrow.
Does our protagonist Shelby really believe this spell will make his horse a winner? Nah. He just wants to attract more betting customers towards his horse.
Peaky Blinders is loaded with scenes like this, which zigs when you expect something and take the drama to a sudden new way.
07.When they see us
strikes the right chord, portraying the relentlessness of a Not-so-Perfect justice system
When They See Us is a TV Netflix drama series of how police capture five young men, indicted they arrest them and for raping and,
nearly pounding the life out of Trisha Meili–“the Central Park jogger”–a young white lady Cops discover her ambushed body that same night these people are busted.
All the underlying signs point to a single attacker having dragged her away from the way into the bushes & there is little evidence against those people.
Yet, when the leader of the DA’s sex wrongdoings unit, Linda Fairstein, hears that they have captured some people somewhere else in the park, a new narrative began to frame.
Police names their night as frenzy, the young men as creatures moving in a pack, hellbent on killing people.
Similarly, as with the early foundation of the young men’s ordinariness, Fairstein and her team are never expressly marked as a racist.
Their preference is basically implanted in each supposition, an inferred understanding among all the white grown-ups that the young men are the undeniable suspects, that they must have done it.
Fairstein inhales convictions like air and show rotates around it.
With When They See Us, Director is telling an important story, bringing one of New York City’s most infamous cases of wrongful conviction to life.
The four-episode series of DuVernay is a darkly-filmed story that sometimes feels like a drama in the courtroom and alternates expertly between tense, moving and sometimes lighter-hearted moments.
06.The Umbrella Academy
The story many mysteries and conflict made it highly engaging, with many unexpected turns
On one day in 1989, 43 newborn children were mysteriously born at random, to unconnected ladies who hinted at no signs of pregnancy before.
Seven of them are in the foster home of billionaire Sir Reginald Hargreaves, who makes the Umbrella Academy and prepares his “children” to save the world.
During their adolescent years, however, the family breaks and the group scatters.
Quick forward to the present, when the six living individuals from the team rejoin upon the news of Hargreaves’ passing.
They cooperate to tackle a puzzle encompassing their dad’s mysterious death.
But their different personalities and abilities again pull the already estranged family apart, and a global apocalypse is another imminent threat.
The series, based on the collection of comic books made and written by My Chemical Romance lead artist Gerard Way.
The Umbrella Academy holds the sixth position in our Top 10 Netflix series for a specific reason and that in one word is “Twist”
As someone who likes superhero films, but doesn’t read the comics, this show was (almost) all I hoped for.
Yes, it’s predictable, and yes, it’s comparable to a lot of other superhero TV series playing out there.
However, I will say two twists took me by full surprise for every twist I predicted. It’s been an action-packed, wacky, funny, and mysterious, and, just straight-up weird Netflix show.
Still, I was eagerly awaiting the next episode for answers to the curious questions that after each new episode seemed to pile up.
05.The Haunting of Hill House
A good dash of traditional horror & mystery
Dr. James Montague is studying paranormal aspects scientifically. His latest project is researching the bleak Hill House — whose residents have encountered morbid and often untimely deaths over the 80 years since it was built.
He intends to collect individuals who have had psychic experiences for his research;
Two people agree, a young girl who has been taking care of her invalid mom over the past several years, and Theodora, a lively artist.
Luke, the son of Hill House’s present owner, accompanies Dr. Montague and an eccentric and elderly couple — a Mr. and Mrs. Dudley — who serve the house as caretakers.
The group initially has a good enough time for themselves with the food, huge house, and its surrounding woods. But things go catastrophically wrong quickly.
The only horror genre in our top 10 Netflix TV series list worth mentioning.
It requires only one hour, potentially two, to ping pong between dual timelines — flashback mode and present time — to get a sense of what’s really going on here.
Speaking of horror, viewers should come for the jump scares and varying bits of creepiness.
Insects crawling out of mouth corpses drastically rising from slabs, spirits ranging from fairly young stuff to ancient crones rotted, suddenly gaping mouths and melting faces — all present and accounted for.
light-hearted comedy if you love movies like american pie
Socially awkward high school student Otis may not have much knowledge in the lovemaking department.
But he gets good guidance on the topic in his personal sex-ed course living with mom Jean, who is a sex therapist.
Being surrounded by manuals, videos and tediously open conversations about sex, Otis becomes an unwilling expert on the subject.
When his classmates learn about his home life, Otis uses his insider knowledge to improve his status at school.
So he teams up with whip-smart bad girl Maeve Wiley to set up a clinic for underground sex therapy to figure out how to deal with the issues of their classmates.
But through his teenage sexuality research, Otis understands he might need some of his treatment.
I had one big problem with sex education: director did not display a British secondary school as it was supposed to be in sex education.
It feels more like an American high school, but the plot is set to be in Britain.
Nevertheless, The mixture of sexual humor and the friendliness of the show reflects the tradition of likewise mixed teen comedies from American Pie to Netflix’s Big Mouth.
Unlike by your expectations, this show is focused foremost, on relationships between parents and children, best friends, older and younger generations, and young individuals who fall in love and out of love.
Overall, good and lighthearted original drama series if you love teen comedy
twisted it into something darker, and at least makes you think that’s what you are watching.
A young lady named Nadia is on a visit to be a guest at a party.
But she is caught in a strange time loop because she repeatedly attends the same event and dies every time at night — only to wake up uninjured the next day as if nothing had happened.
Nadia attempts to find out what’s going on with her and discovers,
Then she discovers that she has to appreciate her own life enough to want to save someone else’s, and Alan (who is also stuck in the loop with her) has to do the same.
Together they are repeating her birthday party and their death after-party in a time-loop, in an endless repeat of the same day.
Both at first refuse to accept their new reality: Her friends & family beg her to be acknowledged, but she doesn’t do it, she does whatever she wants.
As she tries to find a way out of this strange time loop, the situation loop becomes more complicated.
Russian Doll may be the best thing that Netflix has ever made,
It skillfully tackles some heavy subjects with a proper blend of shades in humor & emotions.
While watching this web series you’ll likely go from stomach aching laughter to tears of very relatable heartbreak in every episode.
You could attempt to kick back and appreciate the zippy jokes and the agonizingly hip soundtrack.
Regarding my opinion, Russian Doll is the best Netflix original series 2019.
If you are interested in behaviour, psychology and how the criminal mind thinks then I highly recommend watching this
FBI agents Holden Ford (Jonathan Groff) and Bill Tench (Holt McCallany) travel around the U.S. to interview and monitor serial killers.
They are eventually joined by Wendy Carr (Anna Torv), a Boston University psychology teacher who helps them create a system to categorize the murderers and probably predict future behaviors.
Interviewing criminals who are known serial killers by the investigators to know how they think and profile them in such a manner that they will describe a serial killer in the future.
This is their primary goal and they go about teaching about these serial killers to the others in the nation.
Both of them begin to profile them by speaking to them in the prisons in which they are being kept.
The show gradually evolves and develops for you, and by exploring the psychology they have also beautifully shown how the Quantico agents coin the word “serial killers” for the very first time.
It’s worth watching, Mindhunter is one of the most artistic, meaningful series on Netflix.
It has none of the cheap, dull quality of the many characteristics of the streaming service, nor does it deal with the traveling, wheel-spinning storytelling of some famous names that are more appropriate as premises than real shows.
It works well as an intense, intellectual crime procedural and it do have all qualities to be on the top spot of this Top 10 list but there is an another show to hold the title for best Netflix Original series.
01.Better Call Saul
Breaking Bad-Walter White & Jesse+New Characters+Humor=Better Call Saul
Better Call Saul pursues the life of the character Saul Goodman starting around six years before the events of Breaking Bad.
In 2002, Goodman, known as James McGill, is an ex-conman attempting to pursue a genuine profession as a hopeful legal counselor in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
He tries to turn into a partner in the law office in which his more established brother Chuck McGill is a senior accomplice.
Jimmy’s (Saul’s) work is as often as possible dominated by his past reputation of a con man, and he battles to figure out how to substantiate himself,
Even with the help of another co-worker in the firm, Kim Wexler, with whom he additionally turns out to be romantically involved.
In the meantime, Jimmy every now and again deals with Chuck, who professes to have a skin disease,
A condition that makes him physically sick within the sight of anything with an electrical segment and has made him take an all-inclusive leave from his firm and customary law work.
Mixed within Saul’s activities are the earlier chronicles of other Breaking Bad characters, including
Mike Ehrmantraut, an ex-cop who winds up associated with illicit drugs dealing plans,
and drug lords like Hector Salamanca and Gus Fring, who distribute drugs illegally brought to the territory from Mexico.
This choice on the no.1 spot in our top 10 Netflix series list was easy for me and I find it very hard exactly what to say about this another Vince Gilligan’s masterpiece
If you are a fan of super-hit Breaking Bad, you surely should not miss Better Call Saul.
It follows the same style of storytelling, despite being a spin-off, it stands out with a unique story-line which provides the origin stories of all the people that orbited Walter White.
Some honorable mentions,
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I just watched first season of The Umbrella Academy..Awesome show with lot of comedy & suspense
Have you watched The Witcher yet on Netflix? Most of the actors are great. Although Henry Cavill is especially good. What do you think of his version of Geralt? I think though that I like the Mandalorian a little better than The Witcher though if I’m being honest. Which one did you like more?