Amazing TV Shows
The streaming era has offered us a multitude of amazing TV shows, but it can be difficult to know where to begin when seeking for something to watch. There are a million various services, and each of them is attempting to give you programs that will captivate you. Fortunately, we’ve already completed the difficult task so that you don’t have to.
We’ve curated a selection of the finest Netflix shows currently available for streaming so that you can spend more time binge-watching and less time browsing.
1. Breaking Bad
The actual question is how long Walter White (Bryan Cranston), a high school chemistry teacher in Albuquerque, has to live when he is diagnosed with terminal cancer. Breaking Bad follows this teacher as he is motivated by his talents and his need to care for his family to become one of the most influential figures in the underground methamphetamine trade.
2. The Queen’s Gambit
The Queen’s Gambit is one of the most popular limited series on Netflix and also one of the greatest. Beth Harmon (Anya Taylor-Joy), an introvert who was orphaned at age nine, discovers her love and unexpected skill of chess courtesy to an orphanage cleaner. After becoming a young prodigy, she defies gender stereotypes and defeats grandmasters. On her path to the top, though, she fights with alcoholism and substance abuse.
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3. Squid Game
A truly international hit, Squid Game is a gloomy story that was originally written in Korean but has English dubs. With the promise of a substantial sum of money for the victor, a group of strangers compete in a series of children’s games with a lethal twist, only one of whom will survive.
4. Peaky Blinders
Extremely well-acted and frighteningly violent, Peaky Blinders is a period crime drama largely based on the Shelby crime family. Shortly after World War I, the Shelbys, a famed Irish crime family, penetrated and uprooted high-class society at the height of its wealth and magnificence. Tommy Shelby (Cillian Murphy), the commander of Peaky Blinders, must establish and retain his position through the use of intimidation and cruelty. Disclaimer though, this isn’t an appropriate show for children.
5. The Crown
In a dramatic depiction of the royal family’s history, we learn how they dealt with the political and personal upheaval that surrounded them, with historical facts added for emphasis. The Crown is ultimately about what it means to be a king in an era in which the title is primarily ceremonial, as portrayed by a stellar cast and executed in brilliant fashion. Queen Elizabeth’s power is in her inaction, and yet the performance remains enthralling.